For your domestic trip, the best thing to do would be talk to the airline and the airport(s) you'll be flying through. If there are special forms or whatever you'll want to get those taken care of ahead of time. I don't know what the rules are about coolers anymore, so you'll need to get that figured out, too. I would also get a letter from your doctor to take with you. And leave plenty of time to get through security. An awful lot of stuff is at the descretion of the screeners these days, so even if you've got everything they told you to have, you still might have to ask for a supervisor to get it passed through. Or, they may not even blink. Who knows anymore.
You might also want to check with the drug company- would sending Humira through an xray machine damage it in any way? If so, it will have to be hand screened.
It shouldn't be too hard to find people to explain what the security process will be. A lot more people are taking Humira these days- you can't turn on the TV anymore without seeing a commercial for it. I'm sure the airports and airlines deal with passengers flying with it and other injectable meds constantly.
I have flown with it several times....once on a FL to CA trip.
You need to have a copy of your prescription (the one that comes with your drugs from the pharmacy works) It needs to show your name and the drug info.
I usually pack it in a soft collaspable cooler with some blue ice bags. The airline rules do not apply to meds or the ice packs needed to carry them safely. Then once I have taken the injection I dump the blue ice and compress the cooler for packing. The first time I did this I got the low down from my airport security folks (Tampa International) and it worked just like they said....actually the security folks never even opened the cooler or looked at my script...they just looked at the x-ray...asked me if iy was medicine...I said yes and that was that.
Diagnosed w/ Crohn’s Disease March 2007 Started Humira June 2008 (have been on other cd meds)
Diagnosed w/ Fibromyalgia May 2007 on Soma and Lyrica