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    Old 09-29-2006, 11:01 AM   #1
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    Cellcept, Plaquenil and raised liver enzymes

    I have been on plaquenil for several years and Cellcept for about 4 months. My liver enzymes including my GGPT are all elevated so my primary care dr. said I need to stop Cellcept and plaquenil. I called the Rheumie who had the nurse call me back to say yes go ahead and stop them for a few weeks, get retested and see what happens with the liver enzymes. I am worried about what will happen with my lupus and kidney involvment when I go off of the plaquenil and Cellcept. It is all very frustrating and nerve wracking. Has anyone else experienced this? Thanks for any info.

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