What are the side effects of Redoxon?
Redoxon is a medicine that is accessible without a doctor prescription. Redoxon contains vitamin C, 1000mg and Zinc, 10mg per tablet. Redoxon Double Action is a more advanced version of the original product. Vitamin C and zinc occupy major roles in a wide range of essential metabolic processes through a variety of methods. Vitamin C, for example, is required to maintain healthy bones, teeth, and gums, as well as the body’s general composition. Furthermore, zinc is also another essential nutrient that the body requires to function effectively. Vitamin C and zinc interact together in synergistic ways to promote optimal health.
What Are The Possible Side Effects Of Redoxon?
Redoxon Double Action, like many other medications, may have some adverse effects, but not every consumer will experience them. The possible common side effects are gastrointestinal and stomach discomfort, diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting. If you have any of these adverse effects, consult your doctor, pharmacist, or nurse. This also includes any other potential adverse effects that are not mentioned in this article.
Other than that, there are uncommon and more severe form of side effects or allergic reactions, such as breathing or swallowing difficulties, swelling in the eyes, face, lips, throat, or oral cavity, skin rashes, broad or itching wheals on the skin, multiple sneezing episodes, runny nose, eyes discomfort, visual disturbances or water retention. If you notice any of the following allergic symptoms, please discontinue the use of Redoxon Double Action and seek emergency medical attention at your local accident and emergency department and medical practitioner.
Do Not Take Redoxon, IF
- you have an allergy to vitamin C, zinc, or any of the other relevant components in this product.
- you have or have had kidney stones, or if you have high oxalic levels in your urine, at risk of developing kidney stones.
- you have severe renal diseases or kidney failure on dialysis.
- you have an iron overload (hemochromatosis).
Because Redoxon contains aspartame, a source of phenylalanine, may exacerbate the symptoms of phenylketonuria or deteriorate the control of this disease. It is not recommended for persons who are known to have phenylketonuria.
Individuals who have hereditary illness that results in deficiency of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) and/or prone to have kidney problems, are recommended to consult a doctor or pharmacist before using Redoxon Double Action. Overdose of vitamin C, consumed greater amounts or longer than advised, can potentially cause renal problems.
Some test kits used to measure blood sugar level and some hospital investigation tests might be affected by vitamin C. Please consult your doctor or pharmacist to see whether taking vitamin supplements may influence your test results; if so, what are the next steps to prepare yourself for the tests.
Inform your doctor or pharmacist if you are currently taking, have recently taken, or plan to take any other medications, including those purchased with or without a prescription, or vitamin supplements.
- Consult your doctor before using Redoxon Double Action if you are taking Desferrioxamine (used to treat iron toxicity), Cyclosporine (an immune suppressor), or Warfarin (blood thinner).
- Please keep Redoxon Double Action at least 4 hours apart from other medications.
If you suspect to be pregnant, or intend to have a baby, or are currently pregnant, or currently breast-feeding, please consult your doctor before using Redoxon.
Individuals on a low sodium(salt-reduced) diet, such as hypertensive patients should be aware of this. Because each Redoxon includes 194 mg sodium (the primary component of cooking/table salt). This equates to 9.7 percent of an adult’s recommended maximum daily dietary salt consumption.
Redoxon is available in effervescent tablets and a variety of flavours, including orange and blackcurrant. Adults should take one tablet per day, dissolved in a glass of water (200ml); children aged 6 to 12 should take half a tablet per day, dissolved in a glass of water (200ml). Take Redoxon exactly as prescribed by your doctor or pharmacist. If you have any doubts, please approach your doctor or pharmacist.