Thaloda – Thalidomide 100mg Capsule
Thalidomide (Thaloda) Capsule – Treatment for Multiple Myeloma
Multiple myeloma and lepra reaction are treated with Thalidomide or Thaloda Capsule. This treatment is part of a class of drugs that influence the way your immune system operates. Thaloda Capsules should be taken on an empty stomach but try to take them at the same time each day for the best results. Your doctor will determine the appropriate dose and frequency of administration. This can vary depending on the reason you’re being treated and may alter over time. You should follow your doctor’s instructions in the letter. It can have potentially dangerous negative effects if taken incorrectly or in excess. You may not see or feel the advantages for several weeks or months, but do not stop taking it until your doctor advises you to.
Thalidomide is manufactured by Alkem Laboratories Limited, which is an Indian multinational pharmaceutical firm based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India that makes and sells pharmaceutical generics, formulations, and nutraceuticals in India and across the world.
USES OF THALIDOMIDE (THALODA) 100MG CAPSULE
- Multiple myeloma
- Lepra reaction
HOW THALIDOMIDE (THALODA) 100MG CAPSULE WORKS
Thalidomide regulates the immune system’s function and aids in the indirect attack on cancer cells. In cancer, it also inhibits the formation of blood vessels.
Fedelty Health Care is a certified Thalidomide Bulk Pharma Exporter, Cargo Bulk Supplier, and pharmaceutical wholesaler in India.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Follow your doctor’s instructions on the dosage and duration of this medication. Thaloda Capsule should be consumed on an empty stomach.
SIDE EFFECTS OF THALIDOMIDE (THALODA) 100MG CAPSULE
- Edema (swelling)
- Loss of appetite
- Decreased white blood cell count
- Decreased calcium level in blood
- Weight gain
- Muscle weakness
- Blood clots
- Dry skin
- Weight loss
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
Thalidomide may induce negative effects that impair your driving abilities. With Thaloda Capsule, you may have adverse effects such as dizziness, weariness, drowsiness, or impaired vision, which might impair your ability to drive.
In people with renal illness, Thalidomide is probably safe to take. Based on the limited evidence provided, a Thaloda Capsule dosage change may not be necessary for these individuals. Please seek medical advice.
In people with liver illness, Thalidomide or Thaloda Capsule is probably safe to use. Based on the limited evidence provided, a Thaloda Capsule dosage change may not be necessary for these individuals. Please seek medical advice.
Thalidomide is extremely dangerous to use when pregnant. Seek medical counsel, since research on pregnant women and animals has indicated that there are considerable risks to the growing infant.
Thalidomide should not be used when nursing. The medicine may transfer into breastmilk and damage the newborn, according to limited human research.
Fedelty Health Care is a Thalidomide bulk pharma exporter (Thaloda Exporter) and pharmaceutical third-party manufacturer operating businesses in Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Cambodia, Oman, Brazil, Lebanon, Chile, Peru, Cuba, and Fiji. Other services they provide are hospital supply, government supply, named patient supply, cold chain supply, and drop shipping.