FAQs ABOUT CALDOVIS 500MG
What is CALDOVIS 500MG used for?
CALDOVIS 500MG is used to treat microangiopathies such as diabetic retinopathy (loss of vision due to diabetes), hemorrhoidal syndrome (swelling of veins in lower rectum or anus), chronic venous insufficiency (presenting with pain, cramps, and inactivity of legs) and adjuvant to superficial thrombophlebitis, and other microcirculation disorders. Consult your doctor before taking CALDOVIS 500MG.
Is CALDOVIS 500MG safe to use in children and elderly?
CALDOVIS 500MG should be used with caution in children and adolescents (below 18 years of age) and in elderly patients (above 65 years of age). Consult your doctor for advice before taking CALDOVIS 500MG.
Is CALDOVIS 500MG safe to use in patients undergoing dialysis?
CALDOVIS 500MG should be used with caution in dialysis patients with serious renal failure. In such cases dose can be reduced accordingly. Consult your doctor for advice before taking CALDOVIS 500MG.
How does CALDOVIS 500MG work?
CALDOVIS 500MG helps in treating small blood vessel disorders and haemorrhoids, where calcium dobesilate works by reducing the permeability or leakage in the blood vessels by acting on collagen chains, resulting in strengthening of the vessel walls. It also reduces the action of the chemical messengers that increase the permeability of vessel walls, thereby resulting in reduced bleeding in small vessels.
Can CALDOVIS 500MG be taken during pregnancy or breast feeding?
CALDOVIS 500MG is not recommended for use in pregnant women unless it is clearly advised by your doctor. It is also not recommended for use in breastfeeding mothers as it may pass into breast milk. Consult your doctor before taking it.
When should I stop taking CALDOVIS 500MG?
Stop taking CALDOVIS 500MG and contact your doctor immediately, if you experience any signs of agranulocytosis (high fever, oral cavity infections, sore throat, and/or anogenital inflammation), and signs of infection (fever, chills, sweats and cough), skin rash, fever and bone pain.