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Furadantin

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Form.

Capsules: 25 milligrams,
Capsules: 50 milligrams,
Capsules: 100 milligrams;
Sustained-release capsules: 100 milligrams;
Tablets: 50 milligrams,
Tablets: 100 milligrams;
Oral suspension: 50 milligrams per teaspoonful.

Prescription

Furadantin is prescribed to treat or prevent urinary tract infections.

Dosage.

Furadantin can be taken with or without meals. Taking it with meals increases its absorption into the body. The suspension can be mixed with water, milk, juice, or infant formula. Except for the sustained-release product Furadantin usually is given 4 times daily to treat urinary tract infections. It also is prescribed once a day (or in some children, twice daily) to prevent urinary tract infections. It should not be prescribed in persons with poor kidney function.

Side Effects.

The most common side effects noted with Furadantin are:
- Abdominal pain;
- Diarrhea;
- Gastrointestinal;
- Including nausea;
- Loss of appetite;
- Vomiting;

The macrocrystalline form appears to cause fewer side effects. The side effects also can be minimized by using a lower dose (with the physician's consent) or by taking the drug with food or milk. Headache is the most common nervous system effect.

Furadantin can cause serious lung injury. The reaction can occur within hours of the start of treatment if the patient has previously received Furadantin or within a few days of starting
Furadantin for the first time.
Symptoms include:
- Chest pain;
- Chills;
- Cough;
- Difficult breathing;
- Fever;

In other persons, lung injury may occur after approximately a month of treatment.
Symptoms include:
- Cough;
- Difficult breathing;
- Rapid breathing;

Fortunately, the symptoms usually resolve within a week if the medication is stopped. In still other persons, lung injury may not develop until after several months or years of therapy.

Unless it is recognized and treated, this delayed lung injury can result in permanent lung damage that remains even after the drug is stopped.

Allergic skin reactions also can occur, including some which are severe.

A condition known as peripheral neuropathy (damage to the nerves of the arms and legs), may occur with Furadantin therapy, most commonly causing tingling in the extremities. The condition can become severe and is more likely to occur in patients with diabetes mellitus, vitamin B deficiency or general debilitation.

A type of anemia (reduced red blood cell count) called hemolytic anemia can occur during therapy with Furadantin. This reaction occurs mostfrequently in persons with a deficiency of an enzyme called glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase which is very important to the survival of red blood cells.

Furadantin also can cause liver damage leading to jaundice or a form of hepatitis which can be fatal. Elevated liver enzymes indicate liver damage and are a reason to stop the drug.

Treatment with Furadantin can cause urine to change color to a dark yellow or brown.
 
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