Do not increase or decrease and start or stop the medicine without the doctor’s approval. Ceasing the consumption of the medicine all of a sudden will also cause problems. Do not damage, crush, break, or dissolve the medicine in a liquid. The medicine should not be released in your body immediately. Let the tablet dissolve it your mouth for a few seconds and swallow it with a glass of water. Do not overdose it.
Do not drive or handle machines, if you are under the medication. The allergic reactions include swelling of the face, throats or lips, difficulty in breathing and hives. The mild side effects include dizziness, change in weight, headache, loss of appetite, nausea, skin rash and many others. Severe side effects include behavioral change, increased heartbeat, painful urination, seizure, easy bleeding, and involuntary eye movement.
Do not panic for the mild side effects as they would wear off within a few hours when the body gets used to the medicine. If the mild side effects persist for a longer time, then contact a medical expert. Get emergency medical assistance, if you suffer from severe side effects.