What is Endoxana?
Endoxana is a potent immunosuppressive drug that is frequently used in combination chemotherapy regimens to treat leukaemia and other forms of cancer.
What is the main active component in Endoxana?
Endoxana is composed of Cyclophosphamide. This component binds to DNA and prevents cells dividing.
How to take Endoxana?
Swallow the tablets whole, with a full glass of water. They should not be chewed or crushed. Take them early in the day. Take them at the same time every day.
Are there any risks associated with Endoxana consumption?
Cancer and some cancer treatments might enhance the risk of a blood clot. Symptoms of a blood clot might include: pain, redness or swelling in a leg or arm; breathlessness; and chest pain.
Is consumption of Endoxana safe while breastfeeding?
Women are advised not to breastfeed while having this treatment and for some time afterwards. This is because the drugs could be passed to the baby through breast milk.