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Azathioprine belongs to a group of drugs called immunosuppressants, which control the actions of the body’s immune system. Sometimes our immune system reacts excessively to abnormal cells and diseases or it attacks healthy tissue instead. This leads to various autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, multiple sclerosis, atopic dermatitis and restrictive lung disease. Azathioprine helps suppress these unwanted reactions from the immune system and effectively combats or slows down the related condition. In addition, Azathioprine prevents the body from rejecting transplanted organs.


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  • Used for the treatment of various autoimmune diseases
  • Effectively prevents the body from rejecting transplanted organs
  • Increased survival rates, when used for the treatment of lung diseases, compared to similar medication
  • Effective for the maintenance of remission in patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Moderate alcohol consumption is allowed


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How does Azathioprine work?

Azathioprine belongs to a group of drugs called immunosuppressants, which control the actions of the body’s immune system. Under normal circumstances, our immune system helps us fight diseases by recognizing and attacking pathogens and abnormal cells. However, sometimes the immune system reacts excessively to these threats or attacks healthy tissue instead. This leads to various autoimmune diseases. Azathioprine helps suppress these unwanted reactions from the immune system by interfering with the production of the DNA of white blood cells. This stops the cells from dividing and multiplying and eventually decreases their number. Because the immune system relies on these white blood cells, its actions are thus effectively reduced.

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Can I drink alcohol while taking Azathioprine?

There is a general agreement that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol (1-2 standard drinks once or twice a week) while taking Azathioprine should not cause any problems.

However, excessive alcohol use (more than 4 drinks a week) should be avoided while taking this medication. Alcohol and Azathioprine both affect the liver and a combined use could cause serious liver conditions.

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How much time does Azathioprine need to take effect?

The initial effects of Azathioprine are usually felt within 6-8 weeks from the start of the treatment. Maximum improvement of the symptoms may take up to 26 weeks.

Some patients may have to take Azathioprine for up to 5 years in total as long as it is effective and no serious side effects occur. If you discontinue treatment for more than a few weeks, there is a risk your condition may get worse.

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Can I take Azathioprine while pregnant or breast feeding?

Azathioprine is classed as FDA Pregnancy Category D, which means it can potentially harm an unborn baby. Inform your doctor immediately if you are pregnant or become pregnant during treatment with Azathioprine.

Do not use this medication while breastfeeding. Azathioprine passes into breast milk and could potentially harm a nursing infant. If you are breastfeeding and want to start treatment with Azathioprine, contact your doctor immediately.

Azathioprine may also lower the effectiveness of intrauterine forms of birth control (which are placed inside the womb) and this could result in pregnancy. Discuss alternative forms of birth control with your physician.

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What is the recommended dosage of Azathioprine?

The recommended dosage of Azathioprine ranges from 1.5 – 2.5 mg per kilogram of body weight per day. The maximum daily dose is usually 75 mg to 100 mg.

Your doctor will determine the right dosage for you based on a number of factors, including your height, weight, age, general health and the condition being treated.

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