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Seeking Advice on Adalimumab for Mild Crohn's

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Hello everyone,

I've recently been recommended Adalimumab by my gastroenterologist to manage my mild Crohn's disease. While I understand the potential benefits, I'm quite concerned about the side effects, particularly the risk of frequent illness.

I would love to hear from anyone who has personal experience with Adalimumab. Specifically, I'm interested in:

  1. Side Effects: What side effects have you experienced, and how have you managed them?
  2. Frequency of Illness: Have you found that you're getting ill more often since starting Adalimumab? If so, how do you cope with this?
  3. Overall Experience: Has Adalimumab significantly improved your quality of life and symptoms of Crohn's?

Any insights, tips, or personal stories would be greatly appreciated. I'm trying to weigh the pros and cons before making a decision, and your experiences could really help.

Thanks in advance for your advice and support!


   
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