Voveran is a kind of medicine that belongs to the group of NSAIDs (non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs). It is intended to decrease such symptoms as inflammation and pain in the muscles.
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Voveran acts by decreasing the production of hormones, which lead to the muscle pain and inflammation.
Voveran is intended for the treatment of arthritic pain.
The powder form of the medicine is intended for the treatment of migraine headaches, but can’t be used for the cluster headaches.
The drug can be used as soon as the pain appears.
This drug may increase the risk of heart attacks and cardiovascular diseases, such as acute coronary insufficiency and strokes.
The long-term use of this drug enhances the risk of contracting these. Avoid using this medicine for some time after having a bypass.
If you note such symptoms as angina, fatigue, disorganized speech or vision impairment, you may require immediate medical assistance.
This drug may enhance the risk of a ruptured intestine, which may be fatal if left without treatment. This is particularly common in older patients. The main symptom of this disease is a bloody cough.
If you note black, tarry stools, bloody vomit and or cough, contact your doctor at once. This may indicate gastrointestinal bleeding.
Avoid drinking alcohol during the treatment with Voveran, as it may increase the risk of harmful adverse effects caused by the use of this drug.
Inform your physician if you have allergy to any of the components of Voveran. Symptoms of allergy include: hives, breathing difficulty and breast pain.
Inform your doctor if you suffered from heart diseases, blood clots, ulcers, coronary insufficiency, kidney disorders, asthma, nasal polyps or hemorrhage.
Voveran may harm the fetus. Inform your physician if you’re pregnant or planning a pregnancy during the treatment with this medicine.
Taking even a small amount of this drug in the III trimester of pregnancy may hurt the unborn baby, so it is advised to avoid Voveran during pregnancy.
This drug can get into the breast milk and affect the newborns. Avoid taking this drug if you’re breastfeeding a baby.
Avoid giving this drug to the babies.
Take this medicine strictly according to the doctor’s prescriptions. Never increase the drug dose without the doctor’s approval.
If you change to a different brand of the same medicine, the dose should be adjusted.
If you’re using the delayed release pill, avoid crushing or breaking it as it may lead to the overdose. Swallow the drug whole with a glass of water.
If you skipped the drug dose, take it as soon as possible.
If it’d already time to take the next dose, skip the missed one.
In case of overdose, call the emergency at once, as the overdose of this drug can be fatal if left unattended.
The most common adverse effects include:
Loose bowels or constipation
More serious adverse effects include:
Diarrhea with bleeding
Contact the doctor if you note these adverse effects.
Don’t mix the drug with:
Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs