Cimzia kept my Crohn's in remission, but the first year I was on it, I was doing a clinical trial and getting twice the dose that is now FDA approved. Once it was available on the market and at half the dose, it didn't work as well. I had more stomach pain on it than I did on Humira and neither work for the arthritis, so I just switched back to Humira. It's not working this time around either. But, again, it did keep me in remission and the only side effects I had were injection site whelps and they aren't as bad as what I get on Humira. They were just white and raised on Cimzia...the ones from Humira get red and itchy sometimes.
Crohn's Disease with Arthritis, Non-Erosive Reflux Disease, Gastritis, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Endometriosis, Depression/Anxiety