About Bondria: Bondria (Ibandronic Acid) is a medicinal drug that is indicated in female patients that are suffering from breast cancer. The medicine is used in preventing further bone deterioration which is associated with cancer. This it does through prevention of the spread of cancerous cells to the bones by limiting their growth. Your doctor may also prescribe this medicine for other purposes other than those listed here, discuss with your doctor for more details on the same.
How to use Bondria
Your doctor will provide you with instructions on how to use Bondria (Ibandronic Acid), make sure that you follow these instructions carefully. If there is any aspect that you do not understand, ask your doctor for clarifications. The medicine is available as tablets that are supposed to strictly, be administered orally. The tablet is best taken with water so as to reach the stomach quickly without causing much irritation. Do not take meals or have any other drink other than water six hours before taking your dose. Swallow the tablet whole without splitting, chewing, crushing or dissolving it. This helps reduce the irritating feel and also helps the body absorb the tablet as it was intended for maximum effectiveness.
The correct dosage of Bondria (Ibandronic Acid) differs among patients. It is advised that you use this medicine only if and as it has been prescribed to you by your doctor. Before calculating your dosage, your doctor will take into consideration several important factors. These include the condition being treated and how severe it is. They will also check on your medical history, consider your current health condition (weight, diet) and consider whether you are using other medication (prescriptions and non-prescriptions), herbal or supplements. For full effectiveness of your treatment, take your dosage completely. If there any alterations necessary for the dosage, your doctor will recommend them for you but do not alter your dosage without the prior consent of your doctor.
Bondria Side Effects
During your treatment, it is possible that you experience side effects. There are common ones that your body can tolerate, and these most likely disappear with continued use of the medicine. They include heartburn, dizziness, flu symptoms, stomach upsets, diarrhea, vomiting, symptoms of low calcium, nausea, headaches, pins and needles, weakness, change in taste and muscle or joint pains. Other severe side effects are possible, and these include severe chest pains, pain after swallowing drinks or food, severe vomiting or severe nausea. There are other possible side effects not listed here that you may experience, talk to your doctor for more information on this.
This medicine may not be safe for certain patients including;
Those suffering from low levels of calcium in the blood
Pregnant women, those who are breastfeeding or trying to get pregnant
Those that suffer from allergies or allergic to any active ingredient of the medicine
Contact your doctor for specialized treatment using Bondria (Ibandronic Acid) if you suffer from disturbances of mineral metabolism for instance deficiency of vitamin D, if you have known kidney problems or cannot stand or sit for a consecutive hour.