Without a Prescription
Hyaluronate is kind of drug that belongs to the class of analgesic. Hyaluronate is made up of a natural and highly purified sodium
Hyaluronate that comes from rooster combs. Hyaluronate is a natural chemical present in the joints of the human body.
Hyaluronate acts like a lubricant and a shock absorber in the joint. Hyaluronate is very necessary for the joint to work properly.
Hyaluronate is mainly prescribed to relieve knee pain due to Osteoarthritis. Hyaluronate is beneficial especially to patients
who do not get adequate relief from simple painkillers or from exercise and physical therapy. Hyaluronate may also be
prescribed for purposes not mentioned here.
Hyaluronate Side Effects
Hyaluronate may bring about some unwanted side effects. Talk to your doctor right away, if you experience any of the following side effects:
- Troubled breathing or wheezing;
- Tightness in chest;
- Stuffy nose;
- Pain at the place of the injection;
- Flushing of skin;
- Difficulty in swallowing;
- Allergic reactions such as skin rash swelling of eyelids face or lips and hives;
Other side effects of Hyaluronate may not need immediate medical attention. Side effects such as these may just go away during treatment period. These unusual feeling may just be an adjustment of your body to Hyaluronate medicine. However, consult to your doctor if any of the following side effects continue to bring discomfort on you:
- Blue or purple-like patches in the skin;
- Itching of the skin;
- Loss of appetite;
- Stomach pain;
- Swelling of the knee;
Other side effects of Hyaluronate although not mentioned here may also occur in some patients. If you notice any other effects
caused by Hyaluronate, seek out immediately for a medical attention.
In some countries Hyaluronate may also be known as:
- AMO Vitrax;
- Arthrum H;
- Eucerin Emulsion;
- Lagricel Ofteno;
- Ophtalin Plus;
- Optrex Contact Lens Friendly Eye Drops;
- Xidan EDO;