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注意事項與禁忌症 Precautions and Contraindications
1.若您不確定如何使用，請與您的醫師或藥師確認， 請勿自行調整劑量 。
4.請完整吞服 康纖芙錠劑，不應切割、咀嚼 或弄碎錠劑 。若您無法吞服完整錠劑請告知醫師。
5.康纖芙應在早上和晚上口服使用， 單次不可使用超過兩錠，每日總錠數不可超過 4 錠 。
6.康纖芙 請勿搭配高脂餐點服用 ，可能會增加癲癇發作風險 。
1. If you are not sure how to use it, please confirm with your physician or pharmacist, and do not adjust the dosage by yourself.
2. Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant should not use it.
3. If you are allergic to drugs or are planning to become pregnant, please consult your doctor in advance.
4. Please swallow CONTRAVE whole, do not cut, chew or break the lozenges. Tell your doctor if you are unable to swallow lozenges whole.
5. CONTRAVE should be taken orally in the morning and evening. Do not use more than two tablets at a time, and the total number of tablets per day should not exceed 4 tablets.
6. Do not take CONTRAVE with high-fat meals, which may increase the risk of seizures.
7. If you miss a dose of medicine, please skip the missed dose directly, wait for the next scheduled medication time, and then start the usual medication schedule again. Do not use a double dose to make up for a forgotten lozenge.
Serious side effects that may be caused by CONTRAVE are
Suicidal ideation and behavior Suicidal tendencies
The frequency of occurrence is unknown, please see “What important information should I know about CONTRAVE” on the first page of this guide.
Seizures occur approximately 0.1% of the time. Seizures were more likely to occur in patients who used higher doses of CONTRAVE, had certain medical conditions, or were taking other medications.
During the course of CONTRAVE treatment, please do not take other medicines by yourself at the same time, if you have any, please be sure to inform the medical staff.
Once seizures occur, stop taking the drug and seek medical attention immediately, and do not take CONTRAVE again on your own.
Increased risk of opioid analgesic overdose
If you take an opioid pain reliever with CONTRAVE, naltrexone, one of the ingredients in CONTRAVE, may lead to accidental overdose for the following reasons.
Naltrexone blocks the effects of opioid pain relievers such as heroin, methadone, or opioid pain relievers. Do not try to overcome this block by taking large amounts of opioid pain relievers (including medicines containing opioids such as heroin or prescription pain relievers), as this could result in serious injury, coma, or death.
The blocking effect of Naltrexone slowly decreases to disappear over time after taking it. If you have used illicit drugs or opioid pain relievers in the past, taking the same dose could result in an opioid pain reliever overdose and death. You may also have a high sensitivity to low-dose opioid pain relievers in the situations described below.
Seek medical attention immediately if you experience the following symptoms
Difficulty breathing, drowsiness and slow breathing, slow breathing, feeling dizzy, drowsy, confused, or otherwise unusual
Sudden withdrawal from opioid analgesics
In order to avoid withdrawal symptoms of opioid analgesics, do not use any drug risk management plan (Contrave® Extended-Release Tablets) at least 7 to 10 days before using CONTRAVE, opioid analgesics (including illegal Medications that contain illegal drugs, (including T Tramadol ramadol), cough and cold medicines that contain opioids, cough and cold medicines that contain opioids, or antidiarrheals, or taking opioid pain reliever addiction treatment or taking ( (buprenorphinebuprenorphine or methadonemethadone). Perform medical procedures or procedures. Before performing medical procedures or surgery, please be sure to tell your doctor that you are taking Contrave. Before surgery, please be sure to tell your doctor that you are taking CONTRAVE.
severe allergic reaction severe allergic reaction
The frequency of occurrence is unknown, and the frequency of occurrence is unknown. Some people may experience severe allergic reactions to one of the ingredients of CONTRAVE ((bupropionbupropion)). In case of severe allergic reaction. Stop using CONTRAVE and seek immediate medical attention if you experience any of the following suspected allergic reaction symptoms: rash, itching, hives, fever, edema, swollen lymph nodes , painful sores around the eyes or in the mouth, mouth rash, itching, hives, fever, edema, swollen lymph nodes, painful sores around the eyes or in the mouth, swelling of the lips or tongue, chest pain, or trouble breathing. Swollen lips or tongue, chest pain, or trouble breathing.
Drug-induced lupus erythematosus Drug-induced lupus erythematosus
The frequency of occurrence is unknown, if you develop suspected lupus erythematosus symptoms after taking the drug Parts where the skin is exposed to the sun), please return to the clinic immediately.
Elevated blood pressure or heart rate Some people may experience an increase in blood pressure or heart rate. Some people may experience an increase in blood pressure or heart rate before starting and during treatment with CONTRAVE. Blood pressure and heart rate should be measured before and during treatment with CONTRAVE. Pulse, blood pressure and pulse should be measured during the procedure and should be monitored periodically in accordance with general clinical practice. Periodic monitoring should be in accordance with general clinical practice.
One of the ingredients in CONTRAVE ((naltrexonenaltrexone)) has the potential to cause liver damage or hepatitis. May cause liver damage or hepatitis. Stop using CONTRAVE and seek immediate medical attention if you develop any of the following signs of suspected acute liver injury:
Nausea, vomiting, upper abdominal pain, loss of appetite, tiredness, yellowing eyes or skin Nausea, vomiting, upper abdominal pain, loss of appetite, tiredness, yellowing eyes or skin
Mania activation Mania activation
One of the components of CONTRAVE (bupropionbupropion) may have symptoms of mania or major depression in patients with bipolar disorder in the past. People with bipolar disorder may have symptoms of mania or major depression in the past.
Vision changes Locked-in glaucoma; If you experience eye pain, vision changes, or redness around the eyes, it is recommended to return to the clinic to discuss with your doctor.
Patients with type 2 diabetes should regularly monitor blood sugar before and during the course of treatment; if symptoms of hypoglycemia occur, please monitor blood sugar regularly before and during the course of treatment; inform your doctor when you return to the clinic