50 mg

Active ingredient: nitrofurantoin

Uro-Tablinen capsules
Uro-Tablinen nitrofurantoin

About Uro-Tablinen nitrofurantoin capsules

Uro-Tablinen (nitrofurantoin) is used to treat Urinary Tract Infection. Tell your doctor and pharmacist about any other medicines your child is taking before giving nitrofurantoin. Yes, you can drink alcohol with nitrofurantoin. If you have a history of kidney disease, you may not be able to clear nitrofurantoin from your body well.

Side Effects

Possible side effects. Consult your physician, as everyone has individual reactions to Uro-Tablinen

  • mood or mental changes
  • loss of heat from the body
  • skin rash
  • general tiredness and weakness

Where can you order nitrofurantoin with no prescription?

  1. Before buying Uro-Tablinen, carefully read the contraindications and possible side effects.
  2. Click the link above to buy Uro-Tablinen (nitrofurantoin) from "LyraMedOnline" online pharmacy
  3. Uro-Tablinen is available to buy online in the form of 50 mg capsules, which can be used by men and women over the age of 18.

What is it used for?

Uro-Tablinen 50 mg is used to treat the following diseases: Bladder Infection, Prevention of Bladder infection, Urinary Tract Infection.

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  • In addition, the patient should be advised that these signs and symptoms should be reported even if mild or when occurring after extended use.
  • Some individuals may have reduced alertness especially on initiation and adjustment of medication.
  • In addition, there is an increased risk of postural hypotension and falls, particularly during concurrent use of antihypertensive agents.


  • It is usually considered to be safe for use during pregnancy.
  • However, no formal studies in pregnant women have been reported.
  • However, a policy of giving vitamin K throughout the last third of pregnancy to all women being treated with anticonvulsants, recently recommended, is not justified by the available evidence.




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