Ivetab 12mg OR Ivermerc 12 mg
|Manufacturer||Cooper Pharma Ltd.|
Ivetab 12mg OR Ivermerc 12 mg
Ivetab 12mg contains Ivermectin, which belongs to a class of drugs known as anthelmintic. The antiparasitic agent treats certain parasitic roundworm infections. It is effective against various conditions such as intestinal strongyloidiasis, onchocerciasis, or river blindness. Curing these roundworm infections helps to improve your quality of life. In people with weak immune systems, curing parasitic infections can reduce the risk of life-threatening complications associated with the infection. Anthelmintics works by killing the parasites. Unless your doctor advises, Ivermectin is not a prescription treatment for coronavirus disease or COVID 19.
How to use (infographics and instructions)
Ivetab 12 mg is available as a tablet form of oral administration. Take the tablet on an empty stomach at least an hour before a meal. In general, Ivermectin is taken as a single dose. Your doctor will decide the best dose for you. For best results, follow your doctor’s instructions. The dosage for children is based on their weight and response to treatment. You should tell your doctor if your worm infection persists or worsen.
Precautions (warning, allergy, things to remember)
Before taking Ivetab 12 mg, tell your doctor if you are allergic to this medicine or have other allergies. The product may contain ingredients that can cause an allergic reaction to other serious complications. Before taking Ivermectin, ensure your doctor knows your medical history, especially of liver problems. If you have recently travelled to parts of Africa, you may be infected with certain parasites that could cause problems. Please consult your doctor for more information. The antiparasitic agent may make you dizzy, and alcohol or marijuana consumption can worsen your dizziness. You should avoid driving or using machinery while taking Ivermectin. Limit alcohol and speak to your doctor if you take marijuana. If you have a weak immune system, you may need repeat therapy; your doctor will decide as per your condition. If you are pregnant, let your doctor know that the antiparasitic agent should only be used when needed. Ivetab 12 mg may pass into the breastmilk. However, no evidence shows harm to nursing infants. It is always best to consult your doctor before breastfeeding.
Drug interactions may change how Ivermectin work to increase your risk for serious side effects. Inform your doctor if you take any prescription, non-prescription medicine, or herbal products. Do not stop treatment without your doctor’s approval.
Some medicines that may interact with the drug include benzodiazepines, sodium oxybate, valproic acid, and barbiturates. If you have overdosed and develop serious symptoms such as passing out or difficulty breathing, visit your nearest emergency health care department.
Side effects of Ivetab 12 mg
Muscle pain, headache, nausea, or diarrhoea may occur with Ivetab 12 mg. If you are being treated with river blindness, you may develop joint pain, swollen lymph nodes, eye redness, weakness, vision changes, rash, fever, and itching. Tell your doctor immediately if any of these effects persist for a longer duration or worsen.
Inform your doctor if you have serious side effects, including chest pain, heartbeat, seizures, loss of consciousness, neck pain, back pain, chest pain, fast heartbeat, and confusion. A very serious allergic reaction is rare with Ivermectin. However, keeping a close eye on allergic reaction symptoms, including itching, severe dizziness, rash, itching, and trouble breathing, is important. This is not a complete list of side effects; you may also develop other side effects. Please talk to your doctor about re information.