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Boniva and/or Generic Equivalent Ibandronate Sodium Prescription Information

Licensed and distributed by Genentech/Roche, Boniva contains Ibandronate Sodium and forms part of the group of medicines known as bisphosphonates. It is designed to alter the body's way of forming and breaking down bone, slowing down loss and increasing bone mass to reduce the risk of fracture.

It is predominantly used to prevent osteoporosis in postmenopausal women or to treat those currently suffering with osteoporosis. Boniva is not intended as a primary treatment for the disease, but instead works alongside supplementary medication, a healthy diet and exercise, in order to achieve maximum results.

How to take Boniva?

Boniva can either be taken once a day or once a month, as per a healthcare professional's diagnosis. It is prescribed in tablet form and must be taken while the patient is standing or sitting upright. It is usually recommended that the medication be taken first thing in the morning with a glass of plain water, before any other food or drink. This will ensure that Boniva is properly absorbed and begins to work whilst the stomach is empty. Patients must not eat or drink anything for at least an hour after taking the dose.

Before a patient is instructed to buy Canadian Boniva, a healthcare professional will discuss how to take the medication, including dosage and frequency.

Prescribing Boniva

Boniva will not be prescribed to anyone who is unable to sit or stand upright for at least an hour after taking it. It is important to remain vertical for this period of time due to the risk of esophageal problems; individuals who cannot do so risk blockage or the eventual formation of ulcers.

Boniva should not be prescribed if the patient is allergic to ibandronate, suffers with kidney disease, has hypocalcemia or has a problem with the esophagus, which may prevent Boniva being correctly administered.

Caution must be taken by individuals who have issues swallowing, pre-existing ulcers in the stomach or esophagus, kidney disease or a vitamin D deficiency. Such conditions may prevent Boniva from working effectively or prove a safety risk. As with all medications, a full history and current prescribed and non-prescribed medicines and supplements must be disclosed, as they may reduce the effectiveness of Boniva.

Boniva may not be suitable for expectant or breastfeeding mothers.

Boniva Side effects

Bisphosphonates can be associated with a loss of bone in the jaw, known as Osteonecrosis of the jaw. Symptoms include pain, numbness, swelling, gum disease and loose teeth, as well as a reduction in the jaw bone's healing ability, post-surgery. Prior to any dental work being carried out it is important to disclose that Boniva has been prescribed; the medication may need to be ceased for a short time around surgery.

Typical side effects of Boniva are headaches, diarrhea, flu-like symptoms, redness of the eyes and nausea. Other, more serious, side effects include, but are not limited to, discomfort in the chest, difficulty swallowing, heartburn, severe joint, bone or muscle pain, discomfort and pain in the thigh and hip and numbness in the jaw. Immediate medical advice must be sought in the event of any of these or other symptoms being experienced.

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