Humira 20 Mg

If you have juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, a healthcare provider may prescribe 20 mg of Humira® (adalimumab) every other week. This medication also is used for treating a variety of inflammatory conditions that affect the joints, spine, or digestive system. The amount of this drug you are prescribed will vary, depending on several factors, such as the medical condition being treated and other medications you are taking.
 
Humira comes in the form of an injection and is typically given once a week or every other week. The injection is given just under the skin (subcutaneously) and can be administered by a healthcare provider, or you can give yourself the injections at home. If you will be giving your own Humira injections, your healthcare provider should show you exactly how to inject the medicine.
 
(Click Humira Dosage for more details on when and how to take this medication. This article discusses the dosing guidelines for 20-mg Humira injections and provides tips on how to take each dose safely and effectively.)
 
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