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Enbrel

Rx
/ 53,888 posts
Other Names: Etanercept

Humira

Rx
/ 95,971 posts
Other Names: Adalimumab
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Based on 53,888 patient discussions on healthcare websites and blogs
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Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Based on 95,971 patient discussions on healthcare websites and blogs
Learn more
Etanercept (trade name Enbrel) is a drug that treats autoimmune diseases by interfering with the tumor necrosis factor (TNF, a part of the immune system) by acting as a TNF inhibitor. Pfizer describes in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission fi... Read more on Wikipedia
Adalimumab (HUMIRA, Abbott) is the third TNF inhibitor, after infliximab and etanercept, to be approved in the United States. Like infliximab and etanercept, adalimumab binds to Tumor necrosis factor-alpha, preventing it from activating TNF receptors a... Read more on Wikipedia
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By mdep
July 10, 2014
mdep wrote
Humira side effects
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By CarrieO
June 19, 2014
CarrieO wrote
Humira Plunge
Hello Carrie I understand what you are going thru its not fun. I usually get very irritable after I inject myself for a day or 2. The medicine works great but has many side effects I think everyone is different. And I agree the medicine doesn't last the full 2 weeks. Im going to ask if I can either switch or see if Humira can be injected every week. Glad you read about doing the injection in ur belly much more comfortable. Good luck girl keep moving ~
mdep  |  July 10, 2014
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By denarachel
May 31, 2014
denarachel wrote
Humira affecting depakote levels
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By Marly
April 25, 2014
Marly wrote
Humira and Pink Eye
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By Linda Cooper
March 13, 2014
Linda Cooper wrote
Addition to previous comments
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By Linda Cooper
March 13, 2014
Linda Cooper wrote
Chrohn's disease
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By Mike
February 16, 2014
Mike wrote
Bentyl
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By Tanja H.
February 4, 2014
Tanja H. wrote
Dry Mouth/ Dry Eye
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By Ian
January 31, 2014
Ian wrote
Accredo Specialty Pharmacy & Humira
I just did my loading dose a few hours ago. The stress and discomfort was about what I expected..nothing over the top in any way! I truly believe that saying a prayer,following the directions and just 'doing i't is the way. There should not be excruciating pain...anything that I have read about that is just not accurate. Acredo was annoying at first. It has died down. We'll see when it comes to reorder time.
MaryBeth  |  June 8, 2014
I've had the same issues with them, I usually let them go to voice mail. After a few times not answering they've slowed down. Good luck with the Humira, I did my loading dose 3 weeks ago.
Sarah  |  May 17, 2014
I am having the same issues now with them.. One of my local pharmacies said they can take the prescription.. along with Walgreen just sending me a letter saying they now take my insurance for this Humira..I definitely would love for them to stop calling me also!! Thank god my phone is off ATM and I am just receiving the voicemails. Good Luck I am just starting my injections today! Keep me in your prayers and I will with you :-)
Melissa  |  May 10, 2014
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By HumiraJoe
January 28, 2014
HumiraJoe wrote
Humira and Alcohol
I have been on Humira for 4 years, and I have had some nights of moderate to heavy drinking without any side effect. Never blacked out.
Craig  |  April 10, 2014
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By Linda N
October 2, 2013
Linda N wrote
Xeljanz vs Humira
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By shirley been on simponi and methotrexate for 1yr.
August 18, 2013
shirley been on simponi and methotrexate for 1yr. wrote
simponi,
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By Cathy Campbell
August 10, 2013
Cathy Campbell wrote
Humira
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What patients are saying about Enbrel + Humira + Psoriasis

612 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
ago I switched to Humira which has been great! My psoriasis...
...doctor put me on Enbrel, which worked but did not clear up the psoriasis as we both would have liked, about a year ago I switched to Humira which has been great! My psoriasis has clear...
my miracle drug. Fortunately, I have had no side effects...
...to Remicade). Enbrel has been amazing for me so far. Much less pain/stiffness and psoriasis is clearing up nicely. I felt a difference within 24 hours of the first injection. It's proving to be my...
have to deal with ms symptoms such as dizziness...
...been taking enbrel and humira ...says that humira has caused this which I don't doubt! My psoriasis is in remission for 4 months now but unfortunately have to deal with ms symptoms such as dizzi...
for my psoriasis and PA. It too has been like a miracle...
...for my psoriasis and PA. It too has been like a miracle. I am and have been 99% clear! I hope everyone has the opportunity to consier either Enbrel or Humira! I am in year 2 and luckily had NO side...
She said that she preferred humera over enbrel because she...
...anybody tried humera for psoriasis? My doc was able to get approval from my insurance company for it. She said that she preferred humera over enbrel because she feels it works better for people w...
2 years for psoriasis but have now switched over to Humira...
...was using Enbrel for 2 years for psoriasis but have now switched over to Humira.  I have ...Also, the Enbrel worked really good for me for a long time however I started to get chronic URI's so I...
when i switched from Enbrel to Humira, however my body...
...exception. While on Enbrel, I was more susseptible to respiratory infections. At first the drug did a wonderful job, clearing me ...completely when i switched from Enbrel to Humira, however my b...
humira for my psoriasis and neither worked at all. Though...
...kind, I do have psoriasis (PPP probably). I was on enbrel then humira for my psoriasis and neither worked at all. Though I think ...working for my psoriasis. I don't know ...but do have pain ...
The Humira has done great on my PsA, though. Stamina...
...Simponi and was gone, or nearly gone. Last week, I started having the itching return on my elbows and had to give up and start the steroid cream again. Not sure if it's due to the Humira or a...
I currently have my second upper respiratory infection...
...none on the Humira although I currently have my second upper respiratory infection since June 1st ...noticeable improvement has been in my psoriasis, it is ...painful to use than the Enbrel t...
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