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Allopurinol

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Allopurinol is mainly used to treat hyperuricemia, which is an increased concentration of uric acid in the blood, and such complications of this condition as gout and erosive destructive gouty joint disease. This drug is also used for the therapy of certain kinds of kidney stones and enzyme disorders caused by the increased production of uric acid in the body as well as in patients who receive cancer chemotherapy.
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Delivery Time: ~7 days
Allopurinol is indicated for the use in patients suffering from the conditions caused by the elevated levels of uric acid in the body. The list of such conditions includes gout, certain types of kidney stone disease and uric acid deposits in tissues. It can also be administered in patients undergoing chemotherapy since such patients can have raised levels of uric acid due to its release from the dying cancerous cells.

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What is Allopurinol?
Allopurinol is a medication prescribed for treatment of excessive amount of uric acid in the body, which can be the reason of kidney stones formation and also an appearance of gout. Moreover, Allopurinol can be prescribed for other purposes, which can be determined by your medical advisor.

What are the indications for using Allopurinol?
The drug can be effective in the treatment of the following conditions:

  • Hyperuricemia. This condition is characterized by an increased amount of uric acid in blood plasma. Allopurinol is aimed at decreasing the levels of uric acid, thus avoiding further complications, such as development of kidney stones or gout.
What is the dosage of Allopurinol?
Allopurinol dosage should be determined by your medical advisor depending on the severity of your condition, age and weight. Patients that suffer from renal insufficiency are recommended to start with the standard dose of 100 mg. Depending on your reaction to the drug and changes of the levels of uric acid, the dosage can be adjusted. However, you should never increase the dosage without consulting with your health care provider.

What are the contraindications for using Allopurinol?
Before starting treatment using Allopurinol, your medical advisor should be informed about your medical history. Special attention should be paid to high blood pressure, diabetes or any problems with kidneys or liver. Also, your health care specialist should be informed about any changes in your diet. In some cases, patients are advised to decrease an intake of different acids, such as Vitamin C. Consult your doctor about the intake of Allopurinol during pregnancy and the period of breastfeeding, but it is usually not recommended to use the drug in these periods.

What are the adverse effects of Allopurinol?
Mild adverse effects of taking Allopurinol may include tiredness, diarrhea, nausea and upset stomach. As long as you follow all your doctor’s instructions, these symptoms don’t require any special medical attention. However, if you experience severe adverse effects, which may include numbness in any part of the body, extreme fatigue, painful urination, changing of the color of urine or vomiting, you should contact your medical advisor immediately. Allergic reactions to the drug are uncommon, but if you notice any unusual redness, rash, itching or swelling, seek medical help without hesitation.