Busulmax 2mg Tablet

Busulmax 2mg Tablet

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Busulmax 2mg Tablet can be taken with or without food but it is recommended to take it at the same time every day The dosage and frequency of taking the medication will be determined by your doctor based on your condition and may change over time It is important to follow your doctors instructions and not take it in the wrong way or exceed the prescribed dosage as this can lead to serious side effects It may take several weeks or months before you start to see or feel the benefits of the medication so it is important to continue taking it unless your doctor advises otherwise Some common side effects of Busulmax 2mg Tablet include decreased blood cells red cells white cells and platelets nausea vomiting and loss of appetite If these side effects bother you or appear severe inform your doctor There may be ways to reduce or prevent these side effects Inform your doctor about your medical history especially if you have a history of bleeding disorders heart or liver disease radiation treatment or any infections It is also important to inform your doctor about all the medications you are currently taking as Busulmax 2mg Tablet can interact with other medicines If you notice unusual bruising or bleeding dark tarry or bloody stools or develop a sore throat while taking this medication inform your doctor immediately Busulmax 2mg Tablet can reduce the number of blood cells in your body making you more susceptible to infections Therefore regular blood tests are necessary to monitor your blood cells kidney liver and heart function during the treatment It is important to use effective contraception for both males and females during the treatment with Busulmax 2mg Tablet to prevent pregnancy