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Commercial Name: Allopurinol
Active Ingredient: Allopurinol
Production form: Pills
Usage: Used to treat gout or kidney stones, and to lower uric acid levels
Available dosage: 100mg and 300mg

Description

What is allopurinol?

Allopurinol is a medicine used to lower uric acid levels in your blood. If you produce too much uric acid or if your kidneys don't filter enough uric acid from the blood, it can build up and form small, sharp crystals in and around your joints.

Allopurinol is used to treat gout and kidney stones.

It may also be prescribed if you are being treated for certain cancers. Some treatments can cause a buildup of uric acid.

 

Why is allopurinol prescribed?

Allopurinol is used to prevent or lower high uric acid levels in the blood. It is also used to prevent or reduce high uric acid levels due to cancer medicines or in patients with kidney stones. High uric acid levels can cause gout or gouty arthritis (joint pain and inflammation).

 

How does allopurinol work?

Allopurinol is a xanthine oxidase inhibitor that works by reducing the amount of uric acid produced by the body.

 

What are the side effects of allopurinol?

Like all medicines, allopurinol can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

The most common side effects are feeling or being sick. These can be reduced if you eat little and often and drink plenty of fluids such as water. If you are sick, take small, regular sips of water to prevent dehydration.

A serious side effect is a skin rash. If you develop a rash or redness, tell a doctor right away, as it can develop into a life-threatening skin condition called Stevens-Johnson syndrome.

Stevens-Johnson syndrome is a rare side effect of allopurinol. It causes flu-like symptoms, followed by a red or purple skin rash that spreads and blisters. The affected skin eventually dies and flakes off.

It is more common in the first 8 weeks of taking allopurinol or when the dose is increased too quickly. It can also happen if allopurinol is suddenly stopped for a few days and then started again at the same dose as before. It is better to decrease the dose and then increase it slowly.

It is also better not to start allopurinol within 2 weeks of a viral infection, vaccination or rash caused by something else.

 

It is uncommon to experience serious side effects after taking allopurinol. Tell a doctor straight away if you:

  • Getting yellow skin or the whites of your eyes turning yellow – these could be signs of a liver problem
  • get a high temperature, sore throat and swollen glands or generally feel unwell - this could mean there are problems with your white blood cells
  • Bruising for no apparent reason or bleeding gums (which takes a long time to stop when you brush your teeth)
  • Have an unusual thirst, have to go to the toilet often to urinate, are unusually tired, lose weight and have blurred vision

 

In what dosages is allopurinol prescribed?

The dose of allopurinol varies from person to person.

Your doctor will usually start with a low dose (50 or 100 milligrams per day) and increase it very slowly over a few months. Your doctor will perform a blood test and increase the dose of allopurinol if necessary.

The usual dose of allopurinol is 300 milligrams or more per day. Some people need between 600 and 900 milligrams per day.

Always take your allopurinol exactly as your doctor has told you. Your medicine label will tell you how much to take, how often to take it, and any special instructions. Know what dose to take – if you are not sure, talk to your pharmacist.

 

What drugs or supplements does allopurinol interact with?

Allopurinol increases blood levels of oral mercaptopurine (Purinethol) and azathioprine (Imuran) by reducing their breakdown in the body. Therefore, the dose of mercaptopurine and azathioprine should be reduced to avoid toxicity.

There is an increased risk of rash in patients taking allopurinol in combination with penicillins. Allopurinol may enhance the action of warfarin by reducing its breakdown.

 

Where can I buy allopurinol?

Do your feet hurt so much that you can't find suitable shoes? Does the pain of uric acid crystals in the joints keep you from enjoying a night out with friends? Do you need allopurinol to quickly and safely get rid of this painful disease called gout? At Online Pharmacy allopurinol tablets are available for private healthcare. This means that your order will remain confidential between us. You can buy allopurinol online from us without going to your doctor.

 

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