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User Reviews for Azathioprine to treat Eczema

Also known as: Imuran, Azasan

The following information is NOT intended to endorse any particular medication. While these reviews might be helpful, they are not a substitute for the expertise, knowledge and judgement of healthcare practitioners.

Reviews for Azathioprine

Anonymous August 13, 2008

Imuran (azathioprine): “Before taking imuran, I was riddled with ezcema from top to toe, bleeding open sores, constantly on antibiotics and cortizone tablets and tablets for depression. It was a vicious cycle that lasted for approximately 3 years. Before this I only had mild ezcema, which I had for 15 years, treated with cortizone creams. Imuran was prescribed by an allergist and immunoligist. At first I took it with cortizone tablets and then after about 2 - 3 months I was only taking Imuran. I have never felt better. I only have a problem with my eyelids now, but this I can handle. I have been on Imuran now for just over a year and fortunately have had very few side effects. ”

9 / 10