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*Based on number of prescriptions from IMS NPA™ Weekly Data (September 27, 2013  - December 21, 2018).


What is TECFIDERA?

TECFIDERA is a pill prescribed to treat people with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS).

How should I take TECFIDERA? Oral pill 2 times daily

  • TECFIDERA is taken as one pill twice a day. Take TECFIDERA exactly as your healthcare professional tells you
  • The recommended starting dose is one 120 mg pill taken by mouth 2 times a day for 7 days. The recommended dose after 7 days is one 240 mg pill taken by mouth 2 times a day
  • It can be taken with or without food
  • Swallow TECFIDERA whole. Be sure not to crush, chew, or sprinkle your pill on food
  • Protect TECFIDERA from light. You can do this by storing the pill in the original pill bottle
  • If you take too much TECFIDERA, call your healthcare professional or go to the nearest hospital emergency room right away

How could TECFIDERA help me?

See how TECFIDERA was shown in clinical studies to impact:

  • Relapses
  • Physical disability progression
  • MRI brain lesions

Who should not take TECFIDERA?

Do not use TECFIDERA if you have had an allergic reaction (such as welts, hives, swelling of the face, lips, mouth or tongue, or difficulty breathing) to TECFIDERA or any of its ingredients.

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TECFIDERA side effects

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Jill’s TECFIDERA story

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TECFIDERA effectiveness

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Understanding Important Safety Information

Before taking any treatment, it’s important to understand as much about it as possible. The Important Safety Information for a treatment describes possible side effects you may experience. It also tells you what information you need to share with your doctor before starting treatment.

On this website, the Important Safety Information appears on each specific treatment page. You'll also find the Indication, which explains the specific condition that the medication was approved to treat by the FDA.