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Cyclosporin (Cyclosporin, also spelled Cyclosporine) is an immunosuppressant drug used in a variety of applications.

Discovered in 1969, when it was derived from a Norwegian fungus, Cyclosporin has since become widely used around the world to treat numerous conditions in both medical and veterinary fields.

Immunosuppression can result in severe consequences; a prescription is required to buy Cyclosporin and we strongly advise following doctor instructions very carefully for the duration of treatment.

Warning -- Before You Buy Cyclosporin 

There are two types of Cyclosporin on the market:
  • The original version, labeled "Cyclosporin," and
  • A modified version, which is typically labeled "Cyclosporin (modified)."
These two medications are different! Be very careful to use only the specific version you were prescribed; do not buy Cyclosporin (modified) if you were prescribed Cyclosporin; likewise if you were prescribed Cyclosporin (modified), do not buy Cyclosporin

Both Cyclosporin and Cyclosporin (modified) may have an 'e' at the end; Cyclosporine is a common alternate spelling.

What's Treated with Cyclosporin

The mechanism by which Cyclosporin acts and the numerous conditions it treats are very complex, and so difficult to summarize. In short, the drug is used to suppress the immune system, which reduces the symptoms of conditions caused by an overactive immune system, such as:
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Psoriasis
  • Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
  • Pyoderma gangrenosum
  • Autoimmune urticaria (hives)
  • Ulcerative colitis (inflammatory bowel disease)
  • Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (dry eye syndrome)
It also sees widespread use as an immunosuppressant to prevent organ rejection after an organ transplant.

Cyclosporin is being used experimentally in treating numerous other ailments, ranging from asthma to heart disease to reducing brain damage after traumatic injury. Though the drug shows promise in these areas, it is not yet possible to get a prescription to buy Cyclosporin for treatment of these conditions.

Administration Methods

Cyclosporin comes in a few different forms: Oral capsules, oral solution, eyedrop solution, and injectable. Eyedrops are, obviously, for eyes. Injections, capsules and oral solutions are suitable for everything else, though injections are rarely prescribed for home use unless under care of a professional.

A rough generalization of common dosages are as follows:
  • Cyclosporin is usually taken twice a day for all conditions.
  • Doses should be split as evenly apart as possible (12 hours).
  • Organ Transplant -  10 to 15 mg daily, gradually tapering off.
  • Psoriasis - 2.5 mg daily, to be adjusted according to patient response.
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis - 1.5 to 3 mg daily, increased to 5 mg daily.
  • Atopic Dermatitis - 2.5 to 5 mg daily.
  • Dry Eyes - 2 drops daily.
Treatment with Cyclosporin rarely lasts more than one year, due to increased odds of side effects after that time period. It may be as short as a few days to treat "outbreaks" of a condition like dermatitis, or several weeks or months for an organ transplant.

While Taking Cyclosporin

In the interest of safety, rapid healing and well-being, there are some things to keep in mind for the duration of treatment with Cyclosporin:
  • Inform all physicians, pharmacists, dentists, and other health-care related practitioners that you're taking Cyclosporin.
  • Dental check-ups should be performed every three or four months for the duration of treatment.
  • Avoid eating grapefruit or drinking grapefruit juice while taking this medication; it may interfere with effectiveness.
  • Avoid any and all other medications, including non-prescription, without explicit permission from your doctor.
  • You should be receiving regular blood tests every two weeks to ensure the medication is working as intended.
  • Immunosuppressants put you at much greater risk of infection; take care to avoid exposure when possible and monitor wounds closely.
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