FAQs ABOUT LYSOFLAM
What is LYSOFLAM used for?
LYSOFLAM is used to treat various painful conditions such as flare-ups of joint or back pain, gout attacks, pain caused by kidney stones or due to injuries, fractures or trauma. LYSOFLAM is also used to prevent or treat pain following an operation.
What common side effects are seen with LYSOFLAM?
The common side effects of receiving LYSOFLAM are nausea and discomfort, pain, redness or lumps at the site of injection. Inform your doctor if any of the side effects gets worse during or after treatment with LYSOFLAM.
Can LYSOFLAM be used in breast-feeding women?
LYSOFLAM should be used in breastfeeding women only if clearly advised by your doctor. Consult your doctor before receiving LYSOFLAM if you are breastfeeding your child or wish to breastfeed if your baby is born prematurely.
Can LYSOFLAM be used in elderly patients?
LYSOFLAM should be used with caution in elderly patients. Your doctor may initiate the treatment with the lowest effective dose. Consult your doctor for advice before receiving LYSOFLAM.
Is LYSOFLAM safe to use in patients with liver problems?
LYSOFLAM is not recommended for use in patients with liver failure. It should be used with caution in patients with liver problems and your doctor may monitor your liver function test during treatment with this medicine. Consult your doctor for advice before receiving LYSOFLAM.