Last reply 7 months ago
Cladribine tablets

Hi, had first rounds of Cladribine injections at Royal London last July/ August. My next round due this summer.
Now that Cladribine has been licensed in tablet form in England do you think they’ll let me switch to tablets from injections?

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stumbler
8 months ago

@joni0105 , you’ll have to ask the question.

Let us know the answer please. 😉


curious-one
7 months ago

How have you been going on it?


sciencegeek
7 months ago

You can ask, but it will probably come down to the drug licence and whether you are eligible for the tablets or not.


mmhhpp
7 months ago

@joni01015
I am Waiting to hear from them to see if i can start tablets…unfortunately I don’t know but will let you know when I have more details

Has cladribine work for you?


dj1964
7 months ago

hi.
Ive just been offered Cladribine tablets. My consultant has suggested I come off Tecfidera and given me the choice of Tysabri infusion or Cladribine tablets. Only got diagnosed 18 months ago. Been on Teccy for 9 months. Doesn’t do anything for me.
Ive had no relapses as such but had a pretty poor last 6 month, mobility worse and left hand has times when it seizes up and doesn’t want to work.
I just don’t know what option to go for. I am pretty needle phobic so am put off by the infusion. Cladribine tablets seem a good idea. 2 tablets – month 1 and 2 more – month 2, then that’s it. Seems ideal, but will it help, I just don’t know. Had horrible back spasms and tight chest for a fair few weeks but no idea if this is MS related of something muscular.
Also on 600mg of Gabapentin a day but don’t think that’s doing anything.
Any pointers please. Fed up with the MS people saying it’s your choice. difficult to make a choice when you havent got a clue


strictlysoca
7 months ago

Well since you asked I would take Cladiribine like tomorrow. I’ve been super well on Fingolimod but dreading the next relapse and having to change. I asked about cladribine off label when I went on it but the neuro wasn’t budging. Have a read at the Barts MS blog as they have some really good posts about this.

All the best

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