Mercaptopurine

What is Mercaptopurine?

it is an immunosuppressive agent used to treat leukemias. it is an antimetabolite agent which prevents DNA replication and repair. common side effects include dereased wbc, platelet levels, fatigue, nausea, diarrhoea

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We have a huge concern. My mum was diagnosed with AIH about 3 months ago - mum is taking steroids gradually reduced to 10MG per day, today at the...

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Mercaptopurine itself can cause liver enzyme elevation and diabetes to add on. If mercaptopurine is working for AIHA, just monitor the liver...

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I take mercaptopurine to suppress my immune system (I have ulcerative colitis, in remission) can I take hydroxycitrate to dissolve a few kidney...

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Brief Answer:
There is no known adverse interaction

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Hello,

Welcome and thanks for your query.
There is no known adverse...

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Can I take ic5 with olmetec for high blood pressure and mercaptopurine for chrons...

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Brief Answer:
Can be taken together.

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IC5 is diet supplement containing all natural premium ingredients...

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