FAQs ABOUT WYSOLONE 10MG
What are the uses of WYSOLONE 10MG?
WYSOLONE 10MG treats inflammatory and auto-immune conditions such as allergies, inflammation (affecting lungs, blood vessels & heart, bowel, kidneys, muscles, joints, eye or nervous system), skin conditions, infections and cancers (such as leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma). It is also used to prevent organ rejection after transplantation, which is also indicated to boost steroid levels. It is also used to treat hypercalcemia, generally characterized by symptoms such as stomach pain, nausea, bone pain, and muscle weakness.
How does WYSOLONE 10MG work?
WYSOLONE 10MG works by blocking the production of polymorphonuclear leukocytes (immune cells responsible for inflammation and allergic reactions), which prevents the occurrence of inflammatory and allergic reactions in the affected individuals treating inflammatory and auto-immune conditions.
What side are effects seen with the use of WYSOLONE 10MG?
The most common side effects seen associated with the use of WYSOLONE 10MG are infections, signs of low potassium levels (such as constipation, fast heartbeat), signs of increased sugar in the blood and urine (such as increased thirst, frequent urination), high blood pressure, thinner skin, and impaired wound healing. Consult your doctor before taking medicine.
Can WYSOLONE 10MG be used in a pregnant and breastfeeding woman?
WYSOLONE 10MG should be used cautiously during pregnancy and by women planning for pregnancy. It should also be used cautiously in breastfeeding women as the medicine may pass through milk. Consult your doctor before taking the medication.
Can WYSOLONE 10MG be given to children?
WYSOLONE 10MG should be used cautiously in children and adolescents (below 18 years). Long-term usage should be avoided. Your doctor will decide the dose, frequency and duration depending on the child’s age, body weight, and disease conditions.