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Dr. Marvin Ott
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Can you use cyclosporine chronic use?

Can you use cyclosporine chronic use?

Needs monitoring: Cyclosporine is a calcineurin inhibitor and it has a narrow therapeutic index. If the blood level of cyclosporine is too high, it is likely to cause adverse effects which include nephrotoxicity, hyperlipidemia, gingival hyperplasia, and hair growth. Whether it is used as an anti-rejection agent or as an immunosuppressant in treating auto-immune diseases, one needs to have a close follow-up. ...Read more

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Why am I having reactions to cyclosporine?

See your prescriber: Cyclosporine is a very potent medication and requires careful attention to dosing and monitoring for side effects. You should contact the prescriber they will know a lot more about your specifics. ...Read more

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Is it okay to mix neoral (cyclosporine) and gengraf?

Is it okay to mix neoral (cyclosporine) and gengraf?

Bioequivalent: Both Neoral and Gengraf have been used in transplant recipients for many years (Neoral ~30 years, Gengraf ~ 10 years). Gengraf is an AB-rated generic cyclosporine for Neoral, and has been shown to be bioequivalent in several studies. ...Read more

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Have chronic hivee & have been put on cyclosporine. Just started taking the medication sat a.M. 200 mg a day. When can I expect to see some relief?

Have chronic hivee & have been put on cyclosporine. Just started taking the medication sat a.M. 200 mg a day. When can I expect to see some relief?

Unlikely: This is a difficult question to answer. Therapy for chronic urticaria can be antihistamines, one blockers, lipo oxygenase blockers, to name a few. I would reevaluate the Cyclosporine to consider alternative therapy. ...Read more

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How does cyclosporine damage kidneys?

How does cyclosporine damage kidneys?

Different ways: While Cyclosporine is a very important medication used in the transplant field and in different rheumatologic and autoimmune diseases it sometimes may damage the kidneys by causing constriction of the vessels inside them. If you are concerned about potential side effects of this medication you should ask your prescribing physician about it. ...Read more

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Treat psoriasis with cyclosporine?

Treat psoriasis with cyclosporine?

Last resort: Cyclosporine is an effective treatment for psoriasis - but it is usually used only when all else has failed, because it is toxic to the liver and kidneys, among other things, and weakens the immune system. It should never be taken without close monitoring by an expert in its use for that purpose (usually a dermatologist). ...Read more

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What are the risks of cyclosporine?

Several: Cyclosporine is an immunosuppressive agent. It is used to reduce the body's natural immunity in patients that receive organ transplants. It is also used to treat severe cases of psoriasis and rheumatoid arthritis.
It's very strong medication. It may cause side effects that could be serious, such as high blood pressure and kidney and liver problems. May also reduce the body's ability to fight infec. ...Read more

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Is there a web site for free cyclosporine?

Is there a web site for free cyclosporine?

RxAssist Database: Talk to your physician about your drug costs. And, don't be reluctant to look at all possibilities for reducing your medication costs-including those from drug companies, community health centers, local social service programs or charitable programs. Visit www. Rxassist. Org to help find options. ...Read more

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How does cyclosporine damage kidney tissue bad?

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How does cyclosporine damage kidney tissue bad?

Ischemia: One of the ways Cyclosporine causes kidney damage is by causing vasoconstriction of the renal vasculature, thereby reducing blood flow to the kidneys. This results in ischemic injury. ...Read more

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How does cyclosporine damage your kidney tissue?

How does cyclosporine damage your kidney tissue?

Renal tubular damage: Cyclosporine is an immune supressing medication used for renal transplant patients. Overtime, this potent medication especially when its levels are high can damage the tubular structure of the kidney. If you are concerned about its use, discuss this issue with your nephrologists or your transplant team. ...Read more

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Is there a web site for cyclosporine medication?

Is there a web site for cyclosporine medication?

No: Cyclosporine is a prescription. You can't get it just going online. You need a doctor's prescription for it after being evaluated. ...Read more

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Neoral (cyclosporine) 100 mg side effects and safety?

THis is a brand of: Cyclosporine a. It is safe with monitoring of therapeutic drug levels. Side effects include renal insufficiency, hypertension, fluid retention and fine tremor. ...Read more

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Has anyone ever been given cyclosporine to treat excema?

Last resort: Cyclosporine is an effective treatment for eczema - but it is usually used only when all else has failed, because it is toxic to the liver and kidneys, among other things, and weakens the immune system. It should never be taken without close monitoring by an expert in its use for that purpose (usually a dermatologist). ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Neoral allergy?

What is the definition or description of: Neoral allergy?

Neoral allergy: Neoral (Cyclosporine) is an Immunosuppressive medication with a number of potential uses to include
prevention of transplanted organ rejection. ...Read more

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Has anyone ever been given cyclosporine to treat excezma and does it work well?

Has anyone ever been given cyclosporine to treat excezma and does it work well?

Yes but....: Before using cyclosprorin, get tested for igg food sensitivities. Or at least try avoiding the most common food allergens for a few wks and then add back in slowly to determine what u r reacting to. The most common are wheat, all dairy products, corn, oats, soy, eggs. It can be any food. U need to do a yeast cleanse and start basic vitamins as well. I've treated many difficult cases w/success. ...Read more

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Does cyclosporine work on hives?

Yes.: Cyclosporine and other potent immunosuppressant agents are very effective for hives. They are reserved for patients whose hives are resistant to medications with fewer side-effects and that require less on-going monitoring for safety. ...Read more

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Does cyclosporine work for hives at all?

Does cyclosporine work for hives at all?

Yes: Cyclosporine is a "second line" medication for hives. It is useful for chronic hives in people who will need long-term treatment, and has more side effects than the "first line" treatments such as antihistamines. It is only used when first line medications don't work - that is, when the benefits of the drug outweigh its risks. ...Read more

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