Reduced Cellcept Dose From 2000/day To 1000/day

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Bob B Says:

My doctor has approved a drop from 2000/day to 1000/day
and I am experiencing a fogginess and lack of pep. I use
it with prednesone for myasthenia gravis. Has anyone had adverse issues when using a lower dose of cellcept?

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Verwon Says:

It is completely normal to experience withdrawal type symptoms any time you lower the dosage of a medication, or stop taking it. It occurs because your body was used to the previous dosage you were taking.

Have the symptoms tapered of by now? This should happen, once your body adjusts to the new lower dosage.


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