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|US Brand Name||Arimidex|
|Manufacturer||Onko Ilac, Turkey|
Aristu Anastrazole 1 mg is a hormone therapy treatment for breast cancer in women who have gone through natural menopause (when periods end). It can be used after surgery with or without radiation. Anastrozole is specifically administered in women with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer (in which cancer cells need estrogen to grow). Aristu is prescribed as the first treatment of advanced-stage breast cancer in women whose breast cancer is hormone receptor-positive or the hormone receptors are unknown. It is also recommended in advanced-stage breast cancer if the cancer growth has spread after tamoxifen therapy.
Take Aristu exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Take the anticancer tablet every day. The tablet can be taken before or after consuming food. If you take more of this medicine than your doctor prescribes, contact your doctor immediately. Do not take an additional dose until instructed by your doctor.
Aristu 1 mg may not be appropriate for you. Before taking this medicine, tell your doctor about all the medical conditions, including if you have a previous heart problem, osteoporosis, high cholesterol, or have not finished menopause. Do not take Anastrozole if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding. Also, inform your doctor of all the medications, including vitamins and herbal supplements.
You should not take Aristu 1 mg with tamoxifen. Using both these medications at the same time may lower the amount of Anastrozole in your bloodstream and may cause it to be less effective. The anticancer medicine may not work with hormone replacement therapy, vaginal rings, birth control pills, estrogen creams, and vaginal suppositories.
Common side effects in women taking Aristu 1 mg include weakness, joint pain, hot flashes, sore throat, mood changes, depression, high blood pressure, rash, back pain, thinning of the hair, sleep problems, bone pain, carpal tunnel syndrome (pain, coldness, tingling, coldness, weakness in parts of the hand). Talk to your doctor for medical advice about side effects.
Anastrozole can cause serious side effects, including severe allergic reactions. Get immediate medical help if you get swelling of the lips, tongue, or throat, trouble swallowing, and trouble breathing. Aristu 1 mg can cause inflammation of the liver. Discontinue treatment and call your doctor immediately if you develop signs of a liver problem: the feeling of not being well, yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes, or pain on the right side of the abdomen. Stop taking Anastrozole and talk to your doctor immediately if you develop ulcers, skin lesions, or blisters.