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If only I had that side effect (lost of appetite) lol. :)
It's been awhile since my last posting, however I am doing wonderful and wanted to respond to the Cellcept question.
I have been using Cellcept for over four years and the only apparent side effect I am having is a lost of appetite. I have also lost 40 pounds, now none of my cloths fit lol. I gotten to the point of one to two meals a day which has contributed to reduced blood pressure as well as eliminating Sodium.
My doctor prescribed Cellcept as an addition to my Prograf medication to reduce the impact Prograf has on my Kidneys. I hope my answer is helpful and I wish everyone good health, wealth and strong sprite.
thanks rachel......ive gotten some good leads on here......thanks everybody
I paid $47.00 for the Cellcept (generic).
Rachel, what meds did you pay 47 for three months?....private mess me if you want
What about medicare part d ( I paid $47. for 3 months). I get four other meds thru the patient assistance programs.
Hi Virginia and Jack
When someone sends a message to the group, the message is not posted in the group. With the new upgrade I hope this problem is added to the change.
Regarding paying the twenty percent- I would try and fundraise or contact the drug assistance programs for Cellcept.
Also trying to find Mark's comment. Mark, Jack's advice is good. Also, keep working on your insurance provider. Sometimes things that are denied at one level may be approved by someone higher up. This happened a lot when my husband was on dialysis pre-Tx. Perhaps your Tx physician can support an exemption? Wishing you this best.
Mark, could not find the thread you are on - have you tried for Patient Assistance through Roche? I get mine at no charge this way. Feel free to private message me here or through FB if you need help on this
yogurt or probiotics usually will help with that chris
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