Fluticasone 27.5mcg – Pouch

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Fluticasone 27.5mcg – Pouch

Sub Category: Allergy and Immune System
Packaging Details: 6 gm in 1 packet
Product Composition: Fluticasone 27.5mcg
Product Uses: Autorin 50mg Tablet is utilized in avoidance of organ dismissal in relocate patients and rheumatoid joint pain.
Category: Pouch
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Autorin 50mg Tablet has a place with a group of medications called immunosuppressants. It is utilized with other medications to prevent your body from rejecting an organ (such as a kidney, heart, or liver) after a transplant. It is also utilized in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
Autorin 50mg Tablet works by weakening the body’s immune system, so it does not attack the new organ. The amount of medication to be taken and how often you need to take it will depend on the type of transplant you have. Follow your doctor’s instructions on this. You should take it along with food. Take the medication regularly to get the most benefit and keep taking it even if you feel well. If you stop taking it, you may increase the chances of rejecting your transplanted organ.
It has many potential side effects. The most common are loss of appetite, nausea, and increased risk of bleeding. Because it suppresses your immune system, you may catch infections easily. There’s also an increased risk of developing some cancers for this reason. You should ask your doctor about side effects that may need urgent medical attention.

Pregnancy Interaction: Take this medicine in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Swallow it as a whole. Do not chew, crush or break it. Autorin 50mg Tablet is to be taken with food.
Prescription: Yes
Food Interaction: Nausea, Fungal infection, Bacterial infection, Viral infection, Decreased white blood cell count, Low blood platelets.
Breast Feeding Interaction: Autorin 50mg Tablet is an immunosuppressant. It reduces the action of body's own defense system (the immune system) and prevents rejection of the transplanted organ. It also blocks the action of certain chemical messengers that are responsible for inflammation, swelling, and redness associated with certain joint diseases.