Composition Lenalidomide 25mg
Indication AL amyloidosis, Mantle cell lymphoma, Multiple myeloma, Myelodysplastic syndromes
Packaging 30 Capsule
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LENALSURE 25 mg is targeted immunomodulatory oral drug attaching cancerous cells & preventing its growth

Blood cancer also known as hematologic carcinoma affects the production as well as the functioning of the blood cells. Multiple myeloma is developed from the malignant plasma cells, which are produced from the bone marrow. There is an estimate of more than 1.24 cases of blood carcinoma, accounting for around 6% of the entire cancerous cases in the world. Myelodysplastic syndromes entail a rare disorder that is impacting the blood as well as the bone marrow to a varying degree. The mantle cell lymphoma is the carcinoma in the white blood cells which assists the individuals to fight against the infections. Technically it is known as non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

There is another rare and extremely serious condition AL amyloidosis where there occurs deposition of abnormal proteins which hampers the normal functioning of several organs as well as tissues. An estimate suggests that every 3 minutes in the United States a single person is diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma, and also multiple myeloma. The treatment for these blood cancer disorders is dependent upon the type of leukemia, age, overall health condition, and how far it has spread to the other parts of the body.


Some common treatment options are including a combination of chemotherapy, immunotherapy, targeted, radiation procedure, and hematopoietic cell transplants and there are also ongoing clinical trials conducted for developing new treatments for this disease.  LENALSURE 25 mg is belonging to the class of immunomodulatory compounds. It is being utilized for the treatment of multiple myeloma, mantle cell lymphoma, follicular lymphoma as well as myelodysplastic syndromes

Description about LENALSURE 25 mg

The Lenalsure 25 Mg comprises of Lenalidomide which is acting by assisting out the immune system of the body while attacking the carcinoma cells. So, these targeted immunomodulatory oral drugs retarding the carcinoma cells’ development, arrest the blood vessels to grow, and also stimulate the immune system component for attacking such cancer cells. So, this substance has an immunomodulatory impact and which means that it is impacting the immune system functioning and is behaving as being tumoricidal as well as antiangiogenic(impacting blood vessels, required by the tumor for its growth).

Uses of LENALSURE 25 mg

It is utilized in the treatment of specific blood cancers which include:

  • Multiple myeloma in combination with dexamethasone or when a stem cell transplant is done
  • Myelodysplastic syndromes
  • Follicular lymphoma the patient has already been treated
  • Mantle cell lymphoma or marginal zone lymphoma(both of these have already been treated)

Composition of LENALSURE 25

The main functional compound present in the Lenalsure 25 Mg is Lenalidomide which is found to be effective in the cure of certain specific carcinoma impacting the blood cells for example; multiple myeloma, myelodysplastic syndromes, or follicular lymphoma.

How Lenalidomide 25 is working?

The Lenalsure 25 Mg is acting by arresting the development of the carcinoma cells, stopping the blood vessels from their growth into tumors while at the same time stimulating of the immune system for attacking the cancerous cells.

How to take Lenalidomide?

The LENALSURE 25 mg is available in capsule form. The patient needs to take it with a glass full of water. But ensure to swallow the tablet as a whole and there is no need for breaking and chewing the same. Also, make sure to consume lenalidomide at the same time every day. The capsule needs to be taken either with or without food.

Dosage of LENALSURE 25 mg

The medicinal dosage intake is to be done strictly according to the instructions by the physician as well as the pharmacist. Also make sure to consume the right dosage, neither in less or more amount.

  • What happens if I miss LENALSURE dosage?

If by mistake you missed Lenalsure 25 Mg dosage, and the time is 12 hours or less than when you have to take your regular next dosage, then you can take it. And if the time is more than 12 hours, then don’t take the missed dosage.

  • What to do if I overdosed on this anti-cancerous medicine?

Overdosing leads to the symptoms of nausea, diarrhea & vomiting. Sometimes peripheral neuropathy can also develop. Inform your physician immediately if you suspect that you have overdosed on the medicine.

Side effects of consuming LENALSURE 25

The intake of Lenalidomide may lead to some of undesirable effects. Communicate with your doctor if the discomfort and undesirable symptoms do not go away. Some of the undesirable impacts of this anti-cancerous pill include:

  • diarrhea
  • constipation
  • stomach pain
  • loss of appetite
  • weight loss
  • weakness
  • dizziness
  • taste alternation
  • Burning sensation in tongue, mouth, or throat
  • Losing sense of touch
  • Tingling sensation in hands
  • Sleeplessness
  • depression
  • joint, muscle, backache
  • painful & frequent urination
  • sweating
  • dryness of skin
  • abnormal hair growth in women
  • Any part of body shaking in uncontrolled manner
  • Low libido

Drug interactions

Make sure not to mix Lenalsure 25 Mg in combination with the other medications or other foods/ beverages as this interaction increases the risk of the side effects.

This medication is counter-interacting with:

  • Oral contraceptives
  • Warfarin
  • Digoxin
  • Statins
  • Dexamethasone
  • P-glycoprotein

Storage conditions for LENALSURE 10 mg

Make sure to keep LENALSURE 10 at room temperature. This is away from the light as well as moisture. Also the storage should not be done in the restroom. Never try to flush the unused medication in the drain or toilet and discharge it properly as per instructed.

Drug Warning & Precautions

  • Inform your physician about any allergic reactivity to Lenalidomide or any of the components before starting your treatment
  • Also talk to your doctor in case you have blood clots, cardiac arrest, neuropathy, abnormal heartbeat, elevated/ low blood pressure, increased cholesterol level, signs and symptoms of infections, viral infections, HIV, hepatitis B, liver/renal syndrome or epilepsy
  • Also, the pregnant women must not take LENALSURE 10 as it is detrimental to the foetus
  • Also, make sure not to take Lenalidomide if you are a lactating mother
  • This medication may induce sleepiness, dizziness, vision blurring, or affect your alertness, so don’t drive or indulge in work that requires attention
  • This drug medication is not meant for children and adolescents, below 18 years
  • Also communicate your physician about your unique health condition and the drugs you are taking, including prescription, herbal as well as non-prescription
  • This medication may enhance the blood clot hazards. Immediately contact your health care provider if you notice chest pain, breathing shortness or there is swelling in your arms/ legs
  • There can also be an elevation or reduction in the blood sugar level. Keep monitoring the glucose level regularly while you are already taking this medication
  • Administration of regular blood testing is advisable on a continuous basis before during and even after the medicine course

FAQs(Frequently Asked Questions)

  • Can I take LENALSURE 10 mg while lactating a child?

It is not advisable to take this medication while you are breastfeeding although there is no evidence that it is passing to the human milk

  • Can LENALSURE 10 lead to neutropenia/thrombocytopenia?

LENALSURE 10 leads to neutropenia which entails the reduction in the white blood cells. Or it can also lead to low blood platelets called as thrombocytopenia. Also, make sure to go for the regular blood count checkup while you are on the treatment with Lenalidomide.