Hematopoietic change effect of Salofalk

We have 105 consumer reports for Salofalk. Hematopoietic change effect occurred in 3%.

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Salofalk Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 105 reported about Hematopoietic change

  1. Bobby A. Walker says:
    2.0 rating

    Salofalk for Morbus crohn

    Since 2003, my husband has been taking Salofalk for Crohn’s disease and unfortunately we have noticed that his white blood cells have been steadily decreasing. In 2003 he had 10,000, in July 2009 = 1,300. After a bone marrow puncture, it was found that almost no white blood cells were produced there. For 3 days now he no longer takes Salofalk and his blood cells increased to 1,700. We have hope again, because almost he would be averse to the side effects of this drug!

    Side effects: Hematopoietic change
  2. Shannon J. Evans says:
    4.5 rating

    Salofalk for Ulcerative colitis

    Salofalk Clysmen helped very well – the application was of course less beautiful! According to the doctor, however, not suitable as a long-term therapy. Salofalk tablets have caused blood value changes (pancreas), therefore, deposition. Mutaflor did not help me. Has only caused Bauchgrummeln and flatulence. At Budenofalk I found no improvement – even under treatment of renewed thrust. Therefore, deposition. I still take Decortin one more time. But I started with 40mg. First quick recovery. Now I have to take Decortin for a week, then the therapy is over. The complaints are getting more and more every day.

    Side effects: Hematopoietic change
  3. Milton E. Johnson says:
    4.5 rating

    Salofalk for Morbus crohn

    For 5 years diagnosed Crohn, almost throughout with treatment by Budenofalk, Salofalk, Azathioprin in normal amounts. Temporary treatment with cortisone in usual amounts, never for more than 3 months. In case of cortisone relatively strong side effects: full moon face, euphoria, maybe depression, maybe / relatively sure stunting, stretch marks, blood count changes, dizziness, headache. Very good effect and therefore also recommended. Side effects, except for stretch marks, largely corrected, currently no intake. Azathioprine to maintain the remission phase. Relatively good effect, even if thrusts were never completely prevented (which is hardly possible). Hardly any side effects observed in me: changes in the blood picture (only slightly), increased risk of infection (relative), nausea (only in the beginning). Side effects currently largely eliminated. Salofalk to maintain the remission phase: very good effect, but not a miracle cure. Virtually no side effects: nausea (initially). Side effect resolved. I can recommend as there are virtually no side effects. Budenofalk to maintain the remission phase: very good effect, but again no miracle cure. Side effects similar to those in cortisone, but in a significantly attenuated form.