Epigen

Were you looking for information about Epogen? Epigen is a common misspelling of Epogen.
 
Epogen® is a prescription drug that is used to treat anemia due to chemotherapy, chronic kidney failure, and zidovudine (an HIV medication). Taking the medicine before surgery can also decrease the need for blood transfusions in people with anemia.
 
Epogen can be given either by IV or as an injection under the skin. It is generally given once a week or three times a week, depending on certain factors. Side effects may include constipation, nausea, fever, and fatigue. During treatment, it is important that your body has enough iron, otherwise Epogen cannot work well. Your healthcare provider may recommend iron supplements if necessary.
 
(Click Epogen for more details on Epogen, including information on how it works, what you should be aware of before starting treatment, and when and how to take the drug. You can also click the links in the box to the right for more specific topics on Epogen.)
 
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