FAQs ABOUT ATOREC ASP
Can ATOREC ASP cause muscle pain?
Yes, ATOREC ASP may cause muscle pain, weakness, and tenderness in some individuals, it should be used with caution in elderly patients. ATOREC ASP can lead to abnormal muscle breakdown known as rhabdomyolysis which can be identified by symptoms such as red-brown discoloration of urine, high fever. Consult your doctor immediately, if left untreated it can lead to severe kidney problems.
Can I drink alcohol while taking ATOREC ASP?
No, avoid drinking alcohol while taking ATOREC ASP as it may increase the risk of bleeding in stomach or delays bleeding time. Drinking alcohol also worsens the condition of the patient resulting in increased risk of heart attack or stroke.
Is ATOREC ASP safe to use in lung disease patients?
ATOREC ASP should be used with caution in patients having asthma or other chronic respiratory problems as it can induce asthma attacks or causing difficulty in breathing due to obstruction of airways. Also, ATOREC ASP should be used with caution in patients with nasal polyps and allergic rhinitis.
What foods should I avoid while taking ATOREC ASP?
While taking ATOREC ASP avoid eating foods high in fat or cholesterols such as fried or processed foods, grapefruit juice, dairy products, and red meat which can lead to poor therapeutic outcome to treat disease.
Can I take ATOREC ASP with hypertension drugs?
ATOREC ASP should be used with caution in patients with high blood pressure as it can increase the risk of high blood pressure or alter the effectiveness of anti-hypertensive medicine (such as lisinopril, ramipril, chlorthalidone) leading to poor therapeutic outcome in managing high blood pressure. Before taking ATOREC ASP inform your doctor about previous medication history.