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Wat is allopurinol? n in which condition it is used n wat are there side effects.wat is the another?

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Inactive 11 Jul 2010

What Is Allopurinol?
Allopurinol (Zyloprim®) is a prescription medication approved to prevent the following conditions:

High uric acid levels due to cancer treatment
Kidney stones in people with high uric acid levels.

Side Effects of Allopurinol to Report
There are a number of possible side effects with allopurinol that you should report to your healthcare provider. These include, but are not limited to:

A skin rash
Easy bruising or bleeding
Frequent or persistent infections
Signs of liver problems, such as weight loss, appetite loss, itching, and increased liver enzymes
Painful urination
Blood in the urine
Irritation of the eyes
Signs of an allergic reaction, including itching, unexplained swelling of the lips or mouth, wheezing, or difficulty breathing or swallowing.

Common Side Effects

Gout attacks.

Less common side effects

Indigestion or heartburn
Muscle pain
Joint pain
Unusual sensations (such as burning, pricking, or tingling) in the hands or feet
Hair loss
Taste changes or loss of taste.

Hope this helps... from a caring individual

Rajive Goel 11 Jul 2010

Great Amigo!

nishantbambhaniya 11 Jul 2010

thank u so much dear

Inactive 11 Jul 2010

Nishitba... no need to thnak me anytimeI can help I will do so.

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