Treatment: Azathioprine (Imuran)

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Azathioprine (Imuran)

Azathioprine, or imuran, is an immunosuppressive drug used to treat atopic dermatitis, connective tissue disorders and arthritis, or used during organ transplantation.

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I guess it works somewhat, I hope it is not ruining my body9/6/2016 at 06:53 PM
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Am a long term user as my surgeon prescribed it. I do feel that it helped a little7/24/2012 at 06:25 AM
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Horrible!! Constant Nasea, bloating and cramps11/23/2011 at 04:59 PM
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Need to be Cellcept but unable to afford it currently. 11/2/2011 at 10:33 AM
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Takes a long time to get used to the side-effects. Either they get better by time or one start to tolerate them. Pretty effective though, even on a small dosage.10/13/2010 at 03:04 AM
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