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General Information On Cellcept

Cellcept (generic name: mycophenolate mofetil) is used to lower immunity, especially after a kidney or liver transplant. Immunity helps a body fight infections and foreign objects, but in the case of a kidney or liver transplant, your body may treat the transplanted organ as a foreign object and fight it. In such circumstances, mycophenolate mofetil is used for lowering your immunity so that your body gets used to the new organ. Your doctor will advise you to buy Cellcept with cyclosporine and a steroid, and you can buy it in the form of oral tablets, an oral suspension, and an intravenous injection.

Side Effects for Cellcept

Stomach upsets, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, nausea, constipation, gas, tremors, insomnia, and loss of appetite are some common side effects associated with Cellcept. As the drug lowers your immunity, you become more susceptible to infections, and therefore, you should watch out for night sweats, persistent fever or sore throat, painful urination, and changes in vision. Cellcept may lead to a fatal brain infection known as PML or progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy in rare cases. You should inform your doctor if you encounter its symptoms, which include difficulty-speaking, seizures, difficulty moving the muscles, clumsiness, and sudden mental changes like confusion and difficulty concentrating. Some serious side effects of Cellcept may include weakness in one side of your body, mental or mood changes, swelling of the ankles or feet, easy bleeding or bruising, muscle weakness, irregular heartbeat, severe tiredness, and unusual changes in the frequency or amount of urine passed. You should also inform your doctor if you notice black or tarry stools, chest pain, abdominal or stomach pain, shortness of breath, and dark colored vomit.

Precautions

Before taking Cellcept, you should inform your doctor if you are suffering form a stomach or intestinal problem like ulcers, kidney or liver disease, any type of cancer, or a rare genetic disorder like Kelley Seegmiller syndrome or Lesch-Nyhan syndrome. As Cellcept may cause swelling of the gums, you should brush and floss your teeth thoroughly every day. Cellcept also increases the risk of skin cancer, so you should avoid being exposed to direct sunlight, sunlamps, and tanning booths, and use protective clothes and sunscreen when you need to go out. Do not take any vaccination or immunization without consulting your doctor, and avoid being near people who have recently taken oral polio drops. If you are to undergo a surgery or medical tests like colonoscopy, you should inform your doctor about the same as a colonoscopy may decrease the amount of mycophenolate in your body.

Cellcept Dosage

The dosage given to a patient depends on his/her age, the organ that has been transplanted, and his/her medical condition. Usually, the doctor will recommend you to take Cellcept 1g intravenously or orally twice a day. Children aged between 3 months to 18 years are given an oral suspension of Cellcept 600mg/m2 twice a day.

Interactions

Serious drug interactions may occur if you take Cellcept with live vaccines, colestipol, cholestyramine, azathioprine, or natalizumab. Your doctor may not advise you to buy Cellcept if you are already taking antacids containing aluminum or magnesium, anti-viral medications like ganciclovir, acyclovir, or valganciclovir, rifampin, or calcium-free phosphate binders like sevelamer, lanthanum, and aluminum products.

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