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Posted 14 Aug 2016 by grumpy44134 • 0 answers
Posted 19 Sep 2015 by Peter Jeffrey Wright • 0 answers
3 months following successful Rituxan Bendamustine treatment for Follicular Lymohoma low WBC with Leukopenia(L) and Neutropenia(N) persist. Neupogen helped to raise WBC temporarily and ward off Bronchitis but low WBC and (N) and (L) have returned on the eve of commencing Rituxan Maintenance. HOW DO ...
Posted 28 Oct 2014 by suecfrompa • 1 answer
My oncologist wants to start neupogen when I resume chemo, after being off it due to septic nucardia infection. I'm still on antibiotics for it. Anyone know if neupogen could re-stimulate my infection or if there's any drug interactions with antibiotics? Thanks, Sue Corbett, 66, from ...
Posted 20 Mar 2014 by Ferry Vermeer • 1 answer
I am on neupogen and it is very expensive-I was told there is now a generic foe neupogen-I had the name but misplaced it-Can you give it to me please? It is already in use in many parts of Europe and Canada from what I read-Thanks for your help
Posted 7 Jul 2013 by Sallyrose • 2 answers
I am taking a very small amount of neupogen. I paid thousands for it as insurance would not cover. Why am I only able to use one dose and have to toss the leftover medication in the vial away?
Posted 15 Nov 2012 by jlynnrubin • 2 answers
... maintenance therapy for follicular lymphoma. It has gone on 14 weeks since last ritoxan treatment with severe neutropenia, responsive only temporarily to neupogen or neulasta. Any suggestions?
Posted 18 Jun 2012 by laazic • 3 answers
Hi my daughter has Hepatitis C. She gives herself neupogen shots, 480 mcg ,twice a week and interferon once a week. Is there anyone out there with same diagnosis and on same amount of meds? She has been on this for 2 months and has 6 more to go. Has severe headaches, nausea and can hardly get out ...
Posted 22 Dec 2011 by jimannl • 2 answers
I have been taking it for 6mos twice a week and am not sure how long you can take it
Posted 28 Aug 2009 by lwebbrn • 1 answer
... injections weekly this past year. He is becoming more and more anemic so now they want to switch to Vidaza... any thoughts?
Posted 15 Apr 2010 by randimarie1230 • 1 answer
every time i take a shot i start bleeding vaginally this has been going on since i had my son 11 months ago i have consistantly bled. I was off treatment for a short while and it stopped. I recently started treatment up again, and the bleeding began again. This only happens when i do my neupogen ...
Posted 7 Feb 2010 by judydi • 1 answer