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How to treat low WBC following Rituxan for Follicular Lymphoma?

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 ...

Neulasta - How would a double shot within 2 days effect someone?

Posted 5 Feb 2014 by concerned lady 1 answer

The hospital is trying to say I owe for a shot of Neulasta for September 14 and 15, 2011. This is not true. Somehow their records are wrong. Of course Medicare deemed one of the shots unnecessary and refused to pay. My husband got the shot of Neulasta on September 15, 2011 (one only). I think that ...

Neutropenia Associated with Chemotherapy - I am a breast cancer patient and am doing chemo to shrink

Posted 25 Sep 2009 1 answer

... the tumor so they can operate. I am also a migraine sufferer. I take Imitrex for them but can't take it every day. I was given a shot of Neulasta a week ago and have had 4 migraines this week and I can hear a whoosing sound (Like blood pumping). Does anyone know if there is something I can ...

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