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Pegasys is a popular medicine (a long active interferon) that is generally prescribed in the treatment of viral infections.
Pegasys is usually given to patients who are suffering from chronic hepatitis C. However, Pegasys could also serve some other purposes that have not been listed in this guide. Ask your personal physician for more information about Pegasys.
If you experience symptoms of severe depression or if you have suicidal thoughts, if you get abnormally anxious (nervous), irritable, or aggressive or if you develop any other behavior or mood changes during your treatment with Pegasys you should alert your personal health care specialist as soon as possible. Some patients who have followed a treatment with Pegasys have experienced severe behavioral or mood problems, lungs, eye and heart disorders. You should alert your personal physician right away if you experience breathing difficulties, blurred vision, chest pain, or loss of vision.
A lot of patients who have been treated with Pegasys have experienced a severe drop in their regular platelets and white blood cells numbers. This is known to increase the risk of developing severe infection. If you experience any infections symptoms, abnormal bruising or bleeding, fever and so on you should seek medical care at once.
Pegasys is known to trigger drowsiness or dizziness, thus impairing the patient's regular response to various stimuli. During your intake of Pegasys you should employ extra caution while performing any activities that require either mental or physical alertness (this includes operating machinery and / or driving). Alcohol is known to increase Pegasys's regular side effects. This is why it is recommended to avoid consuming nay products that contain alcohol (this includes certain drugs like cough syrups) during your treatment with Pegasys.
Some medical disorders are known to harmfully interact with a treatment with Pegasys. For example, patients who are suffering from any of the disease that are listed below should not be allowed to start a treatment with Pegasys or should be prescribed lower doses of Pegasys (furthermore, their intake of Pegasys ought to be carefully supervised by an authorized health care provider in order to see how the patient's body responds to the treatment):
- A history of cancer;
- Allergy to an alfa interferon or to products that contain e. coli;
- Autoimmune disease like systemic lupus erythematosus (sle), rheumatoid arthritis, or psoriasis;
- Autoimmune hepatitis;
- Bone marrow suppression;
- Decompensated liver disorder;
- Eye problems;
- Heart disorder;
- Hepatitis b;
- Hiv infection;
- Kidney disease;
- Low platelet counts;
- Lung disease;
- Other liver problems;
- Thyroid problems;
Pegasys is a category C FDA pregnancy medicine. Therefore, a treatment with Pegasys in the case of pregnant patients could severely harm a growing fetus. If you are pregnant, you should ask your personal health care specialist if you may start taking Pegasys on a regular basis. It has not been clearly determined whether Pegasys's ingredients are able to pass into the patient's breast milk flow. Nevertheless, female patients who are currently nursing a child should ask their personal physician if it is safe to start taking Pegasys. Ask a pediatrician if you may give Pegasys to a child. Both elderly patients and children are known to be more prone to developing Pegasys's severe side effects.
You should ask your personal health care specialist to tell you exactly how and when to take your doses of Pegasys. If you did not understand some of his or her instructions you ought to ask a nurse or to a pharmacist for more detailed explanations. If you are in need of further information regarding Pegasys or your treatment with it, you should simply read the drug's label.
Pegasys is administered as a sub dermal injection. A nurse or your doctor will give you this injection in a special medical setting. If you want to inject Pegasys yourself (at home) you must ask your personal physician for detailed instructions regarding the whole process. Pegasys is regularly administered on a weekly basis (you should try to take Pegasys every 7 days).
Your personal health care specialist will prescribe you the correct dose of Pegasys that you should be administered on a regular basis. During your treatment with Pegasys, your personal doctor might want to change your dose of Pegasys, depending on how your organism responds to the treatment.
If you think that you might be suffering from an overdose with Pegasys you should seek medical care at once. Alert your personal physician and your local poison control centre. If necessary, go to the nearest emergency room where you will receive a proper treatment for your medical condition. We have no information regarding the possible symptoms or effects that could be triggered by overdose with Pegasys.
A missed dose of Pegasys should be prescribed as soon as possible (in 2 days time). If you have missed your dose for more than 2 days you should contact your personal health care specialist and ask him or her for further instructions. Do not take double doses of Pegasys without your doctor's consent.
Pegasys' regular side effects include:
- Chills or fever;
- Difficulty sleeping;
- Joint pain or muscle aches;
- Swelling, redness, or irritation at site of the injection;
- Temporary hair loss;
- Vomiting, nausea, or loss of appetite;
During your treatment with Pegasys you should avoid using any of the following medicines: theophylline (Theochron, Theo-Dur, Theolair, and others).
Other Brand Names
In some countries Pegasys may also be known as:
- Viraferon Peg;
- Unitron PEG;
- Kinnoferon 2A;
- Interferon Alfanative;
- Inter 2-B;
- Alferon N;