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How Long Does Revlimid Stay In Your System

Just wanted to know how long before this drug is completely out of my husband's system? ## Revlimid contains the active ingredient Lenalidomide, it is most commonly used to treat Myeloma. If he was taking it and experienced bad side effects or problems, it can take several weeks, before it's completly processed out of his body and he sees improvement. Generally, some should be seen about 2 weeks after he stops taking it, but some symptoms can linger for a month or so. Are there any other questions? ## I have just stopped taking Lenalidomide. How long will it be before I get my taste buds back ## I have stopped taking Lenalidomide for 3 and a half weeks now. My taste buds are showing signs of improvement but are still noticeable. How long before my taste buds get back to normal? ...

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Loss of taste

I was diagnosed with Myeloma and AL Amyloidosis in May 2016. After taking a lot of medication for 7 months, fortunately my condition went into remission and I was taken off all drugs which included Revlimid in December 2016. I am now 10 months into remission but I have lost the taste of food. Although it has improved slightly it is still there. When will it come back. Has anyone experienced a similar problem. LH ## Still have the loss of taste. Anyone experienced this and what to do!

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