Buxoric 40mg Tablet 10s

Buxoric 40mg Tablet 10s

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Buxoric 40 Tablet can be consumed with or without food It is important to continue taking the medication as prescribed by your doctor even when not experiencing a gout attack Discontinuing its use may lead to worsened symptoms due to the increased formation of crystals in the joints To aid in managing gout it is advisable to make dietary changes such as avoiding alcohol and nonvegetarian foods as well as ensuring adequate fluid intake Although Buxoric 40 Tablet may cause common side effects like headaches diarrhea nausea skin rash and a temporary increase in gout symptoms it is important not to stop taking the medication Your doctor may recommend painkillers and additional medicines to help alleviate or prevent these symptoms In rare cases some individuals may experience a severe allergic reaction which requires urgent medical attention Symptoms of this reaction may include difficulty in breathing hives swelling of the face and throat and weakness Promptly inform your doctor if you experience any signs of liver disease such as persistent nausea dark urine or yellowing of the eyes or skin Prior to taking this medication inform your doctor if you have any heart problems a history of stroke thyroid issues or kidney and liver problems If you are pregnant or breastfeeding it is best to avoid using this medicine Consult your doctor for guidance Regular blood tests will be necessary to ensure that your liver is functioning properly while taking Buxoric 40 Tablet