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Pirfenex 200 mg is intended for the treatment of IPF (idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis). It is a state where the lungs get scarred and breathing becomes very difficult. The scar tissue becomes thickened and scarred with time, which worsens the lung function.
Meaning of IPF
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a type of lung disease, which results in scarring of the lings. The term “pulmonary fibrosis” means scarring of lung tissue and is the reason for exacerbating dyspnea (breathing difficult).
Generally, the reasons for lung scarring are unknown and referred to as Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. With IPF, doctors speculate that something inside the lungs constantly attacks them for a long time. These attacks damage the lungs and destroy the tissue between the air sacs. Factors, which can enhances the risk of IPF are: smoking, virus, environmental pollution, bacteria and animal proteins, as well as gases and fumes.
Dose of Pirfenex 200 mg
The starting dosage of Pirfenex for adult patients is 200 mg 3 times a day (600 mg a day) after eating. Slowly increase the dosage to 600 mg 3 times a day (i.e. 1800 mg a day) under the medical supervision. Later on, you should regulate the dose occasionally based on your symptoms.
The most widespread adverse effects (more than 1/10) include sickness, hives, stomachache, upper respiratory tract infection, loose bowels, weakness, head pain, dyspepsia, vertigo, anorexia, vomiting, sinusitis, sleeplessness, weight loss, etc.
Don’t get exposed to the sunlight, as Pirfenex 200 mg increases photosensitivity.
If you suffer from any liver diseases, inform your physician before starting the treatment with Pirfenex 200 mg.
Get immediate medical assistance if you notice the symptoms of allergic response, especially the following: rashes, urticaria, swollen face or legs, breathing and swallowing difficulty.