Granilet 1mg Injection

Granilet 1mg Injection

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Introduction to

Granilet 1mg Injection should only be taken under the supervision of a healthcare professional and as prescribed by your doctor Please continue taking the injections until your doctor determines it is safe to discontinue them At that point your doctor may prescribe tablets instead of injections The common side effects of this medication include pain or reaction at the injection site headaches constipation diarrhea and weakness You may also experience dizziness and sleepiness so it is important not to drive or engage in tasks that require mental focus until you understand how this medication affects you These symptoms should go away once you stop taking the medication However if they persist or cause discomfort your doctor may offer suggestions on how to prevent or reduce them Before taking this medication inform your doctor if you have any heart or liver problems or if you have a blockage in your stomach or intestines Additionally let your doctor know about any other medications you are currently taking particularly those used to treat epilepsy heart problems cancer or depression These medications may interact with Granilet 1mg Injection If you are pregnant or breastfeeding seek advice from your healthcare team before using this medication