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Jupiros A 150 MG Capsule 10

Jupiros A 150 MG Capsule 10

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    Uses :

    Rosuvastatin Rosuvastatin is used for the treatment of high cholesterol, high LDL, and triglycerides. Rosuvastatin medicine is used to reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, or other heart complications in the patients with an increased risk of developing heart diseases. Aspirin Aspirin (also called acetyl salicylic acid, ASA) is an analgesic agent, used to relieve moderate to severe pain, such as headache, migraine, nerve pain, toothache, sore throat, joint pain, dysmenorrhea (pain during periods) and heart attack. It is also used as a blood thinner in heart diseases and stroke.

    Mode of drug action


    Rosuvastatin Rosuvastatin medication belongs to the class of lipid-lowering agents (statins). It works by inhibiting HMG-CoA reductase, the enzyme used in the cholesterol synthesis. It enhances the catabolism of LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) and thus lowers the blood lipid levels. Therefore, rosuvastatin is considered as the medication to treat bad cholesterol. Rosuvastatin medication also increases the levels of HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol). Aspirin Acetylsalicylic acid blocks the cyclooxygenase enzyme, which decreases the production of two chemicals- prostaglandins and thromboxanes. Low levels of prostaglandin bring about pain relief. Low thromboxane levels results in thinning of blood, therefore, its long-term use helps to prevent heart attack and stroke.

    What are the common side effects?

    Rosuvastatin Rosuvastatin side effects include memory loss, confusion, joint pain, constipation, dizziness, depression, headache, cough, dry or sore throat, runny nose, swollen glands in the neck, stomach pain, and insomnia. Aspirin The common side effects of aspirin include rashes, ulcers in the gastrointestinal tract, stomachache, abdominal cramping, nausea, heartburn, drowsiness, headache, and bleeding.

    Warning

    Pregnancy: Unsafe Breast feeding: Unsafe Alcohol: Unsafe Kidney dysfunction: Caution required Liver dysfunction: Caution required

    Special precautions for safe use

    • Avoid using Jupiros A medicine if allergic to any of the ingredients in it.

    • Do not consume alcohol when using Jupiros A medicine.

    • Unistar medicine should be taken along with food.

    • Consult a doctor before using Jupiros A medicine in case of any kidney or liver diseases. .

    • Inform the doctor if there was a history of asthma, chronic rhinitis, respiratory diseases, nasal polyps etc before using Jupiros A medicine.

    • Take medical consultation before using Jupiros A medicine during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

    • Discontinue Jupiros A medicine and immediately consult the doctor if unusual muscle pain and weakness are developed.

    What else should I know?

    1. Can I take rosuvastatin and antacid simultaneously? No. Do not take the antacids, such as magnesium, for at least two hours before and after taking rosuvastatin.

    2. How should I take the drug? You must take the drug as prescribed by your doctor. Do not take in smaller or larger amounts or for longer period than recommended.

    3. Can I use vitamin supplements or herbal products while taking rosuvastatin? You must discuss with your physician before taking any other medications while on rosuvastatin therapy.

    4. Is rosuvastatin used for treatment for lowering blood cholesterol levels? Yes. Rosuvastatin inhibits the cholesterol synthesis and thereby lowers the cholesterol levels in the blood.

    5. What is the rosuvastatin dosage for cholesterol treatment? The usual dosage of rosuvastatin is 10 to 20 mg/day. However, you must take the dose as prescribed by the physician. Aspirin

    1. How often should I take Aspirin? It is best to take Aspirin as directed by your physician. Usually, the drug is taken daily, for its maximum benefit.

    2. Are there any risks associated with Aspirin? Yes, Aspirin may increase the risk of bleeding. So if you already have a bleeding disorder, you may need to take Aspirin in reduced doses or under medical supervision. The drug may also increase the risk of stomach ulcers; therefore, those with the history of ulcers should be careful.

    3. What can I do to prevent stomach upset associated with the drug intake? Stomach upset is a common side-effect of the drug and may decrease once the body gets used to the drug. Taking the medication with milk or after food, reduces stomach upset.

    4. Can I give Aspirin for the treatment of fever in my 7-year-old child? No, aspirin can cause Reye’s syndrome, a serious illness, in children; therefore, it should be avoided for this age group.

    5. I am scheduled for a surgery after a month. Should I tell my surgeon that I take Aspirin ? Yes, you should tell your surgeon that you take Aspirin. Aspirin may increase the risk of bleeding during or after surgery. Therefore the medication must be stopped for a week or two before the surgery, to reduce the bleeding risk.

    6. How to take aspirin? Preferably, the medicine aspirin should be taken with a glass full of water; taking the drug with food or milk may decrease stomach upset.

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