Consult your doctor if you have any questions about the side effects. The most typical side effects of Barilup are viral infection, nausea, and throat and nose infections. Blood clots and tears in the stomach or intestine wall are among other less frequent but more severe side effects. These require immediate medical care. You might also experience cold sores, a feeling of sickness, or cold-related symptoms like runny nose, sneezing, and sore throat.
Although Barilup can be administered to patients with mild to moderate liver function impairment, it should not be prescribed to patients with severe liver impairment. Inform your doctor if you have liver problems, before starting Barilup. So, before beginning Barilup, it is necessary to check your liver function. This is done because in some cases Barilup may cause an increase in liver enzymes.
Blood tests are performed to determine whether you have anemia (low red blood cell count), neutropenia (low white blood cell count), high blood fat (cholesterol), or high levels of liver enzymes. In addition to this, your doctor may advise you to get tested for tuberculosis before starting Barilup, as using Barilup may make an existing infection worse. Additionally, it aids in preventing issues from being brought on by Barilup therapy. Before starting Barilup or while taking it, you might need to have your blood tested.