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Osteoporosis is a disease that causes a decrease in bone mass and an alteration in the amount and variety of proteins in a person’s bones. Particularly prevalent in postmenopausal women, due to a reduction in the hormone, estrogen, it leads to a deterioration in the bones’ microstructure and increases the risk of breaks and fractures.
What is Ibandronate used for?
Ibandronate is a bisphosphonate, a type of drug specifically manufactured to prevent the loss of bone mass and treat osteoporosis in postmenopausal women.
While it can be used to treat Osteoporosis, Ibandronate is not a cure and is only effective if taken correctly. Osteoporosis is often present without symptoms and patients must continue to take Ibandronate, even if they feel well.
How to take Ibandronate?
Ibandronate should be taken first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, before any food, drink or additional medicines. Nothing else should be consumed for an hour after taking Ibandronate in order for it to be fully absorbed into the body.
It is imperative that the medication is taken in strict accordance with the doctor’s instructions. If taken incorrectly, bisphosphonates can cause damage to the esophagus and ulcers/sores in the mouth; the tablets must never be split, chewed, sucked or crushed. They should be swallowed whole, with plain water, while sitting or standing upright, to aid digestion.
Ibandronate must not be prescribed to anyone who is allergic to any of its ingredients or to expectant or breastfeeding mothers. It may not be suitable for individuals who are allergic to other types of medication. A full list of all prescribed and non-prescribed medicines must be disclosed to a healthcare professional prior to being prescribed Ibandronate.
Ibandronate may not be prescribed to people suffering from anemia, kidney disease, certain stomach conditions or ulcers, patients diagnosed with cancer or those who have difficulty swallowing. Its beneficial effects may be altered or compromised when taken in conjunction with other medications, such as aspirin, steroids, anti-inflammatory medicines and cancer chemotherapy.
The medication will not be suitable for individuals who have difficulty remaining upright for extended periods of time; reclining will prevent the product from working properly and may cause further medical issues.
Ibandronate has been associated with osteonecrosis of the jaw, particularly in those who have had dental work. For this reason dosage may be suspended should any further surgery need to be carried out. However, it would usually be advised that dental advice is sought and any necessary procedures carried out before the individual is told to buy Ibandronate. It is important to maintain good oral hygiene in order to keep teeth and gums healthy.
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Ibandronate Side Effects
Side effects of Ibandronate include, but are not limited to, weakness, headaches, dizziness, fever, constipation and gastrointestinal problems. Due to the nature of this medication it can also cause joint, bone and muscle pain. Any new or worsening pain must be discussed with a healthcare professional. It should be noted that patients taking Ibandronate are at an elevated risk of suffering thighbone fractures.
More serious side effects are difficulty or pain when swallowing, chest pain, a rash, poor healing in the jaw bone following dental work or injury and general mouth soreness. Any of these symptoms must be reported to a medical professional immediately.