The ReliPoietin 4000 IU injection contains Epoetin Alpha as a key ingredient. This injection stimulates the bone marrow to stimulate the production of new red blood cells.
The ReliPoietin 4000 IU injection is used to treat anaemia associated with chronic kidney disease and cancer-induced anaemia.
Other uses include treatment of low hemoglobin levels, anemia caused by zidovudine drugs in HIV-cases, neurological disorders, etc.
This is not a complete list of all the possible side effects of this drug. If you have serious side effects and they become very troublesome, seek medical advice from your doctor.
Drug allergies are quite common and may occur as a result of reactions to active ingredients as well as inactive ingredients. The most common side effects of allergies are itching, rash, urticaria, shortness of breath, low blood pressure, dizziness and loosening.
Common side effects
Muscle and joint pain
Before taking this medicine, you must always tell your pharmacist about your past and present drug allergies or other allergies. Hypersensitivity to active ingredients and inactive agents is common.
Before using the ReliPoietin 4000 IU injection, tell your doctor or pharmacist about related medical history, current medical conditions, and illnesses.