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Actonel and/or Generic Equivalent Risedronate Prescription Information

This medication is marketed by Sanofi-Aventis and Warner Chilcott. In Japan it is marketed by Takeda. Actonel is only one of the trade names. The product is also sold as Atelvia and Benet. Actonel belongs to a group of drugs known as bisphosphonates. The active ingredient in Actonel is Risedronate Sodium. Risedronate Sodium changes the process of bone formation and bone breakdown in the human body. It slows down bone loss while at the same time increasing bone mass. This could help to reduce the risk of bone fractures.

What are the uses of Actonel?

Actonel is generally prescribed to help prevent osteoporosis in both males and females and to treat patients who are already suffering from this disease. It is also often prescribed for patients suffering from Paget's disease of bone. A qualified doctor might sometimes prescribe this medication for purposes other than the ones listed above.

Precautions about Actonel

Patients who are unable to stand or sit upright for at least half an hour should not take Actonel. The reason is that people who take this medication should stay upright for at least half an hour afterwards to prevent serious damage to their esophagus or stomach. People who are allergic to risedronate should refrain from taking Actonel. Those who have low calcium levels in their blood, or who experience problems with the movement of muscles in their esophagus, should also not take this medicine. Individuals who suffer from any of the following diseases should first discuss with their doctor whether it is safe for them to buy Actonel: low calcium levels in the blood, kidney disease, a vitamin D deficiency, stomach ulcers, or ulcers of the esophagus.

Actonel Side Effects

Some patients who used drugs similar to Actonel have experienced bone loss in their jaws, a condition known as osteonecrosis of the jaw. Symptoms may include one or more of the following: swelling, jaw pain, loose teeth, numbness, gum infection or unusually slow healing after gum surgery or injury to the gums. The safety of Actonel during pregnancy has not been established beyond reasonable doubt. It is unknown whether risedronate could be harmful to a nursing baby or whether it passes into breast milk. Pregnant mothers should discuss their condition with their doctor before they order Actonel.

How to Take Actonel?

The prescribed dosage of Actonel should be taken early in the morning, at least half an hour before eating or drinking anything else. It needs to be taken with a full glass (6 to 8 ounces) of water. Patients should not lie down, or even sit down, for the next half an hour. Nothing should be drunk or eaten during this period, including other medication.

Additional Information about Actonel

Anyone who wants to purchase Actonel should be aware that there are some potential side effects. These include problems in swallowing; chest pain; new occurrences of heartburn or worsening of existing heartburn; pain in the back or under the ribs; severe muscle, bone or joint pain; serious indigestion; jaw swelling and numbness or pain; and pain in the hip or thigh. If any of the above side effects should occur while taking Actonel, these should be discussed with a doctor.

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