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Eulexin, also called Flutamide, is an antiandrogen treatment that influences the male body reducing the action of male hormones (androgens). The medication has been successfully used for over 10 years to treat prostate cancer. A combination of Eulexin and another hormone drug helps to eliminate the symptoms of drug cancer even faster. Additionally, the preparation can be recommended for other conditions that are not listed in the information guide (but only according to the doctor’s prescription).
Following the prescription and special doctor’s instructions will help you turn a treatment course into a beneficial issue and notice the first improvements in a while. Never adjust the dose on your own. Eulexin should be taken every 8 hours, though in some cases the intake intervals are different. Much liquid should be consumed during the treatment course to avoid occurrence of severe diarrhea. Probably, you will be recommended to start a diet that will help you eliminate diarrhea appearance. Do not stop Eulexin administration abruptly, without doctor’s approval, since it can activate multiple side effects and worsen the existing symptoms.
Precautions and Contraindications
Patients who are willing to treat prostate cancer fast and without any complications should consult a qualified healthcare provider before the administration of Flutamide. Keep in mind that the drug can lead to severe liver disorders. Thus, call your doctor immediately if you have noticed any symptoms of liver-related complications, such as dark-colored urine, appetite loss, itching, stomach ache, weakness and others. Additionally, frequent blood tests may be required to check liver functioning during Eulexin treatment course.
Patients who are allergic to Flutamide, other components of the medication or similar drugs should not administer Eulexin. Besides, the remedy is prohibited for children and women.
Despite the fact that the treatment should not be used by females, the pharmaceutical can lead to severe birth defects and other complications in case a woman is exposed to the pills while being pregnant or breastfeeding. Provide your healthcare provider with a complete list of health disorders and diseases you have to avoid possible impact of Eulexin on affected areas. Inform your doctor about:
• Hemoglobin M disease;
• Liver disorder;
• Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency and other conditions.
Striving to help your physician provide you with top care and prescribe proper Eulexin dose, tell him/her about all the other non-prescription and prescription medications you use primarily to the beginning of Flutamide intake. A range of drugs may interact with Eulexin, including:
• Anabolic steroids (testosterone precursors, anabolics, androgens);
• Testosterone (gel, patch, injection);
• DHEA and others.
Since it is not a complete list of drugs that can cause serious complications (if combined with Eulexin), provide your doctor with detailed information.
Once you have missed Eulexin dose, take it as soon as possible, but skip it if the following scheduled one should be administered in a while. Never increase or double the medication dose, since its misuse and overuse cause a range of devastating health complications, such as allergic reactions, dark-colored urine, itching, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and others. Seek emergency medical assistance if you have noticed any of these symptoms.
Consult your doctor if common side effects, including hot flashes, vomiting, diarrhea, decreased, libido, ED, etc. do not disappear in a couple of days.
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