Accidental Double Dose Of Xeljanz

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Laura Says:
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Can I cause harm to my body if I accidentally took two extended-release Xeljanz 11 mg tablets?



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David Says:

From what I could gather, Xeljanz (Tofacitinib Citrate) is immunosuppressive, which means that your immune system could potentially be compromised more easily with an increased dosage.

However, if you are in otherwise good health, then I'm of the opinion that you should be fine after that second tablet wears off...

Nevertheless, I would still encourage you to let your prescribing doctor and/or pharmacist know just to be on the safe side, since this would ultimately mean that you'd have 1 less tablet to take prior to getting a refill -and whether or not this is something you'd have to be concerned about as well?

I hope this helps and wish you good health!

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