Cellcept withdrawal symptoms

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I havent really experienced the side effects of the withdrawal, Is it because im also taking plaquenil and cellcept or will the side effects come later into the tapering?
Now he is doing well and he is on immuno supprassing drug.He is taking Cyclosporine 0.5ml B.D.along with Cellcept 1.0 ml B.D.Reports of L.F.T. are normal other than Alkalinephosphate . He is taking normal diet and started going to school since April'2010.Actually I like to know if there is any possibility that he may not require any more immuno supprassing drug in future. With regards.
No matter what tests have been done, radioactive eggs included, they can't find anything wrong. Time passes, the symptoms subside again. They change her immunosuppressant drug for her kidneys from Cellcept to Imuran in hopes that that would help. It didn't Rinse and repeat. Right back up there within 2 weeks. While trying to communicate to the GI doctor that we feel that she isn't being listened to, he leaves the room while I'm mid-sentence. We just stand there dumbfounded.
As it takes 18 hours to get there, I was already starting to withdraw when I landed in Cape Town and after sleeping for 12 hours I woke up to cold sweats and the most aggressive withdrawal symptoms that I had ever experienced. After about 8 more hours I told my friend that I had to see a Dr immediately. However when I went to a local Medical Center I was told by a Dr that South Africa does not prescribe narcotic meds (unless in extreme emergencies) and that I could not get any.
Do you take any medications shirl000? I have Behcet's and take quite a few meds. I have had the internal shakes on and off for years, sometimes daily for a month at a time. I also get visible shake but only slight and only once where other people could see it going on. I don't know if my shakes are due to meds or just part of the disease. So many effects of the disease and so little knowledge about it.
Usually have done well with prednisone for the various flare-ups but with AIP, still recurring symptoms and the elevated IgG4 periodically. Next step may be Imuran. Is there anyone out there who has had good results with Imuran for autoimmune pancreatitis?
The doctor diagnosised it as demertitis. I had the same symptoms as your son, no visible signs of anythings. My doctor suggest benadryl, and told me to take two hydroxine at night. She doesn't have an idea what it is. She told me if its still bothering me in three days, to come back to see her.
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