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Butrum 1mg Injection 1ml

Butrum 1mg Injection 1ml

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Butrum 1mg Injection should only be administered by a healthcare professional It is important not to selfadminister this medicine at home The dosage will be determined based on the purpose for which it is being taken and how well it alleviates your symptoms The most common side effects of this medicine include reactions at the injection site such as pain redness and swelling Other side effects may include headaches dizziness drowsiness vomiting nausea and constipation If any of these side effects persist or worsen it is important to inform your doctor They may be able to suggest methods to prevent or reduce these symptoms Prior to using this medicine it is crucial to inform your doctor about your medical history particularly if you have a history of stomach ulcers heart disease high blood pressure or liver and kidney disease Additionally inform your doctor about all other medications you are currently taking as they may interact with or be affected by this medicine Pregnant and breastfeeding women should consult their doctors before using this medicine