Buy Tamoxifen (Tamoxifen Citrate) 20MG by TEVA
The use of Teva Tamoxifen Canada is not recommended in patients with galactose intolerance, Lapp lactase deficiency or glucose or galactose malabsorption syndrome (rare hereditary diseases).
Tamoxifene TEVA Canada 20 mg dosage
It is important to strictly follow the one prescribed by your doctor.
Method and route of administration:
Frequency of administration:
The treatment is administered, as the case may be, once or twice a day.
Duration of treatment:
It varies from patient to patient and is determined by your doctor.
Contraindications for Tamoxifene Canada TEVA 20 mg:
Do not take TAMOXIFENE TEVA CANADA 20 mg film-coated tablets in case of pregnancy, breast-feeding and allergy to any of the ingredients.
IN CASE OF DOUBT, IT IS ESSENTIAL TO ASK THE ADVICE OF YOUR DOCTOR OR PHARMACIST
Precautions for Tamoxifene Canada TEVA 20 mg:
Take special care with TAMOXIFENE TEVA CANADA 20 mg film-coated tablets:
Co-administration with the following drugs should be avoided because a reduction in the effect of tamoxifen Canada cannot be ruled out: paroxetine, fluoxetine (antidepressants), bupropion (antidepressant or cessation aid), quinidine (eg : used in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias) and cincalet / cinacalcet (for the treatment of disorders of the parathyroid gland).
Precautions for use:
- The treatment requires regular clinical and biological monitoring.
- Tell your doctor if you have hypertriglyceridemia (increased triglycerides).
- In case of abnormal vaginal bleeding, it is important to consult your doctor as soon as possible.
- If in doubt do not hesitate to seek the advice of your doctor or pharmacist.
Known side effects of Tamoxifene TEVA Canada 20 mg
Like all medicines, TAMOXIFENE TEVA Canada 20 mg film-coated tablets can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
In all women, whatever their age, can occur:
- abnormalities of the uterus (cancer of the uterus including endometrial cancer) which can manifest itself by bleeding which must prompt consultation,
- thromboembolic events (formation of clots in the blood vessels),
- visual disturbances,
- inflammatory conditions and lesions of the optic nerve, and in very rare cases blindness,
- flushing, itching in the vulva,
- nausea that gives way by splitting the catch, diarrhoea and constipation,
- slight gynaecological losses,
- sometimes severe rashes, allergic reactions, hair loss,
- biological changes to liver enzymes,
- a decrease in the number of platelets (thrombocytopenia),
- a decrease in the number of white blood cells (leukopenia) or a specific decrease in a type of white blood cell (neutropenia and agranulocytosis),
- a decrease in the number of red blood cells (anaemia),
- inflammation of the small blood vessels in the skin leading to rashes,
- pain in the breast and very rarely edema,
Occasionally, more severe liver problems led to death. These liver disorders include liver inflammation, cirrhosis, hepatocellular damage, liver swelling, decreased bile formation, and liver failure. These symptoms may include a general feeling of malaise, with or without jaundice (yellow discoloration of the skin and the eye), lung disease, joint and / or muscle pain, non-cancerous masses in the vaginal mucosa (called vaginal polyps), inflammation of the skin characterized by rash or erythema very often in areas exposed to the sun (a condition called lupus cutaneous erythematosus), a skin condition characterized by blisters in areas exposed to the sun and associated with an increase in liver production of a special group of cellular pigments (called porphyrins), cramps in the legs, sudden weakness or paralysis in the arms or legs, sudden difficulty in speaking, walking, reflecting or grasping objects due to decreased blood flow to the cerebral vessels. These symptoms may be signs of an attack, cysts of the ovary.
The dosage regimen is set individually, depending on the indications, the patient’s condition.