Flagentyl 500mg 4 comp

6,800 RWF

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Flagentyl is recommended in treatment of

  • Trichomonas vaginalis
  • Intestinal amebiasis and hepatic amebiasis
  • giardiasis

This product requires a prescription

Content: Package contains a blister of 50 mg scored film-coated tablets, box of 4

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This medicine is recommended in treatment of

  • Trichomonas vaginalis
  • Intestinal amebiasis and hepatic amebiasis
  • giardiasis

This product requires a prescription and is sold under pharmacist supervision. After you place an order for this product Kasha will contact you to receive a photo of your prescription. We will deliver your order once pharmacist verification has been completed.

If you don’t have a prescription, In Kasha, we help customers connect with doctors to conduct phone consultations and provide them with prescriptions when appropriate.

Dosage

Urethritis and Vaginitis

  • Adults: 4 tablets (i.e 2 g) taken as single dose at the beginning of a meal

 Intestinal amebiasis

  • Adults: 4 tablets (i.e 2 g) taken as a single dose at the beginning of a meal
  • Children: 30 mg/kg/day as a single dose. The dose is to be taken for one day only.

Composition

  • Secnidazole: 500 mg
  • Excipients: Calcium hydrogen phosphate, microcrystallie cellulose, wheat starch, hydrated silca, Sodium starch glycolate, gelatin, magnesium stearate, hypromellose.

Side effects

  • Common: Nausea, Stomach pain,
  • Altered sense of taste
  • Rare immediate allergic reaction: Fever, redness, hives and angioderma (swelling of the face)
  • Rarely: Dizziness, sensory and motor nervous system disorders.
  • Moderate leukopenia (abnormal low level of white blood cells) which subsidies when treatment is stopped.

For more information, read the leaflet inside, or contact your pharmacist or doctor

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