Eulexin Product Description
Eulexin is a hormonal agent, related to a class of non-steroidal antiandrogens. Eulexin pills are used to treat prostate cancer, including severe stages of the disease. To control the symptoms and to prevent the malignancy progression, Eulexin pills should be taken in combination with a LHRH-agonist.
Combined treatment of prostate cancer can prevent the worsening of symptoms, associated with acute increase in the level of blood testosterone (flare reaction). Hormone therapy involves Eulexin 250mg three times a day at regular intervals. The maximum daily dosage of Eulexin should not exceed 750mg.
If you realized that you had missed a Eulexin pill on time, take it right away. But if it is nearly the time for your next dose of the non-steroidal antiandrogen, just skip the missed dose and take Eulexin pills, according to the recommended schedule. Do not take a double dose to catch up the dosage.
The men, suffering from prostate cancer are recommended to start taking Eulexin 2 months before the planned radiotherapy, and to use Eulexin during the whole course of radiation therapy.
Antiandrogen Eulexin is better to be stored at room temperature under 30°C in a tightly closed container, protected from light.
Eulexin Safety Information
The antineoplastic therapy with Eulexin pills is prescribed to men only. Eulexin therapy should be initiated at least one day before taking LHRH-agonists.
All the materials of Eulexin, provided in this review, are intended to be strictly informative and advisory. They should not be used to substitute for a full consultation of the oncologists or urologists, or other trained medical personnel. The online pharmacy shall not be responsible for any consequences, resulting from usage of the provided information on Eulexin.
Eulexin Side Effects
Usually, any possible undesirable effects after the application of Eulexin, pass quickly after the dose reduction or full cessation of Eulexin intake. Reversible galactorrhea or gynaecomastia may develop in some men taking Eulexin. Intake of anti-androgen Eulexin in combination with LHRH agonists may cause undesirable effects, such as: gastro-intestinal disorders (including nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, and anorexia), hot flushes, anemia, decreased libido, or impotence.