Ralista 60 mg
Ralista 60 mg is used in treating and preventing osteoporosis (a condition in which the bones become brittle from loss of tissue) in women after menopause.
Ralista 60 mg (Raloxifene hydrochloride)
Ralista tablets are discovered for the treatment and prevention of postmenopausal women suffering from osteoporosis and breast cancer. It comprises of an active ingredient called Raloxifene hydrochloride, which comes under the category of estrogen antagonists. It significantly reduces the risk of fracture as well as the risk of invasive breast cancer in postmenopausal women. A decline in the level of a natural hormone called estrogen in menopausal women results in loss of bone density, making the bones brittle thereby increasing the risk of fractures. In the case of breast cancer, the active agent blocks the effect of estrogen in the breast and prevents certain types of breast cancer.
What is Ralista used for?
Ralista 60 mg is used in treating and preventing osteoporosis (a condition in which the bones become brittle from loss of tissue) in women after menopause. It is also recommended by the physicians to reduce the risk of invasive breast cancer in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis as well as reducing the risk of invasive breast cancer in women who are at high risk of invasive carcinoma of the breast after menopause. The medicine may also be prescribed for the conditions not mentioned in this document.
How does Ralista work?
Ralista tablets contain Raloxifene hydrochloride as the beneficial ingredient. It belongs to the group of drugs known as a selective estrogen receptor modulator. The level of the estrogen (a female sex hormone) goes down in women after menopause. The active component mimics the essential effects of the hormone in postmenopausal women.
Where to buy Ralista online?
Ralista tablets are available online at discounted price for a quick and easy purchase. You can buy Ralista 60 mg online far cheaper than your other local pharmacies.
What does Ralista contain?
Each film coated Ralista tablet contains 60 mg of Raloxifene hydrochloride as the main active ingredient.
What are the side effects of Ralista?
Ralsta 60 mg has many side effects. Consult your physician if you have any of the following troublesome effects:
- Pain in the legs or joints
- Stomach pain
- Mild vertigo
- Runny or stuffy nose
Call your physician if you take Ralista 60 mg and have unexplained symptoms such as:
- Trouble breathing
- Chest pain
- Body aches
- Lumps in breast
- Balance difficulties
- Sudden cough
- Fast heart rate
- Swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat
- Symptoms of flu
- Numbness especially on the side of the body
- Swelling in lower limbs
- Sore throat
- Painful urination
- Unusual vaginal bleeding
What medications interact with Ralista?
Inform your physician about all the products you use, including prescription/non-prescription drugs and herbal products. Some medications that may interact with Ralista 60 mg are as follows:
- Birth control pills
- Warfarin (blood thinner)
These drugs may interfere with the working of Raloxifene and may cause various unwanted effects. Make sure your physician know that you’re using these drugs.
When should Ralista not be used?
- Ralista 60 mg tablets should not be used in patients with an active or past history of deep vein thrombosis, retinal vein thrombosis, and pulmonary embolism.
- Avoid taking this medicine if you are allergic to Raloxifene hydrochloride or any other ingredients of the formulation.
- It is not suitable for pregnant women, or women who may become pregnant.
- It should be avoided by nursing mother as well.
How should Ralista be used?
Ralista 60 mg tablets are taken by mouth as directed by the physician. Drink plenty of fluids while taking this medicine unless otherwise advised by your physician.
It is always recommended to check with a certified health care specialist before using Raloxifene tablets as the dosage may vary from person to person and condition to condition. Depending on the tolerability and your health condition, your physician may decrease or increase your dose.
How long should you take Ralista
Ralista 60 mg tablets should be used for as long as recommended by the physician.
Missed dose of Ralista
Do not extra doses to compensate the missed one. If you forgot a dose of Ralista 60 mg take it when you remember. Follow your regular dosing schedule from the next day and don’t forget to inform your physician about the missed dose.
How should Ralista be stored?
It should be stored at room temperature. Keep it safe from moisture, direct light, and heat. Do not freeze the medication. Keep it out of the reach of children and pets to avoid the accidental consumption.