Enfer Syrup drug information describes its compostion, interactions, working methods, uses, side effects, precautions to be taken before taking..etc
Why and for what indications and diseases Enfer Syrup drug is prescribed?
Anemia due to folic acid deficiency
Age related vision loss
Iron deficiency anemia
Increased requirement of fo
What are the side effects (mostly) caused by Enfer Syrup drug?
Persistent itchy rash
Loss of appetite
List of generics and active salts used in Enfer Syrup drug?
Folic acid (vitamin b9) (0.5 mg)
Cyanocobalamin (7.5 mcg)
Ferric ammonium citrate (160 mg)
Zinc (20.61 mg)
How the drug Enfer Syrup works (pharmacology) for patients?
Producing and maturing the red blood cells.
Catalysing the vitamin consumption rejection in the body.
Producing blood cells and platelets in the body.
Regulating the intestinal fluid transport
gene expression and oxidative stress.
What are the other drugs and chemicals interact with Enfer Syrup drug?
What are all the precautions to be taken before administering Enfer Syrup?
Do not take this drug if you are allergic to it
If you are pregnant
planning to become pregnant
or are breastfeeding
If you are taking any prescription or nonprescription medicine
or dietary supplement
If you drink alcohol on a regular basis
If you have allergies to medicines
or other substances
If you have an infection
weakened eye nerve
a buildup of waste in the blood
any kind of anemia
or low blood levels of iron or folic acid
Limit alcohol consumption
Pregnant or breastfeeding
planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding
planning to get pregnant or breastfeeding
When and on what circumstances Enfer Syrup has to be avoided?
Leber's hereditary optic atrophy
Low amount of potassium in the blood
Operation to remove stomach
Untreated vitamin B12 deficiency anemia
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