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Immunosuppressive

Almost everyone who undergoes an organ transplant has to take immunosuppressant drugs. The body will recognize a transplanted organ as a foreign substance and it helps to triggers a response by the body’s immune system to attack it. Immunosuppressant drugs are the group of drugs that suppress the strength of the body's immune system. They are also known as anti-rejection drugs. The primary use of immunosuppressant drugs is to lesser the body's ability to reject a transplanted organ such as a heart, liver of kidney. This drug allows the transplanted organ to stay healthy and free from any kind of damage.

Immunosuppressant drugs involve an action that reduces the efficacy of immune system. Some portions of the immune system itself have immune-suppressive effects produced on other parts of the immune system, and immunosuppression may occur as an unpleasant reaction to treatment of other conditions. It also used in the treatment of autoimmune diseases such as lupus. Other disorders that are treated with this drug include psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic inflammation of the digestive tract, multiple sclerosis and alopecia areata.

Immunosuppression drugs such as Hepsera, Imuran and Protopic are available on our online. These medications are taken as prescribed as even a slight change can trigger an organ rejection. Other than drugs it is important to follow healthy lifestyle such as frequently washing your hands, avoid those sports which can cause injuries, avoid close contact with those people who have infections or colds while going under organ transplant.

 

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