Inlyta – Axitinib Tablet
AXITINIB (INLYTA) TABLET – TREATMENT OF KIDNEY CANCER
An anti-cancer drug called axitinib Tablet 5mg is used to cure kidney cancer.
How Axitinib Tablet 5mg is used?
You can take Axitinib Tablet 5mg with or without meals, but for best results, take it at the same time each day. Your doctor will determine the appropriate dosage and frequency of administration for you. This is based on the condition you are being treated for and is subject to change. You should follow your doctor’s instructions in the letter. It can have very severe side effects if taken improperly or in excess. The benefits might not become apparent to you for a few weeks or months, but you shouldn’t cease taking it unless your doctor instructs you to.
Common Side effects of the Tablet.
High blood pressure, joint pain, and appetite loss are some of this medication’s most frequent adverse effects. Take the medication your doctor has prescribed to treat your diarrhea and shortness of breath or remain hydrated. While you are taking this medication, your doctor might suggest routine blood pressure checks. If you experience a significant headache, confusion, vision issues, nausea, or vomiting, let your doctor know.
If you are expectant, do not take this tablet unless your doctor has instructed you to. If you have a history of cardiac failure, a weakened immune system (including HIV/AIDS), kidney issues, or liver issues like yellow skin, let your doctor know (jaundice). You might not be a good candidate for this drug. Your practitioner might check your liver function if your course of treatment lasts longer than a month. Do not drive or handle machinery until it is safe to do so because this medication may cause dizziness.
Before taking it, let your doctor know if you suffer from thyroid, liver, or blood issues, or if you take any antibiotics.