Polyamin-Forte

Polyamin-Forte

Manufacturer:

Kwang Myung

Distributor:

AA Medical
Full Prescribing Info
Contents
Amino acids, multivitamins.
Description
Each cap contains essential amino acids (dL-methionine 9.2 mg, L-leucine 9.15 mg, L-valine 5 mg, L-isoleucine 5 mg, L-threonine 5 mg, L-tryptophan 5 mg, L-phenylalanine 5 mg, lysine HCl 25 mg) and vitamins (retinol palmitate 1000 IU, ergocalciferol 100 IU, tocopherol acetate 5 mg, thiamine nitrate 2.5 mg, riboflavin 1.5 mg, nicotinamide 10 mg, pyridoxine HCl 5 mg, Ca pantothenate 2.5 mg, cyanocobalamin 0.5 mcg, folic acid 100 mcg, ascorbic acid 25 mg).
Indications/Uses
Alimentation and restoration, weak constitution, physical fatigue, during and after illness, febrile wasting disease, alimentation for pregnancy and lactation period, etc.
Dosage/Direction for Use
For adult: Each time two capsules, once or twice daily.
Warnings
When administered exceeding the daily recommended dose (5,000 units) of vitamin A (retinol) to a pregnant woman, congenital malformation may occur (except in patients with vitamin A deficiency).
Consult a doctor or pharmacist before using in children under age 1; patients under treatment; women who are or may become pregnant.
Special Precautions
In use: Follow the prescribed usage and dosage.
When administered to children, the patient should be under the care of a physician.
To be taken orally, not parenterally.
Because enough amount of vitamin A is present in common diet, dose in supplementary therapy should not exceed 8,000 units of vitamin A daily.
During or after use: If symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, pruritus withdraw medicine intake and consult a doctor or pharmacist.
If symptoms such as abdominal malaise, constipation, flare, withdraw medicine intake and consult a doctor or pharmacist.
Such symptoms as anorexia, nausea, abdominal malaise, diarrhea may appear.
Consult a doctor or a pharmacist if symptoms are not improved after long-term administration of this medication.
Use In Pregnancy & Lactation
Pregnancy: Large doses of vitamin A (10,000 IU/day) have been found to be teratogenic if administered before 3 months and during the first trimester of pregnancy. In women who are in the 1st trimester of pregnancy or who may become pregnant, dose of vitamin A should not exceed 5,000 IU per day.
Side Effects
Symptoms eg, anorexia, nausea, malaise, diarrhea may appear. Consult a doctor or pharmacist if the symptoms are not improved after long-term administration of Polyamin-Forte.
Storage
Store in a cool site kept from light if possible.
To avoid the misuse and to keep up the quality, do not move into another container.
Store in an air-tight container.
ATC Classification
V06DE - Amino acids/carbohydrates/minerals/vitamins, combinations ; Used as general nutrients.
Presentation/Packing
Cap (upper: red, transparent; lower: colorless, transparent, hard body containing white, faint yellow, yellow, red, orange and brown granules) 3 x 10's.
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