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Zymosine is a natural anti-inflammatory drug used to treat inflammation, tendonitis, muscle pain and swelling. As with any other drug, this medicine also brings some adverse reactions. The most common side effects are heartburn, stomach upset, skin rashes and ulcers. If you take Zymosine with perfect food, you can prevent some of these problems. Long term use increases the possibilities of having these side effects.
Zymosine, a natural herbal supplement, contains ingredients such as glucosamine, boswellia serrata, bromelain, boron, devils claw, methylsulfonylmethane or chondroitin. The regular prescribed dosage of this medicine is two capsules three times a day. If you need, it can be increased to three capsules three times a day. If you take this medicine for Osteoarthritis, you can decrease the dose to one capsule three times a day after 30 to 60 days. Overdose of this medication cause serious side effects.
Sudden decrease in the quantity of urine; swelling of the lower legs, feet or face are the less common adverse effects. Most of them are frequently happen in older adults and people having serious health problems and other medical conditions. Inform your doctor, if you face any severe problems with this medicine. Always read precautions and follow all instructions on the label. It is recommended that the patients should discuss the use of this supplement with their healthcare provider.
Do not take this drug if you have a history of dangerous allergic reactions to any of the Zymosine ingredients. As it has the ability to interact with other drugs, inform your physician about all the medications you take. That includes doctor prescribed medicines, non-prescription medications, herbal supplements and vitamins. The ingredients in Zymosine sometimes may result common or serious allergic reactions. Ask a doctor if you have allergies or any other medical problems.
This medication may cause problems in the unborn child. So do not use Zymosine during pregnancy, especially the last three months. In addition, it will make complications during delivery. If you are pregnant or trying to get pregnant, inform your healthcare provider before taking this medication. The medicine also has effect on nursing babies. For this reason, Zymosine is not approved for nursing women.
Advil, Aleve, Bayer, Celebrex, Motrin, Anaprox, Feldene, Clinoril, Actron and Daypro are other popular anti-inflammatory drugs.