Entyvio Infusions

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Jennifer Says:


Anyone had success with Entyvio for Ulcerative Colitis?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jennifer! How are you? When do you start them?

The FDA lists Entyvio as containing the active ingredient Vedolizumab and it is approved to treat UC.

Its possible side effects may include headache, joint pain, nausea, fever and infections of the nose and throat.

Is anyone currently on this?

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