Buy Colchicine 0.5 mg Without Prescription
- 1 What colchicine is?
- 2 What is it used for?
- 3 How to use colchicine?
- 4 Dosage
- 5 Side effects
- 6 Pregnancy/Alcohol/Driving
What colchicine is?
Colchicine is one of the Gout remedies. Gout is a disease of the joints. It is caused by an increased uric acid concentration in the blood. The excess uric acid leads to deposits of uric acid crystals in various peripheral joints, making them red, stiff, and painful. Colchicine ensures that these inflammatory reactions, reducing the symptoms.
What is it used for?
Colchicine is used for the treatment of acute Gout and in patients, the use of a uric acid-lowering drug, for the Prevention of gout discomfort prescribed.
How to use colchicine?
In the case of an acute attack of gout Colchicine is prescribed for the short-treatment continued. For optimal results, it is important that you start as soon as possible with taking the drug. If this remedy is prescribed for Gout prevention, you have to colchicine for a long period of time.
A colchicine tablet contains 0.5 mg of Colchicine. If the doctor prescribes otherwise, the usual dosage for adults is as follows:
- In the case of an acute gout attack: two to three times a day 1 tablet
- To Gout a prevent: once to twice daily 1 tablet
The doctor determined the need to as long as you this means. Please try to stick to the prescribed dosage. If you forget, colchicine to take, then you can do this quietly, unless it is almost time for the next dose. Never take a double dose of Colchicine, in order to compensate for the missed tablet! This medicine is present in high concentrations is very harmful to your health.
Colchicine may cause side effects. The side effects of this drug are known, among other things:
- Gastro-intestinal complaints such as abdominal pain, Nausea, and vomiting. If you experience these side effects, you should consult your doctor.
- Skin Irritation (Itching, Rash)
- Caution: colchicine is toxic in high concentrations. Please consult your doctor immediately if signs of poisoning occur. Such signs may be a burning sensation in the throat, bloody, thin liquid stool, abdominal pain, and Nausea.
For more side effects, warnings and contraindications, please take the leaflet to Hand!
Colchicine brings the health of a fetus and baby in danger. Do not use Colchicine, if you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, or if you are breast-feeding. You are allowed to eat during the use of colchicine no Grapefruit (juice) or drink. Grapefruit potentiate the effects of this drug. Alcohol increases the production of uric acid and can trigger a gout attack. Moderate and therefore, avoid any alcohol consumption! Colchicine has no influence on your ability to drive.