Buy Acarizax Tablets Online in the UK
Acarizax contains an allergen extract from house dust mites. It comes in a form known as oral lyophilisates, which are like tablets but much softer and absorbed into the body by putting them under the tongue.
This medication is used to treat allergic rhinitis and related allergic asthma, caused by house dust mites. It works by increasing the body's ability to cope with house dust mites.
Your doctor will check your allergic symptoms and do a skin prick test and/or take a blood sample in order to decide if this is a suitable treatment for you.
Always take ACARIZAX exactly as your doctor has told you. You should check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure. The usual dose is one lyophilisate daily. Your doctor will advise you on how long you should take ACARIZAX.
The treatment may need to be taken for 8 to 14 weeks before you notice any improvement.
Talk to your doctor before taking Acarizax if:
- You are being treated for depression with tricyclic antidepressants, mono amino oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) or for Parkinson’s disease with COMT inhibitors.
- You have previously had a severe allergic reaction to an injection of an allergen extract of house dust mites.
- You have allergy an to fish. Acarizax may contain trace amounts of fish protein. Available data have not indicated an increased risk of allergic reactions in patients with fish allergies.
- You experience severe allergic symptoms, such as difficulty in swallowing or breathing, changes in your voice, hypotension (low blood pressure) or feeling of a lump in the throat. Stop the treatment and contact your doctor immediately.
- Your asthma symptoms get noticeably worse than normal. Stop treatment and contact your doctor immediately. If you have asthma, you should continue to use your regular asthma medication while starting treatment with ACARIZAX. Your doctor will tell you how to gradually reduce the asthma medication over time. If you experience persisting heartburn or difficulty swallowing you should contact your doctor. You can expect some mild to moderate localised allergic reactions during your treatment. However, if it is severe, talk to your doctor to see if you need any anti-allergic medicines such as antihistamines.