Mefon Oral Drops

Mefon Oral Drops

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Introduction to

Mefon Oral Drops should be taken with food as directed by your doctor The dosage and duration of treatment will be determined by your doctor based on your condition and response to the medication It is important to continue taking the medicine for the full recommended duration to prevent a recurrence of symptoms and worsening of your condition Inform your healthcare team about any other medications you are currently taking as some may interact with or be affected by Mefon Oral Drops Common side effects of Mefon Oral Drops may include nausea dry mouth blurred vision weakness and nervousness These side effects are usually temporary and will likely resolve with time If you have any concerns about these side effects contact your doctor immediately This medication may also cause dizziness and drowsiness so avoid driving or engaging in activities that require mental alertness until you know how it affects you Consumption of alcohol should be avoided as it can intensify dizziness Before taking Mefon Oral Drops inform your doctor if you are pregnant planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding Additionally disclose any kidney stomach or liver diseases you may have as your doctor may need to adjust the dosage accordingly