FAQs ABOUT OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET
Can OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET cause leg swelling?
Yes, OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET may cause swelling of hands, arms, feet, ankles or legs in some individuals. Try to keep your legs elevated for some time. Follow a calorie-restricted diet as advised by your doctor. If the condition did not improve or become worse consult your doctor.
Can OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET be taken during pregnancy?
No, OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET is strictly not recommended for use during pregnancy since it may cause serious harm to the growing baby. Consult your doctor before taking this medicine. Women of childbearing potential should follow suitable contraceptive method to avoid pregnancy and should discontinue using OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET if became pregnant as early as possible.
Can I take my diabetic medicines along with OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET?
Avoid concomitant use of anti-diabetic medicines (such as metformin, insulin, diazoxide or others) with OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET without consulting your doctor. Your doctor may adjust the dose or frequently monitor your blood sugar levels to safely use these medicines together.
Can OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET cause dehydration?
Yes, OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET may cause severe dehydration in some individuals. If you experience severe persistent diarrhea or vomiting, consult your doctor immediately to avoid the risk of electrolyte imbalance.
Can OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET cause low sodium levels?
Yes, OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET can cause hyponatremia (low sodium levels in blood) in some individuals. To avoid this, your doctor will regularly check electrolyte balance in your body and adjust your dose accordingly. However, if you experience any symptoms of hyponatremia such as fainting, dizziness, thirst, dry mouth, contact your doctor immediately.
What to do if I forget to take a dose of OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET?
You should take OLMEWYN H 40MG TABLET immediately when you remember. If it is time for your next dose skip the dose and follow your regular dose schedule. Do not double the dose to match up your missed dose.