Monovit D3 I.M./Oral Ampul
Monovit D3 I.M./Oral Ampul is a medication that contains Vitamin D3 as its active ingredient and is used to treat or prevent conditions caused by a lack of Vitamin D in the body. This medication is generally well-tolerated when taken at normal doses and for the recommended duration of treatment. However, it is important to consult with your doctor or pharmacist for more information about the potential side effects of Monovit D3 I.M./Oral Ampul and to report any side effects you may experience while taking this medication.
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Each 1 Ml Ampoule Contains: 7.5 Mg (300.000 Iu) Of Vitamin D3.
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Monovit D3 is mainly used for treating or preventing the following conditions:
- Vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency
- Prevention and treatment of Vitamin D deficiency due to malabsorption
- Rickets in newborns, infants, and children
- Osteomalacia caused by Vitamin D deficiency
- Supportive treatment for osteoporosis
- Prevention of osteoporotic fractures in patients at risk
- Treatment of secondary hyperparathyroidism
Dosage and Administration
The dosage and duration of treatment with Monovit D3 should be determined by your doctor, depending on the condition being treated. The medication can be taken orally or administered intramuscularly, based on the doctor’s recommendation and your preference. However, if you have calcium absorption disorders, it should be injected into the muscle.
It is important to note that Monovit D3 should not be used by patients who are allergic to Vitamin D or any of its components. Additionally, it should not be used in high doses for a long period of time by patients with severe hypertension, advanced arteriosclerosis, or active pulmonary tuberculosis. The medication is also contraindicated in patients with Vitamin D hypervitaminosis, hypercalcemia, hypercalciuria, kidney stones containing calcium, or calcium hypersensitivity.
If you need to continuously use Vitamin D3, then you should monitor your kidney function. Special precautions should be taken for patients who are immobile, receiving treatment with benzothiadiazine derivatives, have a history of kidney stones, have sarcoidosis or pseudo-hypoparathyroidism.
Possible Side Effects
When taken at normal doses and for the recommended duration of treatment, Monovit D3 is generally well-tolerated. However, high doses of Vitamin D3 or prolonged use without proper medical supervision can result in side effects such as:
- Increased calcium excretion in urine
- High levels of calcium in the blood (hypercalcemia)
- Increased residual nitrogen levels in the blood (these can be detected through blood and urine tests)
- Constipation, flatulence, nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea
Before taking Monovit D3, it is important to consult with your doctor or pharmacist for more information about the potential side effects of this medication. Be sure to report any side effects you may experience while taking Monovit D3 to your healthcare provider.
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