I hope you are feeling better. After reading your post I remembered reading some information in the Humira side effects that came to mind. It states to notify your doctor if you experience any numbness or tingling or have ever had a disease that affects your nervous system (like multiple sclerosis). I am just not sure if it is exclusive to Multiple sclerosis or any nervous system problem.
You may want to inquire about the Humira.
Hope you get the help you need.
Wow Curly, sorry to hear what's going on with you! Shingles can be painful and take a very long time to recover from. I wonder if some of what you are experiencing is a result of having the shingles.
I wanted to input that while I was on Remicade, a few months in to treatment, I started having problems with numbness in my arms. Really bad. I'd wake up and it would be so painful (numb painful, I don't get it.) It was hard to get them to stop being numb and afterwards, they would just hurt. I would also get numb arms and hands if I had a coughing attack. This problem very slowly dissapated after I stoopped Remicade - it was strange.
Good luck and I hope you can recover from the shingles quickly to get back on some treatment.