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HyperRHO S/D Full Dose

Generic name: RHO (D) immune globulin [ROE-D-im-MYOON-GLOB-yoo-lin]

Brand names: HyperRHO S/D Full Dose, HyperRHO S/D Mini Dose, MicRhoGAM Ultra-Filtered Plus, RhoGAM Ultra-Filtered Plus, Rhophylac,… show all 8 brands
Drug class: immune globulins

What is HyperRHO S/D Full Dose?

HyperRHO S/D is a sterilized solution made of human blood. Most people (Rh positives) have Rh in their blood, but others (Rh negatives) don't. Rh-negative people can be exposed by a mismatched transfusion or through pregnancy if the baby is of the opposite blood type. This exposure will cause the Rh-negative blood to produce antibodies that try to destroy Rh-positive blood cells. It can lead to medical complications such as low red blood cells, kidney failure, or shock.HyperRHO Full Dose can be used to prevent an allergic reaction to Rh-positive blood in individuals with Rh-negative blood types. This medicine can also be used to treat immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP).HyperRHO Full Dose can be used in other ways not mentioned in this guide.

Side Effects of HyperRHO S/D Full-Dose

If you experience any of the following symptoms of an allergic reaction, seek immediate medical attention: skin rash, hives, feeling lightheaded, chest pain, difficulty breathing, swelling of your lips, face, tongue, or throat.

HyperRHO Full Dose can cause serious side effects. If you experience:

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  • Dark urine, pale or yellowed skin;
  • Rapid breathing, rapid heartbeat, confusion, feeling of shortness of breath
  • Signs of kidney failure include swelling, little or no urination, and rapid weight gain.
  • Signs of a blood clot include sudden numbness, weakness or slurred words, difficulty with vision, balance, or chest pain. Other symptoms are coughing and swelling in the legs with redness.

HyperRHO Full Dose Side Effects:

  • Nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach pain;
  • Headache, dizziness;
  • Weakness, general feeling of ill-feeling, drowsiness;
  • Joint or muscular pain
  • Flushing (warmth, tingling, or redness);
  • Itching on the skin or mild
  • Increased sweating
  • Pain or tenderness at the injection site.

There may be other side effects. For medical advice on side effects, call your doctor. Contact the FDA by dialing 1-800-FDA-1088 in order to report side effects.

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HyperRHO S/D full dose should not be taken if there is an IgA deficiency or an IgA antibody.RHO(D), an immune globulin, can cause an abnormal breakdown of red blood cells. This can cause life-threatening blood or organ failure.If any of these symptoms arise, do not delay in seeking medical help. Contact your physician as soon as possible for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Before you take this drug

This medicine should not be given to you if:

  • Immune globulin A deficiency (iga), with antibodies to iga
  • Hemolytic anemia is a condition in which there are not enough red blood cells.

Tell your doctor about any of the following to ensure that HyperRHO Full Dose will be safe for you:

  • Anemia history;
  • Heart diseases, or a family history of coronary arterial disease;
  • A bleeding disorder, such as hemophilia;
  • High triglycerides
  • Kidney disease

HyperRHO Full Dose can be used both during and after pregnancy. It is not known if this medicine can harm a child during pregnancy or breastfeeding.Tell your doctor that you plan to get pregnant or are pregnant if this medication is prescribed to treat an incorrect blood transfusion.You must inform your doctor if you are Rh-negative or if you've ever received Rh-positive blood during your lifetime. This can include exposure through a mismatched transfusion or even exposure during your first pregnancy. It is important that you tell your doctor about any exposure to Rh-positive blood in the past. This includes mismatched transfusions or even exposure during your first pregnancy.HyperRHO Full Dose contains human plasma, which can contain viruses and infectious agents. Plasma donated is treated and tested to reduce the possibility of containing infectious agents. However, there is a very small chance that it may transmit disease. Speak to your doctor about any risks or benefits associated with using this medication.

How to take HyperRHO S/D Full Dose?

HyperRHO Full Dose S/D is injected into a muscle vein. This injection will be given in a hospital or clinic setting.After receiving immune globulin, your vital signs, such as breathing, oxygen levels, blood pressure, and oxygen level, will be closely monitored. You may need to have your urine tested every 2 to 3 hours for a minimum of 8 hours.HyperRHO Full Dose can be given to treat pregnancy at regular intervals in the second half of pregnancy and after birth.The medicine is administered when the symptoms of an allergic reaction (when the body begins to produce Rh antibodies) appear.You may need to have frequent blood tests to ensure that this medication is helping you. Your doctor will determine the duration of treatment with HyperRHO Full Dose based on your blood tests, even if you don't notice any changes in your symptoms.HyperRHO Full Dose may cause false lab results for glucose in the blood. Inform any doctor that treats you about your use of this medication.

What happens if I miss the dose?

If you do not attend your appointment for HyperRHO Full Dose, call your doctor to get instructions.

What happens if I overdose?

Call 1-800-222-1222 for poison help or seek immediate medical attention.

What should be avoided?

Do not get a "live vaccine" for at least three months after receiving HyperRHO Full Dose. During this period, the vaccine may not be as effective, and you may not be fully protected from disease. Live vaccines are available for measles (mumps), rubella (MMR), yellow fever, typhoid (typhoid), varicella, chickenpox, zoster, and influenza (nasal flu).

Interaction with other drug

Other drugs, such as vitamins and herbal remedies, may also interact with RHO(D) immunoglobulin. Inform your healthcare providers of all the medicines you are taking and those you plan to take.