has anyone had a bad time on the injections, i am 31yrs and in a lot of pain
14 Mar 2013
I've been taking Humira for RA for about 12 years. I find the injection to be very painful when the drug is administered only for a few minutes but there is no lasting affect. I also alternate places where I administer the drug. Humira has put my moderate arthritis in remission and I can walk, hike, play tennis but remembering that I do have this disease and I know my limits.
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