User Reviews for WinRho SDF
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|Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura||3 reviews||89 medications|
|Summary of WinRho SDF reviews||5.7||3 reviews|
Reviews for WinRho SDF
For Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura "Had it. Platelets were 9 and took WinRho which kicked up platelets into 100's. But few days later went down again. Then went to Ritixan which kicked up platelets, then down within matter of weeks. Splenectomy was last option but nothing. Still stuck with falling platelets and medical bills$$$."
cjhay (taken for 1 to 6 months) May 22, 2015
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For Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura "My daughters platelets drop very low (less than 5). She has good response with IVIg - one day of 30g will increase to 50 -60- but then they will drop again by day 5. Two days of IVIg will bring them over 200 and platelets will stay above 10 for about 12 days. We tried WinRho (1000 micrograms) with no effect after two days. We then gave her another 1000 micrograms, and still had no rise in platelets the next day. We therefore gave her another two days of IVIg. She has also been on Prednisone for the past 8 weeks, with no response."
Anonymous August 3, 2009
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For Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura "I had the side effects listed. The doctor said it was serum sickness. However the medicine did not keep the platelets up for long. My last comment is the medicine is quite costly. "
bburglabma June 7, 2009
7 users found this comment helpful.
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