Folitrax Injection

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how long shud it be taken & will it solve the prob of pain on palms, fingers, feet, bottom of feet. possible side effects



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Verwon Says:

Folitrax contains the active ingredient Methotrexate, it is used to treat conditions such as: cancer, auto-immune diseases and as an abortifacient.

There is no way of knowing if it will help with your symptoms, until you try the medication. Like any medication, it helps some people, but not others and they must try something else.

As to how long it should be taken, that is also something you will have to discuss with your doctor as there are many factors that can effect your length of treatment.

Side effects may include: irritation at the injection site. leukopenia, nausea and hair loss.

Read more:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Methotrexate/­

Do you have any other questions?

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Can methylcobalamin be taken with folitrax injection

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