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    lotsapain711 posted:
    I have rhuem. arthritis and am taking Cymbalta and Lyrica. I have a lot of swelling in my knees and hands, aching feet, and am constantly tired. A friend of mine is taking the Humira injections and I was thinking about asking my doctor if it would be an option for me. Does anyone know about the benefits and side affects of this drug?
    atti_editor responded:
    Hi lotsapain711,

    While I have no personal experience taking Humira injections, here is what our Drugs and Medications Center has to say about its potential side effects, precautions and interactions. You can also read what other WebMD users who have used Humira injections have to say in the drug's reviews here .

    Best wishes,

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