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Kay Says:


Can I do IPL laser treatments to my face if I take Humira?



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David Says:

Hi Kay,

According to the FDA, the only contraindication listed for this medication states that "patients with a known hypersensitivity to Humira or any of its components should not be taking it."

Ref: fda.gov/ohrms/dockets/ac/03/briefing/3930B1_02_B-Abbott-Humira%20Prescribing%20Info.pdf

However, in this case, if you think that certain side effects or mechanisms of Humira could potentially increase your risk of being overly sensitive to the laster treatments, I would just suggest talking to your dermatologist first before moving forward with the procedure.

I hope this helps!

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