WHAT IS NALTIMA?
- NALTIMA is a specific long-acting opioid antagonist.
- It is used as an additional therapy for the treatment of opioid and alcohol addicts.
- The effect of NALTIMA will reduce the desire for taking opioids or alcohol.
IN WHICH CONDITIONS YOU SHOULD NOT TAKE TAKE NALTIMA?
â€¢ If you have acute hepatitis
â€¢ If you have a severe liver or renal function disorder
â€¢ If you are an opioid addict and you are still taking opioids, because of the possible occurrence of acute abstinence syndrome
â€¢ If you have a positive result of a screening test on opioids or a naloxone provocation test wasunsuccessful
â€¢ At the same time, drugs containing opioids
â€¢ If you have symptoms of acute abstinence syndrome
WHEN TAKING NALTIMA TAKE A SPECIAL CARE:
- Never take opioids and alcohol after taking NALTIMA tablets.
- Although NALTIMA will prevent some of the effects, if you take a high dose of an opioid, there may be respiratory and circulatory disorders (opioid poisoning).
- Do not use NALTIMA if you are still opioid dependent, as NALTIMA will in this case cause
- severe, life-threatening symptoms of abstinence
- Taking NALTIMA with food or drinks
- NALTIMA does not interact with food or drink.
- The use of NALTIMA in the period of pregnancy and lactation is not recommended.
- The influence of NALTIMA on the management of motor vehicles and machine handling
- NALTIMA can cause dizziness and smallness, as well as reduced attention and drowsiness, and can therefore endanger
- Mental and/or physical abilities necessary to perform potentially dangerous tasks, such as managementmotor vehicles or machinery.During treatment with NALTIMA, do not drive and use machines.
HOW NALTIMA IS USED?
- Usage in adults
- The drug is administered orally.
-The recommended starting dose of NALTIMA is 25 mg (half the tablet), followed by the usual dose of one tablet of 50 mg per day.
- The dosage regimen may be modified to improve the complication, so that the drug is administered three times a week, on as follows: 2 tablets (100 mg NALTIMA) on Monday, 2 tablets (100 mg NALTIMAand 3 tablets (150 mg NALTIMA)on Friday.
- A daily dose of 150 mg NALTIMA should not be exceeded as this may lead to increased incidence
- It should be considered that the treatment will last for three months, but the need for its prolongation may also be indicated.
- Use in children and adolescent under the age of 18 years
- NALTIMA is not recommended for use in children and adolescents under the age of 18
WHAT ARE SIDE EFFECTS?
Â· Headaches, sleep problems, restlessness, nervousness, abdominal pain, abdominal cramps, nausea, nausea, vomiting, joint pain and muscle pain, fatigue.
Â· Anxiety, increased energy, anxiety, irritability, mood swings, thirst, stunted, trembling,
Â· Increased sweating, vertigo, increased eye narrowing, chest pain, diarrhea, constipation, rash, urinary retention,
Â· Delayed ejaculation, weakened full strength, loss of appetite.
Â· Depression, suicidal ideas, attempted suicide, speech disorders, liver function disorders.
Â· Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, anxiety, euphoria, hallucinations, tremor, exanthem.