What precautions are there when taking Arthrem®?
The safety of Arthrem® capsules has been investigated in a clinical trial, in which most patients were on numerous concomitant medications. However, no formal drug interaction studies have been conducted.
It is recommended that Arthrem® capsules should not be taken:
- During pregnancy or breastfeeding, or in women intending to become pregnant
- By people with elevated liver enzymes, liver disease or liver cancer
- By children
- By people taking antiretroviral drugs for HIV infection
- By people who are taking drugs known to prolong the QT interval
Arthrem® capsules appear to be safe when taken with a number of concomitant medications including proton pump inhibitors (e.g., omeprazole), NSAIDs, aspirin and paracetamol.
As with most supplements, patients are advised to discontinue use for 2 weeks before and after surgery.
In very rare cases customers have experienced allergic-type reactions after taking Arthrem® (fewer than 1 in 10,000). If you do experience any of the following symptoms after taking Arthrem® we advise you stop taking the product immediately and seek medical attention as needed: rash, vomiting, extreme nausea, dizziness, shortness of breath, chest tightness.
Disclaimer: The information on this website does not replace the individual advice and consultation of a doctor or pharmacist. This article is included in the interests of consumer health education and is not intended to imply that such ingredients have been approved under the Medicines Act for the prevention or treatment of specific diseases or medical conditions. Evaluation under the Medicines Act has not been undertaken. Individual Results will vary. You should seek appropriate healthcare professional advice for any medical condition. If symptoms continue you should also seek appropriate healthcare professional advice.