Idrofos Inj - 3mg/ 3 ml
|Strength||3mg/ 3 ml|
|Generic Name||Ibandronic Acid|
Idrofos Inj - 3mg/ 3 ml
Idrofos injection is a prescription drug used for the treatment or prevention osteoporosis in postmenopausal women. Osteoporosis is a condition in which bones become weak and thin, and the risk of fractures also increases. Ibandronic acid, the active ingredient of the medicine belongs to the group of medicines called bisphosphonates. Ibandronic acid is effective in reversing bone loss by stopping the bone mass in women who take medicine and stop more loss of bones. Its use in women lower the chances of breaking bones.
Clinical Uses Of Idrofos Injection
Idrofos injection is supplied in the form of the vial for injection purpose. It is used as a treatment to reduce bone damage in women who have osteoporosis or suffering from thinning of bones. Thinning of bone increases the risk of fractures which can e be reduced by Idrofos injection. The medicine contains Ibandronic acid which may cause drop-in calcium levels in the bloodstream; hence it should not be used in people with low calcium levels.
Use Indrofos injection 3mg/3ml as instructed by your health care provider. Follow the directions, do not use in large amounts than prescribed. Consult your health care provider if you experience any side effect while using Ibandronic acid injection. Make sure you complete the treatment course. Do not discontinue the treatment without discussing with your health care provider. The medicine should be injected under the supervision of a health care specialist.
Warnings Pregnant women should avoid the use of Idrofos injection. The risk and benefits associated with the medicine should be discussed with your healthcare specialist before using the medication. The drug is not recommended for nursing mother. Your health care provider may ask you to discontinue breastfeeding or to discontinue the drug based on the health condition.
Ibandronic acid may produce severe musculoskeletal pain. If you report symptoms such as severe joint, bone, or muscle pain, discontinue treatment under your health care specialist’s supervision. It should not be given to pediatric patients.
Potential Side Effects
Stop using the medicine and talk to your physician if you experience side effects that persist or troubles you. The commonly reported side effects of Idrofos include headache, diarrhea, heartburn, musculoskeletal pain, pain, swelling or redness at the site of injection.
All the possible drug interactions are not listed in this medication guide inform your health care specialist about all the medication that you have been using or have used in the past to control any of your medical condition. Check the list of possible drug interactions with your health care specialist and do not use the immunosuppressants, cidofovir, and deferasirox while using Ibandronic acid.