Your doctor may need to delay your treatment or adjust your dose of hydroxyurea depending on your response to treatment and any side effects that you may experience.
Methotrexate is a type of drug called an antimetabolite or antifolate.
This will help you to remember to take letrozole regularly.
Tamoxifen comes as a tablet to take by mouth.
This is because bicalutamide results in slightly increased serum testosterone and estradiol levels, whereas leuprolide results in decreased serum testosterone and estradiol levels.
Cyclophosphamide tablets are best taken early in the day about an hour before a meal.
Methotrexate causes embryotoxicity, abortion, and fetal defects in humans.
If you are taking chemotherapy medications while taking tamoxifen, there is a small increase in the risk for developing blood clots.
Because of its ability to increase liver enzyme levels, ondansetron should be used cautiously in patients with impaired liver function.
Although no pharmacokinetic drug interaction between ondansetron and tramadol has been observed, data from 2 small studies indicate that ondansetron may be associated with an increase in patient controlled administration of tramadol.
However, on the basis of available data, no dosage adjustment for ondansetron is recommended for patients on these drugs.
Flutamide may cause low levels of red blood cells.
The results indicated that ondansetron tends to be incompatible with drugs that have alkaline pH values.
Your doctor will do blood tests to monitor for this and adjust your dose of capecitabine or temporarily stop it if your blood counts are too low.
Exposure to cyclophosphamide in utero may cause miscarriage, foetal growth retardation, and foetotoxic effects manifesting in the newborn, including leukopenia, anaemia, pancytopenia, severe bone marrow hypoplasia, and gastroenteritis.
Before taking ondansetron, tell your doctor if you have liver disease, or a personal or family history of Long QT syndrome.
Ondansetron is used to prevent and treat feelings of sickness and vomiting caused by chemotherapy, radiotherapy and after surgery.