There are contraindications! Be sure to consult your doctor before taking any medication!
Trombocil is is able to widen the patient's arteries that should supply the legs with blood, thus improving circulation (it stops the blood platelets from clotting or from sticking together).
Trombocil is a well known drug that is generally prescribed in the treatment of patients who are suffering from intermittent claudication (it helps ease this disorder's symptoms like pain induced by walking). However, this medicine could also serve some other purposes (prevent or treat some other medical disorders) that have not been listed in this guide.
Patients who are suffering from congestive heart failure should not start a treatment with this medicine, as this could worsen their initial medical condition. In some cases, the treatment's benefic effects may not be seen during the first month f intake. Do not stop using this medicine without first consulting it with your personal physician. However, if you feel that your symptoms have worsened during your intake of Trombocil you should alert your personal health care specialist as soon as possible.
It is known that products that contain grapefruit (this includes grapefruit) could harmfully interact with a treatment with Trombocil, leading to severe and dangerous side effects. Avoid consuming any products that contain this fruit during your treatment with this medicine. Some medical disorders are known to sometimes prevent a patient from starting a treatment with Trombocil, as they harmfully react to this drug's components. This is why patients who are suffering from liver disorders or from any type of heart disease might not be allowed to use this medicine or might have to take a lower dose of it. Their intake of this product should be closely supervised by an authorized health care specialist (they will probably have to undergo several medical exams to see how their body responds to the treatment).
Trombocil is a category C FDA pregnancy drug. Therefore, intake of this medicine during pregnancy could result in severe birth defects and / or birth complications. You should not start using this medicine if you are pregnant (ask your doctor if you may). During your treatment with this drug you should use an effective birth control method in order to avoid becoming pregnant. It has been clearly determined that this medicine's main components are able to pass into the female patient's breast milk. Patients who are currently nursing an infant must not start using this drug (Trombocil) without their physician's approval. Consult with a pediatrician before giving this medicine to a child. It is known that elderly patients and children might be more prone to developing this drug's severe side effects.
Trombocil intake guidelines
Ask your personal health care specialist to give you a set of precise instructions regarding your intake of Trombocil. Do not deviate from any of your doctor's directions. If you did not completely understand some of them you should ask a nurse or a pharmacist for further explanations. In case you want to know more about this medicine we advise you to read the drug's label.
Each dose of Trombocil should be accompanied by a full glass of liquid (juice or water). This drug is regularly taken in 2 times per day 2 hours after or 30 minutes before a main meal (usually dinner or breakfast). Try to take your doses of Trombocil at regular time intervals. This drug should be stored at the average room temperature, away from heat, moisture and direct sunlight. It is best to keep it in a place that cannot be easily reached by either pets or children (in order to avoid unpleasant and possibly dangerous accidents such as poisoning). Do not keep this drug in the bathroom or near the kitchen sink. Ask a pharmacist to tell you how to properly dispose of any unused medication.
Your personal health care specialist will prescribe you the correct dose of Trombocil which you should take on a regular basis.
If you suspect that you might be suffering from an overdose with this medicine we strongly advise you to seek medical care at once. Alert your personal physician and your local poison control centre. Patients who are suffering from overdose with this medicine (Trombocil) are likely to experience diarrhea, severe headache, fainting, light-headedness, and uneven or fast heartbeat.
Trombocil missed dose
If you miss one of your scheduled doses of Trombocil we recommend you to take it as soon as possible. If it is time for another dose, skip the one that you have missed and continue your regular treatment. Avoid using double doses of this medicine (Trombocil) without your physician's approval.
Trombocil side effects
Side effects of Trombocil include:
painful urination or bloody urine;
flu-like symptoms fever, body aches, chills;
swelling of your feet and / or ankles;
pounding or fast pulse;
Trombocil drug reactions
During your treatment with Trombocil you should avoid taking any of these medicines: