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Talk to your rheumatologist about all of your medical conditions, including if: You have any kind of infection, as you may have a higher chance of getting serious side effects from an infection while taking ORENCIA. Infections include: Small infections such as an open cut or sore to whole body infections such as the flu. Any infection that will not go away or a history of infections that keep coming back.
Viral hepatitis, a viral infection that affects the liver. Tell your rheumatologist if you have or have ever had viral hepatitis. Tell your rheumatologist if you have ever had TB or a positive skin test for TB, or have recently been in close contact with someone who has ever had TB. Call your rheumatologist if you notice any symptoms of TB, including: a cough that does not go away, weight loss, fever, or night sweats.
You have diabetes. Tell your rheumatologist about all of your medical treatments, including if: You are scheduled to have surgery. You recently received or are scheduled to receive vaccinations.
Prescription medications or over-the-counter medications. Vitamins or herbal supplements. Let your rheumatologist know if you are a woman who is: Pregnant or considering pregnancy. Breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed.
Doing so may increase your chances of getting a serious infection.
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