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Last Updated: 04 May 2022

Epogen is a manufactured form of a protein that aids your body create red cell. When less red cell are created, you can develop a problem called anemia. Epogen is used to deal with anemia brought on by chemotherapy or persistent kidney disease, anemia triggered by taking zidovudine to treat HIV, or anemia as a result of other reasons. Epogen is additionally used to decrease the demand for red blood cell transfusions in people having particular types of surgical treatment. Epoetin alfa might additionally quicken tumor development, or reduce remission or survival time in some people. You need to not use Epogen if you have unchecked high blood pressure, or if you have ever before had pure red cell aplasia created by using epoetin alfa or darbepoetin alfa. Call your medical professional simultaneously if you have signs of an embolism: sudden tingling or weak point, troubles with vision or speech, upper body pain, trouble breathing, pain or cold feeling in an arm or leg. Epogen may quicken tumor development, or shorten remission or survival time in some people with particular types of cancer. Talk with your physician about the risks and benefits of making use of epoetin alfa. If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, inform your doctor. Epoetin alfa is made from contributed human plasma and might contain infections or other contagious agents. Your medical professional might occasionally change your dosage. A medical care provider may instruct you how to properly use the medication by on your own. Discard any remaining medication in a multi-dose vial 21 days after the first use.

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