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Casodex 50mg Tablet 28s (box)
Casodex 50mg Tablet can be taken with or without food, ideally at a fixed time per day. Your doctor will determine which dosage you need and how much you need to take it. This will depend on what you are being treated for, and it may vary from time to time. You should take it precisely as advised by your doctor. Using it in the wrongly or taking too much of it can have some severe side effects. It can take several weeks or months for you to see or experience the effectiveness, so do not quit taking them until your doctor tells you to.
It is necessary to tell your doctor before taking this medication whether you are taking or have recently taken some other medications for the same disease or any illness. Many other medicines can affect, or be affected by this medication, so let your doctor know all the medicines you are taking. This medication is not prescribed for pregnancy or during breast feeding. It could affect your baby. The use of appropriate contraceptives by both males and females during recovery is necessary to prevent pregnancy. You could be asked to monitor blood glucose levels on a daily basis while on medication.
Taking this medication at the dosage and frequency prescribed by your doctor. Swallow it down as a whole. Do not chew, crush or break it down. Casodex 50mg Tablet can be taken with or without food, but it is best taken at a set time.
Low red blood cell count is a very common side effect of this medication. Other than this, yellowing of skin, lack of appetite, shortness of breath, stomach pain, dark urine, and skin rashes are some of the side effects that require immediate treatment. Normal blood checks are needed to monitor your blood cells along with your liver function. It makes your skin more sensitive to sunlight, so take extra precaution while you're out.
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