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Adalimumab - I am a male who has been on Humira for about four years. I was told that my wife and I?

Posted 13 Nov 2016 by Shaun3663 1 answer

... will not be able to have children while I am taking Humira as it will cause a miscarriage. Is this true? If so is this permanent ?

Adalimumab - Is there help for those on a fixed income with getting Humira?

Posted 31 Aug 2016 by punfun123 2 answers

I have been off Humira since the first of this year because of my medical insurance changed. My current rheumatologist has increased my dosage of metrotrexate to .8 ml. At this time she is requesting I go back on Humira but I can not afford it. Is there help for people like me? Please advise. ...

Can Cetirizina Bexal be taken with methotrexate/folic acid/adalimumab (Humira)?

Posted 22 Sep 2015 by mistyjay 1 answer

Cetirizina has been provided by the pharmacist as an anti histamine due to problems with mosquito bites. I provided details of the drugs I am prescribed for RA - matrex & folic acid 10 mg each once per week and Humira 40g injected biweekly but she didn't seem too knowledgeable on Humira. ...

How is Humira made?

Posted 16 Jun 2011 by kristos 1 answer

Is it made from genetic material such as DNA? Is it genetically modified material? Is it made from blood products? Has anyone been successfully treated for Wegener's granulomatosis with it. Has anyone got a better medication. Thank you from Chris.

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