Orofer 100 Injection is given by slow infusion (drip) into a vein by your doctor or nurse. Your doctor will decide the dose you need and how many injections you should have to improve your anemia. It will also help to eat a well-balanced diet that has enough iron. Good sources of iron include pulses (dal), green leafy vegetables like spinach, beans, eggs, dry fruits, and non-vegetarian foods.
most common side effects
You should not have this medicine if your anemia is not caused by a lack of iron. Before taking it, tell your doctor if you have rheumatoid arthritis, asthma or other allergies, high blood pressure, or liver problems. This may affect your treatment. It is not known whether this medicine is safe for use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding so please take advice from your doctor. You will have tests to check your blood cells and iron levels, monitor your progress and check for side effects. It may be advisable to limit alcohol during treatment.
USES OF OROFER INJECTION
- Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia
BENEFITS OF OROFER INJECTION
In Treatment of Iron deficiency anemia
SIDE EFFECTS OF OROFER INJECTION
Common side effects of Orofer
- Taste change
- Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness)
- Decreased blood pressure
- High blood pressure
HOW TO USE OROFER INJECTION
HOW OROFER INJECTION WORKS