* For illustration purpose only
Albendazole is an anthelmintic prescription utilized for the treatment of tapeworm infections.
Reactions of Albendazole may include:
• cerebral pain;
• stomach pain;
While those might possibly be accounted for to your specialist, some other symptoms are conceivably hurtful and frequently perilous and ought to be accounted for to your specialist or doctor as quickly as time permits, e.g.:
• serious unsteadiness/cerebral pain that don't show up with diminishing everyday measurements (this must be finished with the assistance of your specialist subsequent to announcing the reactions);
• urine issues or dim pee;
• fever or potentially sore throat;
• skin issues, e.g. redness, swelling, stripping skin or rankles on its surface;
• seizures or spasms;
• weakened vision;
• jaundice (yellow skin or eyes);
• unfavorably susceptible responses, for example, trouble breathing, swollen face/tongue/lips; rash or hives;
To diminish the danger of creating reactions, it is necessitated that your specialist approved treatment with Albendazole on the off chance that you:
• are adversely affected by nourishment, drugs, additives, colors, any elements of Albendazole or benzimidazoles;
• are pregnant, breastfeeding or intending to have a child;
• now taking any dietary or herbal enhancements, medicine or non-professionally prescribed medications, particularly those containing praziquantel, dexamethasone, cimetidine or theophylline known to connect with Albendazole and increment reactions of one another;
• experience the ill effects of liver/bone marrow/eye illnesses (e.g. retinal sores), if your white platelets or platelets sum is brought down for any reason;
• if you are pregnant, Albendazole may influence hatchling.
Another general insurance is to be mindful so as not to take alcohol beverages amid treatment with Albendazole, as its reactions might be expanded causing extreme dazedness. Some different meds may work similarly, along these lines, your specialist must know about every one of the variables above and recommend Albendazole in a dose that would be alright for you.
Medically reviewed by Dr. Josette Davignon
Last updated: 12.01.2021