Cellcept Mycophenolate Mofetil and/or alternatives

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Cellcept 250mg

Manufacturer: Roche Source Country : New Zealand
Shipped from : New Zealand

Cellcept 250mg

Manufacturer: Hoffmann-LaRoche Ltd. Source Country : Canada
Shipped from : Canada

Cellcept 500mg

Manufacturer: Roche Source Country : New Zealand
Shipped from : New Zealand

Cellcept 500mg

Manufacturer: Roche Source Country : India
Shipped from : India

Mycophenolate Mofetil 250mg

Generic Alternative to Cellcept 250mg
Manufacturer: A UK MHRA approved Generic Manufacturer Source Country : United Kingdom
Shipped from : United Kingdom

Mycophenolate Mofetil 500mg

Generic Alternative to Cellcept 500mg
Manufacturer: A UK MHRA approved Generic Manufacturer Source Country : United Kingdom
Shipped from : United Kingdom
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Description of Cellcept

Cellcept is a drug that curbs hyper-immune reactions after an organ transplant so that the newly transplanted organ is not rejected by the body. Cellcept is available in the form of an oral suspension, intravenous injection, as well as oral tablets. The form recommended to you will depend on your age and medical condition.

The active ingredient in Cellcept is Mycophenolate Mofetil, and it belongs to the therapeutic class of immunosuppressant medicines.

Indications & Dosage of Cellcept

Your doctor will recommend you to buy Cellcept if you have recently got a liver, kidney or any other organ transplant. This medicine is used for curbing extreme immune reactions.

Our immune system is responsible for fighting foreign objects in our body. Whenever a foreign object or organism tries to enter our body, our immune system starts fighting it and forces it out of our system. However, in case of an organ transplant, our body needs to get adjusted to the new organ placed inside. Therefore, Cellcept is given to the patient to lower his or her immunity.

Usually, your doctor will advise you to take Cellcept 1g twice a day, either in oral tablet form or in intravenous injection form. If you are giving this medicine to a child aged 3 months to 18 years, an oral suspension form of Cellcept 600mg/m2 is given twice per day.

Side Effects & Interactions of Cellcept

Common side effects associated with Cellcept include:

  • Stomach upset, diarrhea, gas or constipation
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Headache
  • Tremors
  • Loss of appetite
  • Insomnia

As Cellcept curbs immunity, you become more prone to infections. Watch out for symptoms such as night sweats, throat soreness, vision changes, painful urination, or persistent fever.

In rare cases, Cellcept can also lead to a fatal infection in the brain known as PML (Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy). Inform your doctor at once if you notice any of these symptoms:

  • Difficulty moving the muscles
  • Seizures
  • Difficulty speaking
  • Clumsiness
  • Sudden changes in the thinking process, including trouble concentrating or confusion.

Seek medical attention immediately if you develop any serious side effects to the drug. These include mental or mood changes, severe tiredness, decreased or increased urine, irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness, swelling of the feet and ankles, or easy bleeding or bruising.

Do not take Cellcept along with antacids, anti-viral medicines, rifamycin, aluminum products, phosphate binders, or live vaccines.

Warnings & Precautions of Cellcept

Before you buy Cellcept, inform your doctor if you have stomach or intestinal ulcers, liver or kidney disease, any cancer or genetic disorder such as Lesch-Nyhan syndrome, or Kelley Seegmiller syndrome.

The drug may lead to unusual swelling or growth on the gums. Therefore, your doctor will advise you to floss and brush your teeth without fail.

Cellcept increases your risk of developing skin cancer. Avoid getting exposed to sunlight, tanning booths, sunlamps or any artificial sources of UV light.

If you are going to have a colon related test or surgery, such as a colonoscopy or abdominal surgery, you should inform your doctor beforehand that you are taking Cellcept. Cleansing the colon may reduce the amount of Mycophenolate in your body.

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