User Reviews for Gamunex
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|Primary Immunodeficiency Syndrome||2 reviews||29 medications|
|Chronic Inflammatory...diculoneuropathy||1 review||11 medications|
|Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura||1 review||87 medications|
|Summary of Gamunex reviews||7.8||4 reviews|
Reviews for Gamunex
For Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura "Worked fine and lasted 9 months first time. Second and third time no blessing"
Anonymous (taken for 1 to 2 years) December 31, 2017
0 users found this comment helpful.
For Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy "After 5 months of infusions I feel better although CIDP symptoms persist. Side effects were mouth sores/swollen lips both with white blisters starting after three days resolving after two weeks. Significant coverage of chest and back rash, large red blotches. Start on the fifth day and resolve after forming black scabs after three weeks. Will continue with last treatment and then quit."
CIDP-Patient August 6, 2011
6 users found this comment helpful.
For Primary Immunodeficiency Syndrome "I've been on Gamunex since it was introduced. I take 60 grams every three weeks in about 2-1/2 hours. I have no side effects and pre-medicate with Allegra and Advil. It is by far the easiest tolerated of any of the IViG products. I've used IViG for over 30 years. Works for me."
markleventhal May 11, 2011
19 users found this comment helpful.
For Primary Immunodeficiency Syndrome "In a 2007 study Gamunex was shown to have the least side effect of any of the IViG products"
markincleveland February 12, 2010
16 users found this comment helpful.
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