food interaction for ADOVA
alcohol interaction for ADOVA
pregnancy interaction for ADOVA
lactation interaction for ADOVA
There is positive evidence of human fetal risk, but the benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk, for example in life-threatening situations. Please consult your doctor.
SALT INFORMATION for ADOVA
How it works
Common side effects
Common Dosage for ADOVA 1 MG TABLET
Patients taking ADOVA 1 MG TABLET
- 100%Once A Day
SUBSTITUTES for ADOVA
- ARIMIDEX 1 MG TABLET(14 tablets in strip)Astra ZenecaRs. 245.36/tabletRs. 3435pay 445% more per tablet
- STAZONEX 1 MG TABLET(10 tablets in strip)Abbott India LtdRs. 53.35/tabletRs. 533.55pay 19% more per tablet
- ALTRAZ 1 MG TABLET(14 tablets in strip)Alkem Laboratories LtdRs. 57.86/tabletRs. 810pay 29% more per tablet
- FEMISTRA 1 MG TABLET(10 tablets in strip)Zydus CadilaRs. 36.68/tabletRs. 366.81save 18% more per tablet
- ARMOTRAZ 1 MG TABLET(10 tablets in strip)Cipla LtdRs. 49.50/tabletRs. 495pay 10% more per tablet
Expert advice for ADOVA
- Do consult your doctor before taking anastrozole, if you are not sure that you have reached menopause (the time in a woman’s life when her menstrual periods stop).
- Use with caution if you have heart disease problems, problem related to blood circulation, severe liver disease, high blood levels of cholesterol, if you have osteoporosis (thinning and weakening of bones) or low levels of mineral in your bones that affects its strength (low bone mineral density).
- Avoid using amiodarone if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or breast-feeding.
- Do contact your doctor immediately if you experience signs of a stroke or serious blood clot- sudden numbness or weakness (particularly on one side of the body), sudden severe headache, slurred speech, or problems with vision or balance.
Frequently asked questions for ADOVA
Q.Is anastrozole a steroid/hormone?
No. Anastrozole is a non-steroidal drug used in the treatment of breast cancer in post-menopausal women. It does not have a structure or effect similar to steroids. It is not a hormone
Q.Is anastrozole a chemo drug/considered chemotherapy/chemotoxic?
Yes. Anastrozole is a non-steroidal chemo drug. It is used as a part of chemotherapy or with other chemotoxic agents in the treatment of early-stage or advanced breast cancer in post-menopausal women
Q.Is anastrozole a controlled substance/illegal?
No. Anastrozole is not a controlled substance and does not have a potential for addiction and abuse. It is not an illegal drug
Q.Is anastrozole better than tamoxifen?
Anastrozole and tamoxifen are two different drugs with similar uses but different mechanism of action and so cannot be compared
Q.Is anastrozole same as Arimidex?
Yes. Arimidex is a trade name for active drug anastrozole
Q.Can I take anastrozole/arimidex with proviron/ glucosamine/ melatonin/ aspirin/ turmeric/ ibuprofen?
Anastrozole (trade name: arimidex) has no known serious interaction with mesterolone (trade name: proviron), glucosamine, melatonin, aspirin, turmeric or ibuprofen. Please inform your doctor about all the medication you are currently taking to avoid interactions that may reduce effectiveness of any treatment or aggravate side effects
Q.Does anastrozole cause weight gain/hair loss/high blood pressure/arthritis/raise cholesterol/ joint pain?
Yes. Increase in body weight, hair loss, high blood pressure, inflammation of joints (arthritis), raised blood levels of cholesterol and joint pain are among the possible side effects of anastrozole
Q.Does anastrozole increase testosterone?
No. Anastrozole has no known effect in raising testosterone levels
Q.Does anastrozole help gyno?
Anastrozole has no known effect on breast enlargement in men. ‘Gyno’ is a slang word used commonly among body builders for gynecomastia (enlargement of breasts in men).