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This product is indicated : - Chronic gout . - While the treatment of neoplastic diseases . - Management of recurrent calcium oxalate renal stones in patient with hyperuricosuria


Do not take this medicine if you are allergic to: • Allopurinol. Do not take this medicine during an attack of acute gout.

Adverse reactions:

• nausea (feeling sick) • oedema (swelling) • high blood pressure • abdominal pain • headache • dizziness • skin rash • vomiting • blurred vision • unexplained nosebleeds. Rarely increase in acute gout attacks, asymptomatic elevation in SGPT, SGOT.


SOME medicines may interfere with this medicine.These include: • Aspirin (a drug which is used to treat headache, pain, inflammation, clotting or high temperatures). Other salicylate type drugs are also included. Ask your pharmacist. • Coumarin type anticoagulant drugs, medicine used to prevent blood clots. Other medicines used to treat gout or hyperuricaemia such as probenecid. Some medicines used to suppress the immune system such as azothioprine (Imuran), 6- mercaptopurine and cyclosporin. Some medicines used to treat epilepsy such as phenytoin. Theophylline (a drug used to treat asthma). Ampicillin or amoxycillin, which are two commonly used antibiotics used to treat bacterial infections. Chlorpropamide used to treat diabetes. Medicines containing thiazide diuretics, used to decrease blood pressure and fluid retention (e.g. Chlorothiazide, hydrochlorothiaide, bendrofluazide).


You must tell your doctor if you are: 1. Allergic to any other medicines or any other foods, dyes or preservatives: Some of the symptoms of an allergic reaction to this medicine may include shortness of breath, wheezing or difficulty breathing; swelling of the face, lips, tongue or other parts of the body; rash, itching or hives on the skin. 2. You have or have had any medical/ health problems, including: • kidney disease • liver disease • high blood pressure • diabetes • epilepsy • heart disease. • haemochromatosis (a disease involving excessive deposits of iron in the body). 3. You are pregnant or plan to become pregnant this medicine like all medicines should not be used during pregnancy, unless your doctor tells you to. 4. You are breast-feeding or plan to breastfeed.It is recommended to drink suitable quantity of water ( 2-3 ) liter to decrease the danger of renal stones .



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