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Hulio is prescription injection for rheumatoid arthritis pain relief and psoriatic arthritis treatment, plus for treating Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. It may also be prescribed for ankylosing spondylitis if patients are not responding well to other more standard medications and can be indicated for treatment of plaque psoriasis too. Hulio is in the TNF (tumor necrosis factor) blocker class of medications and it works by blocking the production of TNF-alpha to reduce inflammation of joints and skin. In rarer instances a doctor may recommend it for a patient who has uveitis of the eye.
You can buy Hulio Adalimumab with a prescription, and your best Adalimumab price will be when you order medication online from Canada and Canpharm.
Your Hulio pens will be pre-filled with doses based on what is written in your prescription. Injections are to be made under the skin of the front of your thighs or stomach.
Rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, or ankylosing spondylitis: Recommended dosage is one 40mg injection every other week (twice a month)
Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. Recommended dosage is an initial dose of a 160mg injection taken once a week, and then and 80mg injection 2 weeks after the larger initial dose. For the next 4 weeks the dosage should be a 40mg injection taken 1x every second week.
Psoriasis or uveitis: Recommended dosage is an initial dose of an 80mg injection, followed by a 40mg injection every other week beginning 1 week after the initial dose
Children under 2 years of age will have their dosage regulations halved if they are being treated for uveitis
Children over 2 years of age will take a 20mg injection every other week if they weigh between 10 and 30kg. Those who weigh 30mg or more will want to take a 40mg injection every other week (twice a month)
The active ingredient in Hulio is Adalimumab
Do not exceed dosage regulations; if medication is not working as effectively as expected you should meet with your doctor again
Never take a double dose to make up for a missed dose
Tell your doctor if you have had any recent infections like sepsis, tuberculosis, or have a long-term weakened immune system before starting on Hulio
Medication should be stored in a refrigerator at between 2 and 8 degrees Celsius (35 to 46.4 F) and never exposed to light for a prolonged time
Keep out of reach of children
Pen or pre-filled syringe may be stored at room temperature for up to 14 days (2 weeks) but any time longer than that and these must be discarded
There is the possibility of negative drug interactions between Hulio and other Rx medications, including abatacept / anakinra / azathioprine / baricitinib / belimumab / certolizumab / cladribine / cyclosporine / denosumab / etanercept / fingolimod / golimumab / hushart / infliximab / leflunomide / mercaptopurine / natalizumab / ozanimod / rituximab / roflumilast / sarilumab / siponimod / tacrolimus / thioguanine / tocilizumab / tofacitinib / upadacitinib / vedolizumab / warfarin
Tell your doctor of all medications you are currently taking before receiving and prescription and proceeding to buy Hulio Adalimumab online.
Adalimumab side effects are uncommon, but some users may experience injection site reactions, headache, nausea, skin rash, tiredness, upper respiratory infections, weakness, or worsening appearance for scars. If Adalimumab side effects are experienced you may want to discontinue use and speak to your doctor again about how different treatment approaches for rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis or ulcerative colitis.