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Altraz 1 mg is given to women who have finished menopause for:
— Treatment of early breast cancer
— Treatment of metastatic breast cancer in women whose cancer is hormone receptor-positive or the hormone receptors are unknown
— Treatment of advanced breast cancer, if cancer has spread after tamoxifen therapy.
Altraz is not effective in premenopausal women with breast cancer.
Take Altraz 1 mg exactly as your doctor has prescribed by your doctor. The doctor will decide how much of this medicine you should take each day. The recommended adult dose is one tablet a day. Try to take the tablet each day at the same time. The medicine may be taken before or after consuming food. Swallow the pill with a glass full of water. Don’t break or chew the tablets. Do not discontinue treatment even if you feel well until your doctor advises you. Anastrazole helps to control your condition but can’t cure it. Therefore, it is important to take it every day.
Do not take Altraz 1 mg if you have/are:
— Not finished menopause
— Allergic to any of the ingredients in Altraz, 1 mg
— Pregnant or planning to conceive. Anastrozole may harm your unborn child. If you get pregnant during the treatment, tell your doctor straight away.
— A man. Men are not normally treated with Altraz
Inform your doctor if you have the following medical conditions:
- Any disease which affects your liver, kidney, or heart
If you have any of these disorders, it may not be appropriate for you to take Altraz 1 mg. Also, inform him if you are taking any of the following medicines:
— Tamoxifen is a medicine used for the treatment of cancer
— Medicines such as leuprorelin or goserelin
— Hormonal replacement therapy or oral contraceptives
— Ant health food products that contain estrogen for post-menopausal symptoms
— Any other medicines, including those you get without a prescription from your local drug store.
These medicines may affect the mechanism of action of Anastrazole. Your doctor can tell you what to do if you take any of these medicines.
It is unlikely that Altraz will affect your ability to drive a car or operate machinery requiring your complete attention. However, some patients may occasionally feel weak or sleepy, and caution should be taken when driving or operating machinery while such symptoms occur. If this is the case with you, speak to your doctor for advice.
Tell your doctor if you do not feel well while taking Antrazole tablets as soon as possible. Inform him if you experience hot flushes, sleepiness, joint pain, nausea, vomiting, depression, headache, diarrhoea, thinning of the hair, vaginal dryness, anorexia, hives, bone loss, or inflammation of joints. Some side effects with Anastrazole are mild, but for some, you may need medical treatment.