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|Lowest price||£82.60 (incl. VAT)|
|Prescription required||:||Yes (consultation included in the price)|
|Product||Price (incl doctor’s consult)|
|Adenuric 80 mg 28 tabl.||£82.60||Start consultation|
|Adenuric 120 mg 28 tabl.||£89.13||Start consultation|
What is Adenuric?
Adenuric (active substance: febuxostat) decreases uric acid levels in the blood. As a result, no or less urate crystals are formed in and around the joints. Gout symptoms are thus controlled and prevented. You can order Adenuric online through the pharmacies working together with Dokteronline.com.
What is this medicine used for?
Doctors prescribe Adenuric as a treatment against gout. Gout is an inflammation in the joints. The affected joint (usually the big toe) is suddenly red, hot, swollen and painful.
Gout is caused by uric acid, a substance in the blood that normally is resolved. If there is too much uric acid, this can cause urate crystals in the joints. Adenuric prevents the formation of too much uric acid. This will prevent gout attacks.
How to use Adenuric?
Take this medication daily at a fixed time. You can take the tablet with or without food. Swallow the tablet whole with some liquid. It may take some time before the effect of Adenuric is noticeable. Keep using the medication until you notice effect. Adenuric must often be taken on the long-term. This prevents the return of gout attacks.
The partner pharmacies offer Adenuric online in tablets of 80 mg or 120 mg. A doctor determines the strength to use. The guidelines for the daily dose of Adenuric are as follows:
- Adults: 1 tablet once daily in the prescribed strength.
This medication is not suitable for children aged under 18 years. Read the instructions before use.
Adenuric is usually well tolerated, but may cause side effects just as any other medication. This involves symptoms such as:
- Nausea, diarrhea;
- Temporary increase of the gout symptoms;
- Drowsiness or problems with sleeping.
If you suffer from these or other side effects, please consult a physician. That also includes any side effects not listed in the leaflet.
When is it best not to use this medication?
Adenuric is not a suitable medication for everyone. Do not use it if you:
- are oversensitive to febuxostat or any of the other substances used.
If you suffer from any health problems such as heart, liver or kidney disease, please talk to a doctor about the use of Adenuric. During your order, please mention any other medication you are using. Adenuric interacts with certain drugs. A doctor knows which medicines are involved. The leaflet contains more information on this topic.
Pregnancy / driving / alcohol
Do not use Adenuric if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Talk with a doctor about an alternative drug.
Adenuric can sometimes cause side effects such as dizziness or drowsiness. Do not participate in traffic if you suffer from such symptoms.
Alcoholic beverages can increase the production of uric acid. Moreover, alcohol reduces the excretion of uric acid, which may exacerbate the condition. Stop or moderate your intake of liquor to prevent this.