Enbrel (Etanercept)

Type: drug type
Product: Enbrel 4 Vials Pack (Local Pick Up Only)
Manufacturer: Amgen
Country: Canada
Dosage: 25 mg
Qty: 1
USD $871.99
Type: drug type
Product: Enbrel 4 Prefilled Syringes (Local Pick Up Only)
Manufacturer: Amgen
Country: Canada
Dosage: 50 mg/ml
Qty: 1
USD $1722.99

Enbrel Information

Do you need to fill a prescription for Enbrel or other Arthritis & Anti-inflammatory Medications? Great! You can get them right here at Canada Pharmacy Online. We currently carry the brand name medication of Enbrel from Canada manufactured by Amgen. The generic name for the active ingredient in Enbrel is Etanercept, but we do not currently carry a generic equivalent at this time. Enbrel is available in the strength of 25mg and 50mg/ml injectables. Enbrel is available for LOCAL PICK UP ONLY.

Product Details

Enbrel is a tumor necrosis factor (TNF) blocker that works by decreasing TNF protein production in people with autoimmune disorders. TNF is ordinarily produced by the immune system when trying to fight off infections, but in people with autoimmune disorders, their immune system produces too much, which then mistakenly attacks healthy cells. It can treat rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, and prevent joint damage caused by these conditions. It is also used to treat polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis in children over the age of two and plaque psoriasis in adults and children over four.

The common side effects of Enbrel includes: pain, swelling, itching, redness at injection site, headache, cold symptoms (stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat).

The more serious side effects may include:

• Blood problems
• Lupus-like symptoms
• Nerve problems
• New or worsening psoriasis
• Signs of allergic reaction
• Signs of heart failure
• Signs of infection
• Signs of lymphoma
• Signs of tuberculosis

You should not take Enbrel if you are allergic to Etanercept, or if you have a severe infection, like sepsis. Before you start taking Enbrel, talk to your doctor about your medical history and about all the medications you currently take including OTC and herbal medications.

This medication can cause harm to an unborn or nursing baby. You should not use this medication while you are pregnant or nursing. Talk to your doctor about the risks.


Be sure to take Enbrel exactly as your doctor describes for you. Follow all instructions that come with your medication. Be sure to have your doctor perform testing to ensure you do not have an active infection.

Enbrel is injected under the skin. You might be shown how to administer this medication at home. Do not give the medication to yourself until you have been shown how to administer and properly dispose of the needles and syringes.

Your doctor will show you the best place to inject this medication on your body. Do not inject the same place twice in a row and avoid injecting into skin that’s bruised, tender, red, or hard.

Each prefilled syringe or injection pen is a single use-dose. Throw away after its use, even if there appears to be more medicine.

Store Enbrel in its original container in the refrigerator, but do not freeze. If your Enbrel needs to be mixed with a diluent, store in the refrigerator and use within 14 days. If the medication reaches room temperature, you should not put it back in the refrigerator.

There can be interactions between Enbrel and other medications. In particular, abatacept, anakinra, cyclophosphamide, insulin, or other oral diabetes medications. Talk to your doctor before you use other medications while on Enbrel.

Using Enbrel can increase your risk of developing certain cancers. As your doctor about your risk.

This medication can weaken your immune system, leaving you open to serious or even fatal infections. Be sure to talk to your doctor right away if you spot any signs of infection.

To ensure this medication is right for you, be sure to tell your doctor if any of the following conditions apply to you:

• A recurring infection of any kind
• Allergy to latex rubber
• Asthma or other breathing disorder
• Congestive heart failure
• Diabetes
• Epilepsy
• Hepatitis B
• History of nerve disorder
• If you are scheduled to receive any vaccine or recently were vaccinated with BCG
• Open cuts or sores
• Symptoms of active infection
• Tuberculosis
• Weak immune system

Questions and Answers

1. Should my child avoid vaccinations if they will be on Enbrel?
Answer: It is best to have all children current on their childhood immunizations before starting treatment with Enbrel. After treatment has begun, it is best to talk to your doctor about the risks of vaccinations while on this medication. Your child should not receive a “live” vaccine while using Enbrel.

2. I am going to be having surgery soon. Do I need to tell the surgeon I’m on Enbrel?
Answer: Yes, you should talk to your doctor that you are taking Enbrel so you can develop a plan on how to proceed. You may need to stop taking Enbrel for a certain time before or after your surgery.

3. Can this medication cause cancer?
Answer: No, Enbrel itself does not cause cancer, but it can leave you vulnerable to developing certain types of cancer, including a rare version of lymphoma. This has happened with certain young adults using Enbrel or other similar drugs to treat Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.

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