DHT: Side effects, precaution, Indication

Roxane Laboratories, Inc. | DHT (Medication)

DHT: Indications

DHT is the short form of Dihydrotachysterol which is a form of vitamin D, a fat-soluble vitamin stored in the body, necessary for normal bone development. Dihydrotachysterol is used to treat hypocalcemia (lack of calcium in the blood) and hypoparathyroidism (lack of parathyroid hormone in the body).

Take this medicine by mouth, exactly as your doctor prescribed for your condition….

DHT: Side Effects

Generally, DHT is well tolerated. Though, side effects such as dry skin; changes in your bowel habits; dry mouth; or muscle pain may occur. If any of these persist or worsen, call your doctor.

More serious side effects, witch medical care immediately include: an allergic reaction – rash, itching, difficulty breathing, closing of the throat, swelling of the lips, tongue, or face, or hives; bone pain, hard lumps under your skin; eyes that are more sensitive to light; eye redness or discharge; weight loss; metallic taste in your mouth; urinating more than usual, especially at night; nausea, vomiting; severe stomach pain; high fever; or uneven heartbeats….

DHT: Precaution

Before using this medicine inform your doctor if you are allergic to it, to other drugs, or if you have any other allergies. Tell your doctor if you are using other medicine and if you have or ever have had any of the following conditions: heart disease; circulation problems; kidney disease; or sarcoidosis.

During pregnancy and breastfeeding ask your doctor advice before using DHT….

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