Ostenil is a prescription medication that is used to treat symptoms of osteoarthritis in the hips, knees, shoulders and other joints. Ostenil is specially formulated to act like the synovial fluid in the joints, and acts as a lubricant and shock absorber in order to relieve pain and inflammation.
Ostenil is generally administered by injection in a clinical setting, and will not require storage.
Before taking Ostenil, tell your doctor if you are allergic to any other drugs (including non prescription drugs), if you are pregnant, if you are breastfeeding or if you have an inflammatory joint disease. Making your doctor aware of any conditions you have will help them to assure that it is safe for you to take Ostenil.
In the forty-eight hours following your injection, follow your doctor’s instructions regarding recommended physical activities.
Ostenil is a prescription medication and should be taken exactly as you doctor has outlined in your prescription. If you prescription is uncle, contact your doctor before receiving this medication via injection. Ostenil is usually administered in a clinical setting, by a healthcare professional. The Ostenil treatment process requires one injection per week for a total of three injections.
If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in Ostenil, do not take this medication.
Severe: allergic reaction.
Common: pain or feeling of heat at the site of injection.