Micophenolate

Were you looking for information about Mycophenolate? Micophenolate is a common misspelling of mycophenolate.
 
If you have received a heart, liver, or kidney transplant, you will likely need to take medication for the rest of your life to keep your body from rejecting the newly transplanted organ. Mycophenolate (CellCept®, Myfortic®) is a prescription medication used to prevent rejection in people who have had an organ transplant. It works by suppressing the immune system and is generally taken twice a day. Constipation, nausea, and diarrhea are some of the common side effects.
 
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