Duvadilan 5 MG Injection is a vasodilator. It helps to widen your blood vessels and increase blood flow. It is used to treat diseases such as Buerger’s disease, Raynaud’s disease, obliterans, arteriosclerosis or cerebrovascular deficiency. Taking Duvadilan 5 MG Injection has shown to markedly lower the signs of numbing or tingling sensation, cold hands and feet and improve poor memory. Duvadilan 5 MG Injection is also found in some places under the brand name of Vasodilan.
Possible side effects from using Duvadilan 5 MG Injection include upset stomach, nausea, dizziness, nervousness. Severe reactions that may require medical supervision include skin rash, difficulty in breathing, swelling, chest pain, rapid or irregular heartbeat. For precautionary reasons also consult your doctor if:
The dosage for Duvadilan 5 MG Injection as prescribed by your doctor varies from person to person. It will be determined by the seriousness of your condition, your previous medical history, your age, height, weight and gender. This medication is available for purchase in 10 mg or 20 mg oral tablet. It is generally taken around three to four times a day with a glass of water. You are advised to get your blood tests done during the period of Duvadilan 5 MG Injection treatment in order to record the progress and side effects if any. In case you miss a dose take it the moment you remember it. However, if it is already time for the next one do not double dose but skip the missed one. In case of a mishap of drug overdose seek medical help immediately.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Internal Medicine Specialist before using this medicine.