DoxyTrax, Calcium Dubsilat
Doxyterex (Calcium Dubisylate) is a vascular protector that is thought to reduce the permeability of blood vessels and is used in a variety of peripheral circulatory disorders, including diabetic retinopathy. The generic name of this medicine is calcium dobesilate, which is produced and marketed in the form of 500 mg capsules.
In cases such as: Diabetic retinopathy, chronic venous insufficiency, phlebostasis (delayed venous blood flow), vascular edema, and post-thrombotic syndrome are recommended for DoxyTrex. It is best to take this medicine with meals.
Consumption during pregnancy and lactation
It should not be used in the first trimester of pregnancy. In the second and third trimesters, it should only be used according to the doctor’s opinion and if the advantage of using the medicine over the potential risks to the fetus is preferred.
Tell your doctor if you are breast-feeding before taking this medicine.
Treatment with this medicine is not recommended for breastfeeding mothers.
Be sure to take it according to your doctor.
Side effects of this medicine are rare, but if they occur, you should inform your doctor to give you the right advice.
Rare side effects of this medicine include gastrointestinal disorders such as diarrhea, fever, joint pain and the possibility of neutropenia in very rare cases. These side effects usually go away after stopping the medicine.
Impact on the ability to drive and use machines:
Prescribing this medicine has no effect on the ability to drive and use machines.