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FERAMAT capsules are taken orally.
Each capsule contains Ferro Fumarate in pellet form equivalent to 100 mg of iron.
Sugar, corn starch, povidone K-30, shellac, talc, stearic acid, quinoline, indigo and erythrosine.
2. What is FERAMAT and what is it used for?
FERAMAT contains Ferro Fumarate in pellet form. It is in the group of drugs developed against anemia.
It contains Ferro fumarate in pellet form, equivalent to 100 mg of iron in each capsule. Available in blister packs of 30 and 100 capsules.
In the treatment of all iron deficiencies of various origin and iron deficiency anemia and prevention from iron deficiency; It is used in the treatment of pregnancy, lactation and iron supplementation of children in developmental age.
3. How to use FERAMAT?
a) In cases of increased iron need (pregnancy, developmental age, iron deficiency in the diet) and mild iron deficiency anemia, 1 capsule (100 mg) is taken per day.
b) In severe iron deficiency, your doctor will arrange the treatment.
Your doctor will determine the dose of your medicine depending on your disease and will apply it to you.
Application route and method
Take the capsule with a sufficient amount of liquid (for example, with a glass of water).
different age groups
Use in children
Do not give FERAMAT to children under the age of 6 due to the iron dose it contains.
Use in the elderly
It has no special use.
Special use cases
Do not use FERAMAT in severe liver and kidney diseases.
If you have the impression that the effect of FERAMAT is too strong or weak, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
If you use more FERAMAT than you should
Acute iron poisoning in adults is uncommon. It is more common in young children. An overdose of more than 20 mg per kilogram poses a potential risk. A total intake of 0.5 g of iron in young children can lead to life-threatening situations, and after 1-2 g, it may result in death.
Four typical stages of poisoning are likely to occur. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea are seen in the first 6 hours after ingestion. In high doses, low blood pressure, shock, acidosis, and spasm may be seen. In the second stage, an improvement in mild cases follows. In the third stage (12-18 hours later), liver damage, tubular necrosis, shock related to the cardiovascular system, and coagulation disorders are possible symptoms. In the fourth stage (within 2-6 weeks), strictures of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum occur.
If a high dose is taken, the stomach is washed or - if washing is not possible - the patient is vomited and a doctor should be consulted immediately.
If you have used more than you should use from FERAMAT, talk to a doctor or pharmacist.
4. What are the possible side effects?
Like all medicines, there may be side effects in people who are sensitive to the substances contained in FERAMAT.
If any of the following occur, stop using FERAMAT and IMMEDIATELY inform your doctor or go to the nearest hospital emergency department.
• Difficulty in breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue or throat, sudden drop in blood pressure, widespread and severe rash, itching, hives (urticaria)
These are all very serious side effects.
If you have one of these, it means you have a serious allergy to FERAMAT. You may need emergency medical attention or hospitalization.
All of these very serious side effects are very rare.
If you notice any of the following, tell your doctor:
Discomfort in the gastrointestinal tract;
Irritation Nausea, vomiting Scrape Diarrhea Constipation
Itchy skin rash, rash, redness.
These complaints may decrease as a result of taking the drug with food.
Absorption may be reduced if taken with food. Side effects can be minimized by gradually increasing the recommended daily dose.
These are mild side effects of FERAMAT.
2. Things to consider before using FERAMAT
DO NOT USE FERAMAT in the following situations
If you are hypersensitive to iron or any of the excipients it contains, iron overload (hemochromatosis, hemosiderosis, chronic hemolysis), iron use disorder (lead anemia, sideroacrestic anemia and thalassemia), intolerance situations (serious inflammatory changes in the gastrointestinal tract). Do not use FERAMAT if there are events that have occurred or existed before.
Do not use FERAMAT if you have or have had serious liver and kidney diseases.
Do not give FERAMAT to children younger than 6 years because of the iron dose in it.
USE FERAMAT CAREFULLY in the following situations
Oral iron medications can worsen inflammatory gastrointestinal diseases (enteritis, peptic ulcer, regional colitis or colitis ulcerosa), liver dysfunction and kidney disease. In this case, your doctor will decide whether to use the drug or not. If you are a patient who has had repeated blood transfusions, concomitant iron may cause an overdose, as iron is present in red blood cells.