Febucip 40mg (Febuxostat Tablet)

SKU 1420
Generic For Uloric
Strength 40 mg
Generic Name Febuxostat
Manufacturer Cipla
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30 Tablet/s US$ 0.29 US$ 8.56
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 Febucip 40 mg (Febuxostat)

Febucip 40mg is an option for the management of chronic hyperuricemia in gout. It is only recommended for people who are intolerant of allopurinol or for whom allopurinol is not suitable. The pharmaceutical drug is rigorously tested on diverse parameters to assure its pure range. The medication contains the active component Febuxostat, which is classified as a xanthine oxidase inhibitor. The active pharmaceutical ingredient exerts its therapeutic effects by decreasing the concentration of uric acid levels in the bloodstream. Along with Febuxostat, Febucip medication is well processed with the supreme class ingredients and latest technology under the direction of clinical experts.

What is Febucip used for?

Febucip treats gout by reducing serum uric acid levels. Gout develops due to uremia, which results in abnormally high blood uric acid levels. Higher levels of uric acid may form crystals around the joints that ultimately leads to sudden and extreme pain along with swelling and stiffness.

How does Febucip 40mg work?

Febucip’s active ingredient Febuxostat reduces uric acid levels. Maintaining the uric acid by taking Febucip tablets once daily stops the build-up of crystals and over time reduces the symptoms of gout. It is extremely beneficial for the prevention of gout attacks but does not treat them once they occur.

Where to buy Febucip 40mg online?

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What does Febucip contain?

Febucip 40mg contains the active substance Febuxostat, which works by lowering the uric acid levels in the blood of an individual suffering from hyperuricemia in gout.

What are the side effects of Febucip?

The most common side effects associated with Febucip tablets include a headache, rash, diarrhea, liver function test abnormalities, and nausea. Uncommon side effects of the medication include dizziness, increase in blood amylase, edema, increase in blood creatine, arthralgia, altered sense of taste, fatigue, and a decrease in platelet count. An individual taking Febuxostat can rarely develop insomnia, renal insufficiency, asthenia, and nervousness. People suffering from ischemic heart disease or congestive heart failure should not take these tablets. Most side effects are mild to moderate in severity, and most of them occur in people receiving a high dosage of Febucip tablets.

What medications interact with Febucip?

You must inform your health care specialist in case you are taking any medication (prescription or non-prescription medication, or herbal supplements). It is especially important to let your healthcare specialist know if you are taking pharmaceutical medications containing any of the following substances as may affect the working of your gout medication and for it, your healthcare specialist may wish to consider necessary measures:

  • Theophylline for treating asthma
  • Mercaptopurine used for the treatment of cancer
  • Azathioprine for reducing immune response

How should Febucip be used?

The recommended dose for treating hyperuricemia in patients with gout is 40 mg and 80 mg once per day. 40 mg once daily is the initial dose for people suffering from hyperuricemia. Patients who do not attain the targeted levels of uric acid levels that are less than 6 mg per dl after two weeks with the initial dose can switch to a higher dose of 80 mg. Visit your healthcare specialist for testing the target serum uric acid level of less than 6 mg per dl may early as two weeks after starting Febucip treatment.

When should Febucip not be used?

The medication is not suitable for children under the age of 18 because the safety and efficacy have not been established in this population. It is still not known whether the medication can harm your unborn child, therefore avoid taking it if you are pregnant. Also, speak to your health care specialist if you are breastfeeding or planning to conceive.

How long should Febucip be used?

Continue to take Febucip tablets every day at a scheduled time when you are not experiencing a gout attack.

Missed dose of Febucip

If you miss to take the dose of your hyperuricemia medication, take it as when you remember unless it is time for your next dose. In case, it is already time to take the next dose, miss, out the forgotten dose and take the next dose at the normal time.

How should Febucip be stored?

The medicinal product does not require any special storage condition but makes sure that you keep it away from the reach of children and away from wet places.

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