What is Accrufer?
Accrufer is a replacement for iron product for adults in the treatment of iron deficiency.
Accrufer is also employed for other purposes that are not covered in this guideline for medication.
Take only according to the directions. Inform your doctor if are taking other medicines or have any other medical condition or allergies.
Before You Take This Drug
Before you start taking this medicine, make sure to consult your doctor.
It is not recommended to take Accrufer If you have an allergy to its ingredients, or are suffering from hemochromatosis or iron overload (the building up of excessive iron) If you've had a history of repeated blood transfusions. Consult your physician if you have ever suffered an inflammatory bowel condition. Inform your doctor that you are expecting or planning to be pregnant. Accrufer absorbs in a manner that is unlikely to harm the unborn baby. If you have an iron deficiency that is not treated, pregnancy could increase the chance from anemia (low red blood cells) or premature birth or a baby with a low birth weight. The benefits in treating deficiency iron this medication could outweigh any dangers to the baby.
Ferric maltol is unlikely to be absorbed into breast milk. Talk to your doctor about Accrufer in case you breastfeed.
How to Take Accrufer?
Follow all instructions on the prescription label and read the medication guide or instructions sheets.
Have a full stomach at least an hour before or two hours following a meal.
Suck the capsule whole, and don't crush or chew on it, break it or even open it.
Accrufer is typically used for 12 weeks.
There is a chance that you will require medical tests to determine the length of time you're required to take advantage of Accrufer.
What Happens If I Miss a Dose?
Consult your physician for instructions in case you missed the dose.
What Happens If I Overdose?
Get medical attention immediately or contact for help at the Poison Help line at 1-800-222-1222. Seek medical attention immediately in the event that a child accidentally swallowed tablets. A high dose of iron could cause death for the child who is just beginning to develop.
The symptoms of an overdose can include nausea, stomach pain vomiting, diarrhea the sensation of cold or skin that is clammy, confusion, disturbance and feeling lightheaded. rapid breathing as well as irregular heart beats.
What Should be Avoided?
Do not consume dimercaprol or iron supplements, or any vitamin or mineral supplement that your doctor hasn't prescribed or suggested.
Accrufer Side Effects
Contact a medical professional immediately If you are experiencing symptoms that indicate an allergic reaction such as hives; difficulty breathing and swelling of your lips, face tongue, throat, or face.
Do not take Accrufer and consult your physician immediately in case you suffer from inflammatory bowel disease and notice a flare-up of symptoms like diarrhea or stomach cramps blood in your stool or loss of appetite as well as the loss of weight.
Common adverse consequences of Accrufer can be:
Stomach pain, bloating, gas, nausea, vomiting;
Constipation, diarrhea constipation;
Changes in color and tone of the stool movements.
Contact your doctor to get medical advice on adverse effects.
Adverse Side Effects
In addition to the beneficial effects In addition to its necessary effects, ferric Maltol (the active ingredient found within Accrufer) can cause undesirable side negative effects.
While none of these adverse reactions can be present, if they do occur, they might require medical attention. HTML0 Contact emergency assistance immediately in the event that any of these symptoms of an overdose happen during the course of ferric maltol
The signs of an overdose
Rapid deep breath
Stomach pain or cramps
Unusual fatigue or fatigue
Interaction With Other Drugs
The use of Accrufer when combined with other oral medicines can alter the way that your body absorbs the different drugs. You should take your dose 4 hours prior or 4 hours after having taken any other medication by mouth.
Other medications may interact with Accrufer other medications, such as prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal products. Discuss with your physician all other medications you take.