ENAT 400.

The drug Enat 400 is prescribed in the complex therapy of infertility, as an auxiliary therapy for menstrual irregularities. The drug is used as an adjunct if there are signs of vitamin E deficiency in the treatment of diseases of the digestive tract, muscular system, articular apparatus, neurological diseases, dysfunction of the endocrine glands, malnutrition, liver diseases, alimentary anemia, skin diseases, with sensorineural hearing loss, as part of antioxidant therapy.

Method of application: Doses of the drug Enat 400 are selected individually, depending on the nature of the disease. The average duration of use is from 1-3 weeks to 2-3 months. – for infertility, menstrual irregularities (in combination with hormonal therapy) – 400 mg every other day, repeating 5 times, starting https://jiji-ethiopia.com/adama/hotel-jobs/finance-f-b-control-xraogfsk1IpxnW3do4PoPRKF.html from the 17th day of the cycle; – for rheumatoid diseases – 400 mg daily for several weeks; – with primary muscular dystrophy – 2000 mg per day, with other neurological indications, 400 mg per day is sufficient for 30 – 60 days; – for alimentary anemias – 400 mg per day for 10 days; – for chronic hepatitis with exacerbations, treatment is prescribed with a daily dose of 400 mg for several months; – for endocrinological diseases – 400 mg per day; – as a component of antioxidant therapy, 400 mg is used 1 – 2 times a day; Children over 12 years of age are prescribed 400 mg per day. The capsule is swallowed whole with a sufficient amount of neutral liquid.

Side effects.

The use of high doses of vitamin E can aggravate blood clotting disorders caused by a lack of vitamin K.

Contraindications

The drug Enat 400 should not be taken by patients with hypersensitivity to any of the components of the drug. Special warnings. Care must be taken when using vitamin E in patients with severe cardiosclerosis and acute myocardial infarction.

Pregnancy.

Enat 400 can be used during pregnancy and lactation only under close medical supervision.

Interaction with other medicinal products.

Vitamin E facilitates the absorption and assimilation of vitamin A and prevents the development of vitamin A deficiency. At a dose of more than 10 mg / kg per day, vitamin E slows down the therapeutic effect of iron when administered to children with iron deficiency anemia. In low birth weight babies who are prescribed iron supplements, vitamin E deficiency can cause hemolytic anemia.

Vitamin E or its metabolites have the opposite effect of vitamin K. In patients who have been treated with oral anticoagulants, prolonged administration of vitamin E can cause hemorrhages. There is evidence that vitamin E can increase the effectiveness of anticonvulsants in patients with epilepsy, in whose blood an increased content of lipid peroxidation products is found.

Overdose.

With oral administration of the drug Enat 400 in recommended doses, adverse reactions do not develop. When taking the drug in high doses (

Storage conditions.

Store in a dark place, out of the reach of children, at a temperature not exceeding 25