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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I have using Humera injections for the last two years

I have using Humera injections for the last two years and my physician just changed it to Entivio. I had my first infusion two days ago. I also had a flue vaccine (dead virus shot) 5days ago. My throat feels stiff and glands feel sensitive and swollen. I'm having a difficult time reaching my physician. How concerned should I be or is this normal?
Sun, 4 Nov 2018
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