Ferikind-S 100 Injection is generally given by a doctor or a nurse. You will be watched carefully to make sure you do not have an allergic reaction. The dose and duration will depend on the cause and severity of your anemia. It is advisable to eat iron-rich foods such as meat, eggs, raisins, broccoli and lentils along with taking Ferikind-S 100 Injection.
The most common side effects include vomiting, nausea, dark-colored stools, constipation, and diarrhea. Most of these usually go away within a short time. But if you are bothered by them or if the side-effects continue, talk to your doctor.
You should not have this medicine if your anemia is not caused by a lack of iron. Before taking it, tell your doctor if you have rheumatoid arthritis, asthma or other allergies, high blood pressure, or liver problems. This may affect your treatment. It is not known whether this medicine is safe for use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding so please consult your doctor. You will have tests to check your blood cells and iron levels, monitor your progress and check for side effects. It may be advisable to limit alcohol during treatment.
USES OF FERIKIND-S INJECTION
- Iron deficiency anemia
BENEFITS OF FERIKIND-S INJECTION
In Iron deficiency anemia
SIDE EFFECTS OF FERIKIND-S INJECTION
Common side effects of Ferikind-S
- Dark colored stool
- Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness)
HOW TO USE FERIKIND-S INJECTION
HOW FERIKIND-S INJECTION WORKS
You may feel dizzy, confused or light-headed after being given Ferikind-S 100 Injection. If this happens, do not drive.
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