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A healthcare provider may prescribe Humira® (adalimumab) to treat certain inflammatory conditions affecting the joints, spine, or digestive system. A few of these conditions include ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, and Crohn's disease. The medication comes in the form of an injection and is administered just under the skin, usually once a week or every other week.
The medication comes in the form of an injection. Your healthcare provider may give you the injections or you can give your own injections at home (if you feel comfortable doing so). Possible side effects of Humira include nausea, headaches, and pain at the injection site. Although it is possible to take too much Humira, the exact effects of an overdose are not known. However, in small studies, people who took large doses of the drug did not have any problems.
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