Doing Injections at Home

Before you dive right in, start by talking to your doctor. You or a caregiver will need to receive training at the doctor’s office on how to inject CIMZIA. This can feel like a big step, but breathe—you’ve got this!

If you ever need a refresher, we’ve got you covered. You can either refer to the Instructions for Use booklet or check out the video below.

CIMplicity®*can help you stick with it

When it comes to staying on track with CIMZIA, CIMplicity can help! With access to resources like nurse support, injection training, and navigating insurance, you can find support every step of the way.

Prefilled syringe designed for comfort and control in partnership with OXO Good Grips®

Important Safety Information: Allergic
reactions may occur. Signs of an allergic
reaction include a skin rash; swelling or
itching of the face, tongue, lips or throat; or
trouble breathing.

How to store your CIMZIA syringes

If you self-inject your medication, you should receive it in a large package with ice packs that keep the contents cool. Remove the medication from the outer packaging and store it in the refrigerator in its original carton at 36° to 46°F (2° to 8°C) until you are ready to self-inject. Allow the syringe to warm to room temperature before administration. Protect CIMZIA from light. Do not put CIMZIA in the freezer; it should never be frozen.

When necessary, CIMZIA syringes may be stored at room temperature up to 77°F (25°C) in the original carton to protect from light for a single period of up to 7 days. Once a CIMZIA syringe has been stored at room temperature, do not place it back in the refrigerator. Write the date removed from the refrigerator in the space provided on the carton and discard if not used within the 7-day period. For more about proper disposal of your syringes, visit

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CIMZIA product packaging is patient- and planet-friendly

The packaging for your prefilled syringes uses significantly less material than previous designs, reducing the environmental impact CIMZIA has, with additional instructions for dosing, use, and proper disposal of syringes that are easier to read and understand.

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*The CIMplicity program is provided as a service of UCB and is intended to support the appropriate use of CIMZIA. The CIMplicity program may be amended or canceled at any time without notice. Some program and eligibility restrictions may apply.
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