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Imrotab Ivermectin 12 mg
Imrotab 12mg- Ivermectin Tablet
Imrotab Ivermectin 12 mg
Imrotab 12mg contains Ivermectin, which belongs to a class of highly active broad-spectrum antiparasitic agents. It acts by killing the developing worms. It is useful in treating:
- Gastrointestinal strongyloidiasis
- Suspected or diagnosed microfilaraemia in patients with lymphatic filariasis due to Wuchereria bancrofti
- Sarcoptes scabies. Treatment should be initiated when the doctor has identified the diagnosis of scabies.
The antiparasitic drug has not been shown to have any activity against the adult worm of any species of filariae. When treated for scabies, you should follow hygienic measures to prevent reinfection and follow the recommendations regarding cleaning clothing and bedding.
How to use (infographics and instructions)
Imrotab 12 mg should not be used in patients with known hypersensitivity to the active substance or any of the excipients. Always take medicine as your doctor has told you. The medicine is supplied in a tablet that you must take with water on an empty stomach. In general, the dose depends on your illness and weight. If you think you have taken too many Imrotab tablets, call your doctor straight away. Ivermectin is a single dose treatment; therefore, it is less likely to miss a dose. If you did not take your dose at the prescribed time, take it as soon as possible with enough water on an empty stomach. For best results, follow the dosage stated by your doctor. If in doubt, discuss with your doctor. To children under six years of age, the tablet should be given in the crushed form.
Precautions (warning, allergy, things to remember)
To help avoid side effects associated with Imrotab 12 mg and ensure proper use, speak to your doctor before you take Ivermectin. Discuss any health problem you may have, including if you:
- Have a weak immune system
- You are pregnant or breastfeeding
Tell your doctor about all the medicines you take, including any minerals, vitamins, and herbal supplements. Avoid the use of warfarin while receiving this antiparasitic drug.
Side effects of Imrotab 12mg
These are not all the possible side effects you may experience while receiving Imrotab. If you develop side effects that are not mentioned here, contact your doctor. Common side effects associated with the drug include low blood pressure and worsening of asthma. People with intestinal strongyloidiasis may develop dizziness, weakness, tremors, loss of appetite, constipation or diarrhoea. People with an infection of the worm Loa Loa may get neck pain, backache, seizure, abnormal brain function, difficulty standing, bleeding in the whites of your eyes, loss of control of your bladder or bowels. People infected with the worm Onchocerca volvulus may have side effects such as muscle pain, headache, fast heart rate, swelling of lymph nodes, bleeding in the whites of your eyes, and swelling of your eyelids. Report these side effects to your doctor.