Ibandronate Sodium 150 mg tablet Bandrone
Trade Name:– Bandrone
Manufacturer: Natco Pharma Ltd
What is Ibandronate Sodium 150 mg tablet used for?
Ibandronate sodium 150 mg is used to prevent and treat specific sorts of bone loss (osteoporosis). Osteoporosis makes bones more slender and breaks them all the more without any problem. Your risk of developing osteoporosis increases after menopause, as you age, or if you take corticosteroid medications (such as prednisone) for an extended period of time.
Is Bandrone tablet safe?
Many people who take this medication don’t have any real side effects. Notify your doctor right away if you have any genuine side effects, such as increased or extreme bone/joint/muscle pain, new or unusual hip/thigh/crotch pain, jaw pain, or vision changes.
When should you take Ibandronate Sodium 150 mg tablet Bandrone?
You should take ibandronate sodium 150 mg soon after you get up in the first part of the prior day you eat or drink anything. Never take a Bandrone 150 mg tab before going to bed or before waking up in the afternoon.
How long can you take ibandronate sodium?
Your primary care physician may advise you to stop taking bisphosphonates for 3 to 5 years to reduce the risk of these uncommon confusions. This is, in some cases, called a bisphosphonate occasion. Individuals who have extreme osteoporosis might have to hang tight for quite some time before they quit ingesting these medications.
What is Ibandronate sodium?
Bandrone 150 mg tab is a professionally prescribed medication used to treat or forestall osteoporosis in women after menopause.
Bandrone 150 mg tab (ibandronate sodium 150 mg) is a nitrogen-containing bisphosphonate that represses osteoclast-interceded bone resorption.
The Bandrone 150 mg tab is accessible as a white, elongated, 150 mg film-covered tablet for once-monthly use in the month-long oral organization.
How do you take Ibandronate sodium?
- Take your prescription first thing in the morning.
- It’s better to take it first thing in the morning.
- Sucking, chewing, or crushing the tablet is not recommended.
- With a full glass of pure tap water, swallow it completely.
- When swallowing the tablets, you must sit up straight or stand up.
- What are the side effects of ibandronate sodium?
- back pain,
- redness or swelling in your eyes
- flu-like symptoms,
- nausea, or stomach upset.
- If you have pain in your arms or legs,
- There is redness or swelling where Boniva was injected.
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