Prolia 60mg Injection (Denosumab)

40,000.00

(2 customer reviews)

Prolia injection contains Denosumab which is now available in Pakistan at Online Pharmacy. The price of the Prolia 60mg injection is Rs.40,000/-.

Product Description:

Brand: Prolia
Packet Size: 1’s injection
Active ingredient: Denosumab
Manufacturer: Amgen Inc.
Treatment: Osteoporosis

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Additional Details

Additional Details

Uses of the Prolia 60mg Injection

If you are a woman who has gone through menopause (postmenopausal) or a man with an increased risk of fractures, it reduces the risk of fractures in different parts of your body, including the spine, hips, and other non-spinal areas.

If you’re a patient with prostate cancer experiencing bone loss due to reduced testosterone levels, either from surgery or medicine-based treatment, Prolia can be beneficial.

If you’re undergoing long-term treatment with glucocorticoids and have an increased risk of fractures, Prolia can help manage bone loss associated with this treatment.

Remember, Prolia is specifically tailored to support bone health in these situations.

How Does it Work?

Prolia works by acting as a decoy. It attaches itself to RANKL before RANKL can bind to RANK. This effectively prevents RANKL from activating osteoclasts, which are the cells responsible for breaking down bone. As a result, the ability of osteoclasts to break down bone is significantly reduced.

Consequently, the rate at which your bones break down slows down. This allows osteoblasts, which are the bone-building cells, to construct new bone more effectively. Over time, this process leads to an increase in your bone density.

How Should You Take It?

When taking Prolia, the recommended injection sites are the top of your thighs or your abdomen. If a carer is administering the injection, they can also use the outer area of your upper arm. Make sure to consult with your doctor about the date for your next potential injection. Each Prolia pack includes a reminder card, which you can remove from the carton to help keep track of your next injection date.

It’s important for you to take calcium and vitamin D supplements while undergoing treatment with Prolia. Your doctor will discuss this necessity with you. Depending on your situation, your doctor may decide that it’s best for you or a carer to administer the Prolia injections. Your doctor or healthcare provider will teach you or your carer the correct way to use Prolia. For detailed instructions on how to inject Prolia, please refer to the section at the end of the accompanying leaflet. Remember, do not shake the injection.

The recommended dose is one pre-filled syringe of 60 mg administered once every 6 months.

Warnings and Precautions

Warnings and Precautions

Before you start treatment, it’s important to inform your doctor or nurse (healthcare professional) about certain aspects of your health. Make sure to tell them if you:

Have any issues with your mouth or teeth, like poor dental health, gum disease, or if you are planning to have a tooth extracted.
Haven’t received routine dental care or haven’t had a dental check-up in a long time.
Are a smoker, as this can increase the risk of dental problems.
Have previously been treated with a bisphosphonate, which is a type of medication used to treat or prevent bone disorders.
Are taking corticosteroids, such as prednisolone or dexamethasone.
Have cancer.

Possible Side Effects of Prolia Injection

Possible Side Effects of Prolia Injection

When you receive a Prolia injection, there are various side effects you might experience. These side effects vary in frequency and severity:

Very Common Side Effects (affecting more than 1 in 10 people):

Bone, joint, and/or muscle pain, which can sometimes be severe.
Pain in your arms or legs.

Common Side Effects (affecting up to 1 in 10 people):

Painful urination, frequent need to urinate, blood in your urine, or difficulty holding your urine.
Upper respiratory tract infections.
Sciatica, which includes pain, tingling, or numbness that travels down your leg.
Constipation.
Abdominal discomfort.
Rash.
Eczema is a skin condition characterized by itching, redness, and/or dryness.
Hair loss (alopecia).

Uncommon Side Effects (affecting up to 1 in 100 people):

Fever, vomiting, and abdominal pain or discomfort are often related to diverticulitis.
Ear infections.
Lichenoid drug eruptions, which are rashes that may appear on your skin or as sores in your mouth.

Remember, not everyone will experience these side effects, but it’s important to be aware of them. If you have concerns or if any side effects become inconvenient, consult your healthcare provider for advice.

Can We Use Other Medicines with Prolia Injection?

If you take any other medications, have recently taken any medicines, or may take any in the future, tell your doctor or pharmacist. Any medicine that contains denosumab should be discussed with your doctor.

Can Alcohol Drinker Take Prolia Injection?

However, there is no direct evidence that Prolia injection is harmful to alcohol drinkers. It is recommended to consult your doctor.

Can You Take Prolia Injection If You’re Pregnant?

If you are pregnant, think you might be pregnant or are planning to become pregnant, it’s important to inform your doctor. Prolia is not recommended for use during pregnancy. If you’re a woman of childbearing age, you should use effective contraception while being treated with Prolia and for at least 5 months after your treatment ends.
If you become pregnant while under treatment with Prolia, or within 5 months after stopping the treatment, you must inform your doctor immediately.

The excretion of Prolia in breast milk is currently unknown. Therefore, if you are breastfeeding or plan to breastfeed, it’s important to discuss this with your doctor. Together, you can decide whether to stop breastfeeding or discontinue the use of Prolia, considering the benefits of breastfeeding for your baby and the benefits of Prolia for you.

If you are breastfeeding during your Prolia treatment, ensure your doctor is aware of this. Always seek advice from your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medication.

Reviews (2)

2 reviews for Prolia 60mg Injection (Denosumab)

  1. nauman ahmed

    Excellent customer service

  2. Faaz Azeem

    Very satisfied with the customer service and helped me to arrange the medicines on time.

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