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How soon after taking penicillamine will my symptoms improve?

After you begin taking penicillamine, improvement time depends on the type and severity of the condition for which you are taking penicillamine. For example, Wilson's disease symptoms may improve within one to three months, while it may take at least two months for rheumatoid arthritis symptoms to improve. If your symptoms do not improve or worsen, talk to your doctor.

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