Osteri 750Mcg Injection
Osteri 750Mcg Injection functions exactly like the hormone parathyroid, found naturally in the human body. Osteri 750Mcg Injection is man-made, and helps increase the density of bones and make them stronger, in order to stop fractures.
The drug is used in the treatment of osteoporosis in both men and women. It may also be used in the treatment of other health conditions as determined by our doctor.
To avoid any complications when using Osteri 750Mcg Injection, make sure to inform you medical practitioner about any allergies you have, or health problems like bone disorders, high calcium and phosphate levels in the body, hyperparathyroidism and kidney stones. Also provide him with a list of the different medicine that you are taking presently.
Take the dose that has been prescribed to you by your doctor. Do not tamper with the dosage, unless it is changed by your health care provider. The drug is given in the form of an injection either by a doctor or a nurse. One can even learn how to take the injection on their own.
Diarrhea, dizziness, heartburn, congestion, development of a hoarse voice, indigestion, changes in voice, runny nose, muscle cramp and pain etc. are some minor side effects of Osteri 750Mcg Injection. A few major side effects include weakness, dry mouth, fainting spells, sweating, sore throat, problems with breathing and wheezing.
Limb painModerate Less Common
FaintingModerate Less Common
headacheModerate Less Common
Injection site painModerate Less Common
Increased sweatingModerate Less Common
SleeplessnessModerate Less Common
Excessive tirednessModerate Less Common
Is It safe with alcohol?
Are there any pregnancy warnings?
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
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