Arthrexin, with the generic name of Indomethacin, is a highly effective non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine with marked analgesic and antipyretic properties.
Arthrexin is specially formulated to treat conditions such as:
Have a talk with your doctor before deciding to take Arthrexin. Inform your doctor if you have any of the conditions below:
It may not be advisable to take Arthrexin if you are suffering from any of the above ailments.
Arthrexin belongs to a class of drugs known as FDA Pregnancy Category D. This entails that it may affect the development of an unborn fetus. In case you are pregnant or planning to be while under treatment with Arthrexin, inform your doctor immediately.
Arthrexin is known to pass into breast milk. Nursing mothers are therefore advised to see their doctor before taking this drug.
Necessary precautions are informed to elderly patients as they are more prone to having side effects.
This drug is not recommended for use by children below 2 years or age.
Arthrexin must be taken as directed by your doctor. If there is any instruction that appears unclear to you, ask your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist.
Recommended dosage is 50 mg to 200 mg daily in divided doses and is adjusted to the patient’s response or tolerability to the medicine.
Unless directed by your doctor, Arthrexin must not be double dosed. If you happen to miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember as long as it is not almost time for the next scheduled dose. Otherwise, skip missed dose and proceed with the next.
Over dosage to suppositories are rare. However, should you experience any of the symptoms below, seek medical help:
If you feel any of these adverse reactions, see you doctor immediately for the proper medical attention:
For other possible side effects not mentioned that are particularly causing discomfort, tell your doctor at once.
Inform your doctor if you are taking any of the medications below before deciding to take Atropine:
Have a talk with your doctor before deciding to take other prescribed or over-the-counter medicines while under treatment with Arthrexin.
In some countries ARTHREXIN may also be known as: Agilex, IM 75, Indotex, Klonametacina, Arthrexin, Indocid PDA, Flexidin, Indo, Indocollyre, Indohexal, Indomelan, Indoptol, Liometacen, Luiflex, Ralicid, Dolcidium, Agilisin, Metacidil, Novo-Methacin, Nu-Indo, Flexono, Rhodacine, Elmetacin, Indobene, Chrono-Indocid, Vonum Cutan, Indo-paed, Indocolir, Indomet-ratiopharm, Mobilat Akut Indo, Rheubalmin Indo, Dolcispray, Fortathrine, Hastel, Itapredin, Reumacid, Reumadolor, Indocollirio, Catlep, Infree, Antalgin, Artaxol, Draxil, Indocarsil, Labymetacyn, Italon, Soltacina, Autritis, Methocaps, Nisaid, Aliviosin, Artrinovo, Flogoter, Indolgina, Indonilo, Neo Decabutin, Indono, Inflamate, Inthacine, Metindo, Satogesic, Cevimin