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Naltima 50 mg (Naltrexone tablets)
Buy Naltima 50mg (Naltrexone tablets) online, Naltrexone is used along with counseling and social support in the treatment of alcohol addiction and for the management of opiod addiction. Naltrexone tabletsis used to help avoid the usage of drugs and alcohol, but it will not prevent/ relieve the withdrawal symptoms that may occur after stopping the use of drugs and alcohol.
About Naltrexone tablets and their Uses
Buy Nodict 50 mg online, Nodict constitutes a generic name Naltrexone HCl, which is a special kind of oral narc**ic medicine that cop the effect of other narc**ic substances and alcohol. It is available under various trade names; some of them are Revia and Nodict (made by Sun Pharma, India). Naltrexone tablets drug is mainly prescribed to treat alcohol addiction in people who have been addicted to alcohol and narc**ics but are not taking at present. It may be used for other treatments which are not listed here.
Important information about Naltrexone HCl
This drug should be used in combination with professional counseling or monitoring to treat alcohol and narc**ic addiction efficiently. It may be recommended thatNaltrexone tablets may be given to you by your family members or other caretaker. The reason is to ascertain that you are taking the anti-addiction drugs properly as prescribed by the doctor. Try to carry an ID card which represent that you are taking Naltrexone tablets. This will be very crucial at the time of emergency. Any healthcare provider who take care you must know in advance that you are using this medication.
Before taking Naltrexone tablets
You should not take Naltrexone HCl (Revia, Nodict) medicine, if you have any known allergy to it, or if you are addicted to narc**ics presently, have alcohol and drugs use in the past 7 to 10 days, or have drugs or alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Also make sure to aware your doctor if you have kidney disease, liver disease, or hemophilia (bleeding disorder). Because having any of these conditions can put you up for a need to have special medical tests and dose adjustments.
It belongs to the class of FDA pregnancy category C drug. It may be harmful to your unborn baby while taking during the pregnancy stage. This medication can pass into the breast milk and can cause harmful effects. You must consult your doctor before using the tablets in case of pregnancy and breast feeding.
What are the doses instructions?
For effective results, you should take all medicines on the same time as prescribed. Missing even a single dose of Naltrexone tablets can be harmful to your health. However, if you miss a dose of Naltrexone HCl, then take it instantly, but avoid the use when next scheduled dose is near.
In case of an overdose of Naltrexone tablets, seek emergency medication because it can cause serious symptoms like dizziness, nausea, stomach pain, or seizure.
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Interaction with other drugs
Naltrexone tablets (Revia, Nodict) may interact with other drugs, especially narc**ic drugs and nullify their effect if you use them while being treated with this medicine. Inform your doctor in advance if you are using any other medicines like: butorphanol, hydrocodone, codeine, buprenorphine; oxymorphone; propoxyphene; meperidine; naloxone; dezocine; oxycodone; methadone; nalmefene; or morphine. Always consult your doctor about starting a new medication.
• Do not consume opioid (opioid free) for a minimum of 7-10 days before starting naltrexone therapy. Your doctor may perform naloxone challenge test (a diagnosis for chronic opiate abuse) before starting the treatment with naltrexone.
• Do not consume opioid derivatives while on naltrexone treatment.
• Naltrexone is not recommended in children.
• Inform your doctor if you are taking or have recently taken any medications for diarrhea, cough, pain, or disulfiram and thioridazine.
• Do not drive or operate machine as you may feel dizzy or tired.
• Tell your doctor if you are or planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding.
Q: Is naltrexone safe during pregnancy?
A: Naltrexone tablets should only be used if the potential benefits justify the potential risk to the baby. Please follow your doctor?s advice regarding its use.
Q: Is it safe to use Naltrexone tablets during breastfeeding?
A: Naltrexone should not be given during breastfeeding. Please follow your doctor?s advice regarding its use.
Q: Can you take naltrexone forever?
A: No, naltrexone must be taken as long as prescribed by your doctor.
Q: Can you take naltrexone with Xanax (alprazolam)?
A: Caution has to be exercised when Naltrexone tablets is taken with alprazolam and its derivatives.
Q: Can you take naltrexone with suboxone (naloxone and buprenorphine)/ Subtex (buprenorphine)?
A: No, both suboxone and subtext are used in opioid withdrawal. Hence they should not be taken with naltrexone, as an additive effect leading to side effects may occur. Always follow the instructions of the doctor.
Q: Does naltrexone make you high/ sleepy?
A: No, Naltrexone tablets does not make you high but, may rarely make you sleepy.
Q: Does naltrexone block alcohol?
A: Yes, naltrexone blocks the action of alcohol and hence can be used to treat alcohol addiction.
Q: Does naltrexone help with pain/ for weight loss?
A: Naltrexone tablets has no known effects on pain and is not indicated for weight loss.
Q: Does naltrexone help with opiate cravings?
A: Yes, naltrexone helps reduce opiate cravings.
Q: Does naltrexone test positive for opiates?
A: No, naltrexone does not test positive for opiates.
Q: From Where I can Buy Naltima 50 mg?
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