Ibandronate is prescribed for the treatment and prevention of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women.
Ibandronate, an antihistamine, is prescribed for the management of:
associated with motion sickness.
Ibandronate is prescribed to post menopausal female patients, in the treatment or in the prevention of osteoporosis.
CHILDREN 12 AND OVER AND ADULTS
25mg-100mg per day, divided into equal.
25mg-50 milligrams 1 hour before traveling.
Symptoms of overdose may include:
- Urinary tract infections;
- Unusual behavior or thoughts;
- Tight facial muscles;
- Seizure (convulsions);
- Muscle cramps;
- Abdominal pain;
Side effects may include:
- Chest pain;
- Dyspepsia (upset stomach);
- Heartburn (esophagitis);
- Mild flu-like symptoms (usually improve after the first dose);
- Pain in extremities (arms or legs);
- Pain or trouble swallowing (dysphagia);
- Pain or trouble with swallowing;
- Ulcers in your stomach or esophagus (the tube that connects your mouth and stomach);
- Very bad heartburn or heartburn that does not get better;
- Ibandronic Acid;
- Ibandronate sodium;
- Ibandronate sodium monohydrate;
Ibandronate is contraindicated if you have:
- Vitamin D deficiency;
- Stomach ulcer or esophagus disorders;
- Kidney disorder;
- Hypocalcaemia (abnormally low blood calcium levels);
- Allergic reactions to any of Ibandronate"s components;