What is Nafarin-A Reformulated for?
Nafarin-A Reformulated is used to relieve the symptoms associated with common cold or flu such as nasal congestion, headache, fever, and body malaise.
What are the possible side effects when you take Nafarin-A Reformulated?
Nafarin-A Reformulated can cause dizziness, loss of consciousness, confusion, and decrease in blood pressure in the elderly. Nafarin-A Reformulated may impair ability to drive or operate machinery
How should I take Nafarin-A Reformulated?
Consult your doctor for the right dosage.
Who should not take Nafarin-A Reformulated?
Patients with hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and peptic ulcer should be cautious in taking this medication.
Is Nafarin-A Reformulated safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women?
Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers should not take Nafarin-A Reformulated.
What other medications should I avoid while taking Nafarin-A Reformulated?
Patients who take MAO inhibitors, Indomethacin, or atropine along with this drug can have an increase in blood pressure. It can also increase the bleeding effects of anticoagulants and increase the effects of depressants. Avoid alcohol intake.