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#511412 - 06/16/15 02:26 PM Humira and sun exposure
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Has anyone else experienced sun sensitivity to any of these drugs? Ever since I started taking humira once a week, I seem to burn really easy. Even while driving the car or just standing outside for less than 20 min.
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#511417 - 06/16/15 11:45 PM Re: Humira and sun exposure [Re: Jasonpaul]
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My hubby gives himself humira shots every two weeks and works outside here in AZ where the sun is always shining. He wears sunscreen and carries it with him to reapply, I hope that you do the same because many the side effect of many drugs is a sensitivity to sunlight (this is according to the dermatologist that we saw in May).

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