Mustargen is a prescription medication that works be preventing the development of proteins that are required for cell growth and reproduction in order to effectively treat cancer.
Mustargen injections should be stored in an area that cannot be reached by children or pets. Ensure that the needles or syringes used to administer Mustargen are also stored in an area that cannot be reached by children or pets and that they are properly
Before taking Mustargen, it’s important to notify your doctor if you are: pregnant; planning to become pregnant; breastfeeding; taking any prescription medicines; taking any non-prescription medicines; taking any herbal or dietary supplements; allergic to any medicines, foods or other substances. If you currently have an infection, bone marrow depression, low white blood cell counts or anemia.
While you are taking Mustargen, it’s important to drink lots of fluids and avoid being vaccinated. If your skin comes into contact with Mustargen, contact your doctor right away and wash the area for at least fifteen minutes. The accidental leakage of Mustargen should be avoided at all costs, as this medication may cause severe tissue damage.
Mustargen is generally administered in the form of an injection at your doctor’s office. If your doctor has instructed you to use Mustargen at home, follow your doctor’s instructions exactly as he or she has advised.
Do not use Mustargen if you are allergic to any if it’s ingredients. If you have severe bone marrow depression or if you are pregnant, using Mustargen is not recommended.
Severe Side Effects (seek medical attention): severe allergic reaction, bleeding from the gums, coughing, difficulty swallowing, fever or chills, irregular or absent menstrual periods, pain and swelling at injection site, sore throat, sores on the mouth
Common Side Effects: diarrhea, dizziness, loss of appetite, nausea, skin rash, or vomiting.