«Monural": instructions for use

K for receiving indications "Monural" include:
- bacterial cystitis (both primary and recurrent);
- postoperative urinary tract infections and their prevention;
- bacterial urethritis;
- prevention of infection after transurethral cystoscopy and other diagnostic procedures;
- urinary tract infections in pregnant women, occurring both acute and asymptomatic.

«Monural" is issued in the form of granules, which must be dissolved before use in 70 ml of water.Children under the age of 5 years is assigned 2 grams of the drug, the adult - 3 In most cases, a single dose is sufficient recovery "Monural" However, elderly patients and those suffering from recurrent cystitis often reappointed medication a day after the first. treatment will be more effective if you drink the medicine at night, after emptying the
bladder.It is advisable before that to refrain from eating at least a couple of hours.

If "Monural" is assigned as a preventive measure, it should be taken twice, 3 hours prior to cystoscopy or surgery, as well as the day after these procedures.

«Monural" is contraindicated in children under the age of five, as well as persons who have an allergy to fosfomycin (the main active ingredient of the drug).Precautions should be taken medication to nursing mothers, people with kidney failure (in severe kidney damage from treatment "Monuralom" better not), as well as diabetics. «Monural" not compatible with all drugs, which is why persons undergoing treatment for any other disease before taking this uroantiseptika should consult a doctor.

«Monural": reviews

As a rule, "Monural" is well tolerated by the body and acts quickly and efficiently.According to the manufacturer of the preparation and reviews of people receiving treatment, the side effects are extremely rare.Some note a slight deterioration of health after a few hours after taking the medicine.The most common are complaints of nausea, diarrhea and heartburn.

In persons who are prone to allergies, skin rashes may occur.In most cases, all the unpleasant symptoms disappear on their own, but sometimes require symptomatic treatment.It should appoint a doctor who knows the patient's history.