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What if I can't afford Humira?

If you need help with the cost of your Humira (Adalimumab) there are many resources available. The best option is to seek Humira (Adalimumab) copay assistance. QuickRx has a specialized team that can help.

How can I know if I qualify for Humira (Adalimumab) Copay Assistance?

Get started by giving us a call or filling out the form on this page. We will contact you as soon as possible to ask a few questions and determine your qualification.

Is the Humira (Adalimumab) copay assistance program free?

Yes! Our Humira (Adalimumab) copay assistance program is 100% free for everyone. We will never charge any fees for helping you lower the cost of your copays. Fill out the form on this page to get started.

How can I access financial or copay assistance for Humira?

Humira can be expensive, and many patients seek financial assistance. There are patient assistance programs and co-pay cards to help reduce the cost of the medication. However, these programs can often be hard to identify and navigate. This is where QuickRx comes in. Our dedicated team will take care of all the hard parts for you. All you need to do to get started is fill out the form on this page or give us a call at (347) 691-3494

What is Humira, and what is it used for?

Humira, or Adalimumab, is a medication used to treat various autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, psoriasis, and more. It belongs to a class of drugs known as tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitors.

How is Humira administered?

Humira is typically administered as a subcutaneous injection. Patients can learn how to self-administer or receive injections from a healthcare professional.

How long does it take for Humira to start working?

The onset of Humira’s therapeutic effects can vary from person to person. Some individuals may experience improvement within a few weeks, while others may require several months of treatment to achieve optimal results.

What are the potential side effects of Humira?

Common side effects may include but are not limited to the following list. If you feel you are experiencing side effects contact your doctor right away.

  1. Injection Site Reactions: One of the most common side effects of Humira is mild pain, redness, swelling, or itching at the injection site. These reactions are generally temporary and resolve on their own.
  2. Headaches: Some individuals may experience mild to moderate headaches as a side effect of Humira. These headaches are usually manageable and tend to diminish over time.
  3. Upper Respiratory Infections: Humira may slightly increase the risk of upper respiratory infections like the common cold. It’s essential to practice good hygiene and seek prompt medical attention if symptoms persist.
  4. Rash: Skin reactions, such as rashes or hives, are possible side effects of Humira. If you notice unusual skin changes, consult your healthcare provider.
Are there any drug interactions with Humira?

Common Drug Interactions:

  1. Immunosuppressants: Combining Humira with other immunosuppressive medications, such as methotrexate or azathioprine, can increase the risk of infections. While this combination is sometimes used to enhance the drug’s effectiveness, it should be carefully monitored by a healthcare provider.
  2. Live Vaccines: Avoid receiving live vaccines while on Humira. Live vaccines contain weakened forms of viruses or bacteria and may not be as effective in individuals taking immunosuppressive medications.
  3. Biologic Agents: Using multiple biologic agents simultaneously, such as Humira and another TNF inhibitor, can lead to an increased risk of infections and should generally be avoided.
  4. Corticosteroids: The concurrent use of corticosteroids and Humira may increase the risk of certain side effects, including osteoporosis and hypertension. Healthcare providers often taper corticosteroid doses when starting Humira to minimize these risks.
  5. Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs): NSAIDs like ibuprofen or naproxen can increase the risk of gastrointestinal issues when used with Humira. It’s important to discuss their use with your healthcare provider, who can recommend alternatives or adjust your treatment plan if necessary.
  6. Anticoagulants: Some anticoagulant medications may interact with Humira, potentially increasing the risk of bleeding. Close monitoring and communication with your healthcare provider are essential when combining these treatments.
  7. Medications Metabolized by the Liver: Humira is not known to have a significant impact on liver enzymes, but it’s still advisable to inform your healthcare provider of any medications you take that are metabolized by the liver, as there may be potential interactions.
Is Humira a cure for autoimmune diseases?

No, Humira is not a cure for autoimmune diseases. It helps manage symptoms and control inflammation but does not eliminate the underlying causes of autoimmune conditions.

What happens if I overdose?

Seek emergency medical attention or call the Poison Help line immediately at 1-800-222-1222.