Lampit

Active Ingredient(s): Nifurtimox
Category: Antiprotozoal / Anthelmintic



Lampit Overview

Nifurtimox is a medication used to treat Chagas disease and sleeping sickness.[1][2] For sleeping sickness it is used together with eflornithine in nifurtimox-eflornithine combination treatment.[2] In Chagas disease it is a second line option to benznidazole.[3] It is given by mouth.[1] Common side effects include abdominal pain, headache, nausea, and weight loss.[1] There are concerns from animal ...

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minimizing side affects of Lampit

I recently ( 3 weeks ago) began to take Lampit to kill the chaga parasite. Prior to this situation I have enjoyed almost perfect health.I do not take drugs of anykind. I am 68 years old and I am fit and do Yoga every day. I was told I had to take 51/2 pills daily. I did so for the first 2 days and I was horribly sick, headaches nausea diarea so I cut waay back to 2 pills and slowly have worked my way up to 41/2 for two consecutive days But today I am suffering from the same severe symptoms I experienced in the 1st 2 days. I would like suggestions as to what I might do to reduce my extreme discomfort. I also am confused about dosages and length of time required to take the medication. I was told by the Dr two months. The package indicates lower daily doses for three months.Any suggestion...

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