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I have several Enbrel pre-filled syringes that weren't refrigerated for 7 days during a vacation I had. I came back and realized that the fridge door was broken and was opened a few inches and wasn't cold at all. The location I live in was about 70-75 degrees room temperature at the time. I then taped the fridge door closed and it became cold again until the door could be fixed by a repairman permanently. Does anyone have experience with anything similar? The doctor's office said they would be able to get the manufacturer to replace a few of them free of charge. However, I'm wondering if the remaining syringes would actually be harmful to my body or just partially or entirely ineffective.


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Replace them. I think they would be ineffective at worst but why risk it


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Call the pharmacy that supplied them or call the Enbrel folks. Seems like my rheumy told me that Humira lasted a couple of weeks without refrigeration, but in any case, it might be salvageable. But talk to the professionals before deciding to throw it out.


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