Cimzia sounds like a better choice. Shots aren't supposed to be painful like Humira ones. Some recent research evidence suggests less chance of problems due to Remicade antibodies if you go with Cimzia over Humira.
Sorry it didn't work out.
I know there's concerns about the small increase in cancer risk, but you might want to talk to GI about adding an immune modulator (6-MP or MTX) to try to prevent antibodies with new med. That's assuming you can tolerate those meds of course.
son now 15, dx CD age 10; current meds: MTX and omeprazole; previous tmts: pred, 6-MP, Humira, entocort, GMCS, exclusive enteral feeds, pentasa, mesalamine enemas, cipro, flagyl, many topical treatments for perianal disease
sister, late 40's, short bowel syndrome, TPN w/lipids and vits, severe malabsorption, poor fluid retention, severe complications from malabsorption including retinal damage.