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Cellcept and/or Generic Equivalent Mycophenolate Prescription Information
Cellcept (Mycophenolate) is a Mycophenolic Acid and Immunosuppressant medication used for the treatment of patients who have had a Kidney Transplant, Heart Transplant, or Liver Transplant. It can help prevent the rejection of the new organ. Cellcept used in combination with other anti-rejection medications keeps your body from attacking and rejecting your transplanted organ. It works by lowering your body's immune system activity.
Side Effects of Cellcept
Taking Cellcept with other anti-rejection medicines may raise your chance of infection and developing Lymph Node Tumors (lymphoma) and other cancers particularly skin cancer. Because it weakens your immune system, you may be more likely to develop serious viral infections and certain viruses such as Cytomegalovirus, Shingles, Herpes, or Hepatitis B and C, which can live in your body if you become weak.
How to Take Cellcept
Cellcept comes as capsules taken orally. Take Cellcept as directed, twice daily on an empty stomach an hour or two before or after meals. Swallow the capsule whole and do not crush or chew it. Use the medication regularly to get the proper benefit from it and do not skip any doses and continue treatment even if you do not feel well. Do not stop talking Cellcept without consulting your doctor.
You must remain under the care and supervision of a doctor while taking Cellcept. You will require regular medical testing to make sure the medicine is not causing any harmful effects.
Avoid being near people who are sick or have infections. If you have had hepatitis B or C in the past, Cellcept can cause them to come back or become worse. You may require blood tests to test your liver function.
Precautions for Cellcept
Cellcept can increase your risk of developing serious infections or other types of cancer like lumphoma or skin cancer.
Tell you doctor if you have a stomach ulcer, any infections, or enzyme deficiencies.
Pregnant women who take Cellcept incur a higher chance of losing the baby within the first 3 months of pregnancy as well as a higher chance of birth defects. If you are a woman of childbearing age, it is important to use specific kinds of birth control to prevent pregnancy before, during, and after taking Cellcept. It is still sometimes given to pregnant woman under strict conditions, who cannot take other transplant medications, and can affect later pregnancy or fertility. If you become pregnant while taking Cellcept, do not stop taking it. Call your doctor for instructions.
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5 Facts About Cellcept
1. Cellcept is primarily used to help prevent organ rejection in the body after transplant surgery.