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Adalimumab (Humira�) is the third TNF antagonist (after infliximab and etanercept) to be approved in the US. Like infliximab and etanercept, adalimumab binds to TNFα, preventing it from activating TNF receptors; adalimumab was constructed from a fully human monoclonal antibody, while infliximab is a mouse-human chim... more at Wikipedia

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Overall, 73% (848 Members) find Humira helpful

Humira Reviews

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It took away my hand movement problems, but, because it lowers one's immune system, I believe it was a factor in contracting a very painful case of Shingles. The immunity side effect in general bothered me.
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Changed my life until I had an allergic reaction....
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Worked for 12 months,then suddenly stopped working. Gained weight whilst on Humira.
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currently on
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It helps with the gential sores and I find that I do not have as many flare ups as I do when I am on it or the flare ups dont last as long.
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Humira was an extremely good decision. I havent had a flareup in nearly 3 years. The only downside to this drug is that it can affect your immune system and cause fungal problems
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worked until it didn't anymore. Took it for a while. the shot didn't hurt too bad. we started this one because it was safe to become pregnant on this one.
Working great so far
Working great so far 7 months now.
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It worked great until I got a sinus infection. When I went off of it for a month and went back on it lost all effectiveness.
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