FAQs ABOUT SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE
Is it safe to use SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE in elder people?
SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE should be used with caution in elderly patients (aged 65 years and above) as they might be at higher risk of getting side effects. Consult your doctor before taking SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE.
Can I use SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE if I have heart problems?
SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE should be used with caution in patients with heart attack, high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythm changes and other heart problems. Consult your doctor for advice. The doctor will determine a proper dose of SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE or select a suitable alternative treatment for you.
Can I take SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE if I have diabetes?
SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE may decrease blood sugar levels. Therefore, if you are a diabetic, you need to be extra careful since blood sugar levels may become so low that you may become unconscious. Keep a regular check on the blood sugar levels, based on which your dose of anti-diabetics may be changed by your doctor.
Can SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE cause any change in blood pressure?
Generally, SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE is known to cause an increase in blood pressure. So, it is important to keep a regular check on blood pressure levels. Inform your doctor if you have severe headaches, dizziness, lightheadedness or a change in vision.
Can I stop taking SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE on my own?
Do not stop taking SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE on your own. You are advised to take SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE for as long as your doctor has prescribed it for you, depending on your medical condition. Do not hesitate to talk to your doctor if you experience any difficulty while taking SUTINAT 50 CAPSULE.