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Kelly Says:
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On my last cycle of Ivf I had 4 lots of humira (one injection every two weeks for two months only) this is what gave me my little boy as my immune system used to prevent me carrying children. When I was given humira I didn't question it or do any research or anything I wanted a child that much I was prepared to do or take anything the doctor said!
However I am wanting to do Ivf again but now I have my little boy I'm scared to death to take humira with everything I have read :( is it still risky if I'm only taking it for 2 months? All different types of cancer run in both sides of my immediate family and I have cancer anxiety also :( but I really want another baby too :( is it only a risk if your on it long term?



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