What are the side effects of sulodexide?

There is no interaction between sulodexide and other drugs used as long-term treatment for peripheral vascular disease. It is well tolerated, and the adverse reactions described after oral administration are related mainly to transient gastrointestinal intolerance, ie, nausea, dyspepsia, and minor bowel symptoms.

How long should you take Sulodexide?

Treatment may be started with parenteral form for 15-20 days, then continued with oral form for 30-40 days. Repeat treatment cycle for at least 2 times a yr. Should be taken on an empty stomach.

What is Angioflux?

Sulodexide (Angioflux) is used in the treatment of various vascular disorders with increased risk of thrombosis, including chronic venous ulcers, intermittent claudication, peripheral arterial occlusive disease, post myocardial infarction and diabetic nephropathy. 1-2 softgel capsules twice daily before meals.

Can blood thinners cause side effects?

Aside from bleeding-related issues, there are several side effects that have been linked to blood thinners, such as nausea and low counts of cells in your blood. Low blood cell count can cause fatigue, weakness, dizziness and shortness of breath. Be careful mixing medications.

When should I take Keltican?

Food supplement. Directions: Take 1 capsule per day with fluids. For adult use only.

What are the uses of vessel due-F capsule?

Vessel Due-F Capsuleworks by treating arterial and venous thrombosis. Detailed information related to Vessel Due-F Capsule’s uses, composition, dosage, side effects and reviews is listed below.

Is it safe to take vessel due F 250 LSU capsules?

Excretion of Vessel Due F 250 LSU Capsule is unknown in human milk so the risk on breastfed babies cannot be excluded. It is not advisable to be used during breastfeeding. Vessel Due F 250 LSU Capsule usually does not affect the ability to drive. Do not drive unless you are feeling well.

Is it safe to drink alcohol while taking vessel due F250?

However, alcohol may accentuate the side effects of Vessel Due F 250 LSU Capsule such as headache, dizziness or heartburn. Animal studies do not show reproductive toxicities but there are limited data on the use of Vessel Due F 250 LSU Capsule in pregnant women. Thus, it is not advisable to be used during pregnancy.

What should I monitor when using due-F vessels?

Periodically monitor hemocoagulative parameters. Pregnancy. Cap: Occasionally GI disorders eg, nausea, vomiting, epigastralgia. Inj: Occasionally pain, burn & hematoma at inj site. View Vessel Due-F storage conditions for details to ensure optimal shelf-life.