Aredia

What is Aredia?

Pamidronic acid (INN) or pamidronate disodium (USAN), pamidronate disodium pentahydrate is a nitrogen-containing bisphosphonate, used to prevent osteoporosis. It is marketed by Novartis under the brand name Aredia. In India, it is marketed by Curacell Biotech under the brand name Pamimed.

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I am currently in treatment for breast cancer (Aredia every 8 weeks and I also take tamoxifen). My CEA levels have been going up and down all year...

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CEA IS NOT USED TO FOLLOW BREAST CANCER PROGRESSION..AND COSTOCONDRITIS ALSO NOT ASSOCIATED WITH BREAST CANCER...AS PET NORMAL..

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I have been on Aredia infusions the last year one every 3 months have had a great deal of back pain wondering in this medication is causing this...

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Brief Answer:
This medicine relieves pain.

Detailed Answer:
Hello dear.
Welcome to HCM.

I understand your concern for pain. Actually, Aredia is a...

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My son viz XXXXXXX XXXXXXX , aged about 13 years has some vision problem to his left eye due to which we took CT Scan and MRI. The CT scan report...

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Dear Friend,
I really appreciate you keen interest and knowledge of this disease process. I am sure you understand that it is difficult disease to...

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I am currently in treatment for breast cancer (Aredia every 8 weeks and I also take tamoxifen). My CEA levels have been going up and down all year...

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I have been on Aredia infusions the last year one every 3 months have had a great deal of back pain wondering in this medication is causing this...

doctor1 MD

My son viz XXXXXXX XXXXXXX , aged about 13 years has some vision problem to his left eye due to which we took CT Scan and MRI . The CT scan report...

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