Cytotec belongs to a group of medications, which help protect the stomach from negative influence. The active ingredient of the drug helps eliminate unwanted impact of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on the health of the patient. The medicine is approved for prevention of ulcers and related complications during NSAIDs and Aspirin use. Additionally, the drug can be taken for other purposes, not listed in the safety guide.
Recommendations for Safe Cytotec Use
Discuss Cytotec course with your doctor, paying due attention to the risks and possible complications its intake can trigger. The drug should be administered in the exact dose and for the term determined by a medical specialist. Never change the adjustment and do not pass the treatment to other patients, even though they may share your symptoms. Most commonly, Cytotec dosage and other peculiarities of the course will vary, while general instructions remain the same. The active ingredients of the drug promote severe influence on body functions, so you need to administer the treatment regularly and preferably at the same time every day. Take the pill with or without food. The treatment intake can advance the risk of severe cramps, diarrhea, nausea and other symptoms occurrence. However, the disorders are likely to disappear within a few days or several weeks of the treatment course.
Warnings, Contraindications and Precautions
Do not start the medicine intake in case you are allergic to the components of the drug. Pregnant and breastfeeding women are contraindicated for the remedy use. Cytotec is not approved for people under 18 years old. Your medical specialist should be warned about all the health impairments, complications and disorders a patient has, with ultimate consideration to:
Irritable bowel syndrome;
Inflammatory bowel syndrome;
Symptoms of dehydration and others.
Certain prescription and non-prescription drugs, herbal supplements, vitamins and minerals can interfere with Cytotec course, triggering unwanted reactions and side effects. Special dose adjustment can be advised for people with accompanying therapies.
Side Effects and Misuse Outcomes
If properly used, Cytotec is likely to be a fully safe and effective treatment, though its positive influence can be disturbed by the drug misuse or overuse. Seek emergency medical assistance the moment you have noticed allergic reactions, including hives, breathing problems, swelling, itching and others. Your doctor should be also aware of mild disorders, including:
Stomach pain, constipation, nausea;
Vaginal spotting, bleeding and others.
Some symptoms can aggravate triggering more dangerous complications, especially:
Symptoms of dehydration;
Stomach pain and discomfort, etc.