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RejuLox-OD Capsule is a nutritional supplement used to manage osteoarthritis (degeneration of joints). It contains undenatured collagen type II and aflapin as active ingredients that help enhance joint function.
Collagen is a protein structure that forms a fibrous network, throughout your body and keeps you in one piece. Aflapin has been found to inhibit the 5-LOX pathway, which is involved in the pain and inflammation process, thus relieving joint pain.
Always take RejuLox-OD Capsule as advised by your physician. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Ask your doctor before taking it during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Consult your doctor if you notice any unusual side effects while taking RejuLox-OD Capsule.
Q: Does RejuLox-OD Capsule help in osteoporosis?
A: This medicine contains collagen that seems to improve self-reported symptoms of osteoarthritis like stiffness and pain. Consult your doctor for further queries.
Q: What should I do if I miss taking a dose of RejuLox-OD Capsule?
A: Skip the missed dose if it is almost time for your next dose. Do not take an extra dose of RejuLox-OD Capsule to compensate for the missed dose.
Q: Can RejuLox-OD Capsule cause stomach problems?
A: Some people might experience stomach problems due to the collagen present in this medicine. In such cases, take it with, or just after meals. Stick to simple meals. Avoid eating oily or spicy foods. If stomach problems persist, contact your doctor.
Q: Can I take RejuLox-OD Capsule at night?
A: You can take RejuLox-OD Capsule at night, as long as you take it with a small bit of food to coat your stomach and to help your body absorb the ingredients. Consult your doctor for advice.
Q: Can I take RejuLox-OD Capsule daily?
A: Take it as advised by your physician. If there is no improvement in your condition or if your symptoms worsen after taking it for several days, please contact your doctor.
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