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Imrotab 12 contains a medicine called Ivermectin, which is effective against infections caused by some parasites. It is useful in treating:
- An infection in your gut called intestinal strongyloidiasis
- An infection of your blood called lymphatic filariasis is caused by an immature worm called Wuchereria bancrofti
- Scabies (skin mites)
Imrotab treats these parasitic infections of your intestinal tract, skin, and eyes where it works by killing the parasites that are responsible for causing the infection.
This Ivermectin formulation will not stop you from getting these infections. Also, it does not work against adult worms. The antiparasitic drug should only be used when you are diagnosed with a parasitic infection.
Take Imrotab 12 mg as per your doctor’s recommendations. Check with your doctor if you have any doubts about the usage of the medicine. Your doctor will explain how to take this oral medication. You must read the instructions given on your prescription. It is best to take the tablet on an empty stomach. Your doctor may prescribe the correct dose for you to get rid of the infections. To get the most benefits, drink lots of water and avoid caffeine when taking the medication.
Do not take Imrotab 12 mg if you are allergic to Ivermectin or any other ingredients of this medicine. If you experience unusual symptoms that suddenly occur after initiating the treatment, such as hives and rash with or without fever. These may be the signs of an allergic reaction. Before starting the treatment, let your doctor know of a weak immune system's medical history or have other medical conditions. Concomitant use of diethylcarbamazine citrate can cause an increased risk of severe side effects. Inform your doctor if you are using warfarin or any other blood thinner drug. Ivermectin is not recommended to prevent infestations with parasites and is not active against adult parasitic worms. It should only be used on the advice of a doctor when parasitic infestations.
Imrotab 12 mg is generally safe with a minimum side effect; most of them do not require any medical attention and disappear as your body adjusts to the drug. Speak to your doctor if they persist for a longer duration.