Chenodiol 250mg (Chenodeoxycholic acid)
Chenodeoxycholic acid (corrosive) (or Chenodiol) is an epimer of ursodeoxycholic acid (DB01586). Chenodeoxycholic acid is a bile corrosive normally found in the body. It works by dissolving the cholesterol that makes gallstones and repressing generation of cholesterol in the liver and retention in the digestive organs, which diminishes the arrangement of gallstones. It can also diminish the measure of other bile acids that can be hurtful to liver cells when levels are elevated.
How to use Chenodiol Tablet ?
Take this medicine by mouth with or without sustenance(food), for the most part two times per day: once toward the beginning of the day and once during the evening, or as coordinated by your specialist.
Measurement depends on your medical condition, weight, and reaction to treatment.
Warnings and Precautions :
Before taking chenodiol, tell your specialist or drug specialist in the event that you are hypersensitive(allergic )to it; or in the event that you have some other sensitivities. This item may contain inactive ingredients, which can cause hypersensitive(allergic) responses or different issues. Talk to your drug specialist(doctors,pharmacist) for more details.
This drug must not be utilized during pregnancy. It might hurt an unborn child. Estrogen-containing anti-conception medication may expand your danger of gall stones. Talk about the utilization of dependable types of contraception with your specialist. If you become pregnant or think you might be pregnant, tell your specialist(doctor) immediately.
Store at room temperature between 68-77 degrees F (20-25 degrees C) far from light and dampness. Try not to store in the bathroom.Keep all prescriptions away from youngsters and pets.
Do not share this medicine to other people.
Laboratory as well as medical tests, (for example, liver tests, cholesterol tests) should be performed periodically to monitor your advancement or check for symptoms. Counsel your specialist for more details.
Maintaining typical(normal) weight and an eating regimen high in fiber, (for example, wheat) and low in cholesterol/starches may help prevent gall stones. Ask your specialist, drug specialist, or nutritionist for more details.
Side Effects :
- Epigastric distress,
- Liver disease
- Severe dizziness,
- Trouble breathing,
This is not a exhaustive list of side effects and others may occur.Please contact your doctor immediately if any of these symptoms are found.