FAQs ABOUT ROVOR 10 TABLET
Can I take ROVOR 10 TABLET before surgery?
It is very important to take ROVOR 10 TABLET before and after any surgery (including a catheter or injection into your spinal cord) exactly at the times advised by your doctor. Inform your doctor immediately if you get numbness or weakness in your legs or problems with your bowels or bladder after the end of anesthesia, because urgent care is required.
Can ROVOR 10 TABLET be crushed?
If you have difficulty swallowing ROVOR 10 TABLET whole, ask your doctor about other ways to take ROVOR 10 TABLET. ROVOR 10 TABLET may be crushed and mixed with water or a soft food such as apple puree just before you take it. If required, your doctor may give you the crushed medicine through a stomach tube.
What if I forget to take a dose of ROVOR 10 TABLET?
If you forget to take a dose of ROVOR 10 TABLET, take it as soon as you remember and continue the treatment as per your prescribed schedule. Do not take ROVOR 10 TABLET twice to make up for a forgotten dose.
Can ROVOR 10 TABLET be used in pregnancy?
Before taking ROVOR 10 TABLET, inform your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, as it may increase the risk of bleeding in you (uterine) or in your unborn baby. It is not known if ROVOR 10 TABLET can harm your unborn baby. Tell your doctor immediately if you become pregnant during treatment with ROVOR 10 TABLET. If you take ROVOR 10 TABLET during pregnancy, inform your doctor right away if you see any signs or symptoms of bleeding or blood loss.
What if I spit or vomit a dose of ROVOR 10 TABLET?
If you spit up or vomit a dose of ROVOR 10 TABLET less than 30 minutes after you have taken it, take a new dose. If you spit ROVOR 10 TABLET up more than 30 minutes after you took it, do not take a new dose and take the next one at the usual time. Contact the doctor if you repeatedly spit up or vomit ROVOR 10 TABLET doses.
Can ROVOR 10 TABLET be used in infants?
ROVOR 10 TABLET is not studied and is not recommended in children less than 6 months of age who were less than 37 weeks of growth at birth, had less than 10 days of oral feeding, or weigh less than 2.6 kg. ROVOR 10 TABLET is also not recommended in children with moderate to severe kidney disease. Consult your doctor before taking it.
Can I stop taking ROVOR 10 TABLET?
If you need to stop taking ROVOR 10 TABLET for any reason, ask your doctor to find out when you should stop taking it. Do not stop taking ROVOR 10 TABLET without consulting your doctor first.