Grazax Grass Pollen Allergen Tablet and/or alternatives
GrazaxManufacturer: Alk Abello Source Country : United Kingdom
Shipped from : United Kingdom
This item requires a prescription from your doctor
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Description of Grazax
Grazax is a form of oral lyophilisate. The ingredients of Grazax are made of grass pollen allergen extracts. It is effective in the treatment of conjunctivitis and allergic rhinitis caused by grass pollen. Grazax works by increasing the tolerance to grass pollen. The drug has sustaining effects after the therapy has been stopped and is also a very effective medication for children suffering from allergic reactions. You can buy Grazax after getting your child examined for allergic diseases. The doctor will conduct certain allergic tests on patients and prescribe Grazax after that.
Indications & Dosage of Grazax
Grazax should be only taken as prescribed by your doctor. It is an alternative treatment to allergy shots for patients with grass pollen allergy, commonly known as hay fever.
Grazax comes in the form of sublingual tablets. The sublingual tablet is dissolved under the tongue. The recommended dose is one tablet once a day beginning four months before the onset of the grass pollen season. The therapy is usually continued throughout the year. The first dose of Grazax should always be taken under the supervision of the doctor.
You should dry your hands completely before handling Grazax tablets. The tablet should be placed beneath the tongue and allowed to be dissolved completely.
Side Effects & Interactions of Grazax
Before you buy Grazax, you should consult your doctor to know about the side effects. The minor side effects of this drug include itching or redness in the eyes, runny nose, and swelling, numbness, blistering of the mouth, lip swelling, fatigue, headache, throat irritation, cough, abdominal pain, or heartburn. These side effects mostly abate in a shorter period of time on their own, but you can consult your physician if they persist for a longer period.
The serious side effects of Grazax are difficulty swallowing, irregular rashes on any part of the body, severe Dyspnea, hoarse voice, and worsening of asthma. Patients are advised to consult their doctor immediately if any of these side effects surface.
Studies so far have reported that no drugs interact with Grazax. However, if you are on any other medication and develop specific symptoms, you can consult your doctor.
Warnings & Precautions of Grazax
Grazax should not be taken if you are allergic to any ingredients of oral lyophilisate or if you have immunological disorders, severe asthma, or cancer. Grazax should be taken with special care if you have recently undergone a recent dental surgery. Treatment should be stopped for about one week until your mouth has healed completely. Patients with an allergy to fish should take this drug with caution. In children suffering from mild asthma (upper respiratory infection), Grazax therapy should be stopped until the infection has cleared.
For pregnant women, Grazax should not be instituted during pregnancy. If a patient becomes pregnant while on Grazax therapy, she should consult her doctor about the safety of continuing treatment.
Grazax treatment should not be stopped abruptly without consulting your doctor as this will result in not getting the full benefit of the treatment. In addition, Grazax should be kept out of reach of children.