Azathioprine 50 mg: As An Antiproliferative & Immunosuppressive Agent
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Azathioprine 50 mg is a medication that treats diseases associated with your immune system. It is used to prevent renal transplant rejection, treat Crohn's disease, rheumatoid arthritis-RA, and ulcerative colitis. The azathioprine 50 mg comes in tablet form, and it should be swallowed (oral). Your white blood cell count (WBC) and weight determine the dosage of azathioprine that is prescribed. The starting azathioprine dose is low and is slowly increased. Azathioprine tablets are generally taken twice daily. You may take this medicine with food in order to reduce nausea and abdominal symptoms.