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Doctor insights on: Will Humira Immunotherapy Persons

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Dr. Michael Palumbo
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Immunotherapy (Definition)

Encompasses subcutaneous, patch or sublingual treatment with increasing amounts of specific allergen. Used for allergic rhinitis, allergic asthma, and hymenoptera hypersensitivity (and in ongoing trials for food allergy). Specific IgE-mediated disease must be proven. Indications are lack of symptom control despite medication/avoidance, reduce risk of anaphylaxis, or ...Read more


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Does Humira (adalimumab) cause Lupus ?

Never heard of it: I can't think of a mechanism wherein Humira (adalimumab) would lead to Lupus. However it is usually used to treat autoimmune disorders and those who already have an autoimmune disease are at risk to develop another as the result of impaired immune regulation ...Read more

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Will humira (adalimumab) make knees swell?

Unlikely: I suspect the reason that you're taking the Humira (adalimumab) is why the knees swell. It may be that you need to switch from the hmira every other week to a shorter interval perhaps every 10 days. You need to discuss with your physician who is giving you the humira, (adalimumab) your underlying diagnosis. ...Read more

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Can i take humira (adalimumab) if pregnant?

Recent study...: From england posted results of 1000 women taking Humira (adalimumab) or like drug. The incidence of birth defects was not increased! ...Read more

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Can you chew tobacco while on humira (adalimumab)?

No: I would not recommend chewing tobacco with or without humira (adalimumab). It would be best if you stop this habit immediately. The long-term health risks are something you'll discover 30 years from now. Please stop. ...Read more

Dr. Robert Lowe
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Adalimumab (Definition)

Adalimumab is an arthritis therapy which is a ...Read more


Dr. Robert Lowe
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Humira (Definition)

Humira is an arthritis therapy which is a ...Read more