What is Nacfil?

Nacfil is a brand name for the medication Acetylcysteine.It is used for Acetaminophen overdoses, but it can be used in a nebulized form as a mucolytic. It can also be sued to prevent kidney injury secondary to radiocontrast.

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I am 28 years old. got married before 5 years. for the first 3 years we decided not to have child and used condoms. for the last 2 yrs we are trying to have a baby. then only we found that I am having PCOD problem. nearly 5 doctors I consulted. finally I had a diagnostic laproscopy very recently in Nov 2010. The doctor advised me to take Zemcifer, Focin and Nacfil tablet. I would like to know the uses of these tablets. Will I be able to conceive after this laproscopy or how much time willl it take to conceive?
Hi there, Welcome to HCM,
The zemcifer is an iron and vitamin B12 supplement, given to women who are anemic.The Focin and Nacfil are antibiotics, these could be either given due to the surgical procedure of laparoscopy being carried out or if some intra-abdominal infection was noted.
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Hello Doctor, I have PCOD , I m 28yrs old. My weight is 50 and my doctor has advised me to take Nacfil tablet for 3months. Can you please tell me, does the tablet has any side effect? Because earlier i was using glycomet, but i got severe vomiting , headache , acidity, so the doctor has prescribed Nacfil now. Is there any other way to get pregnant apart from taking all this tablets... Please advice
You have PCOD. Your menstrual history, the cyst's size, extends, whether unilateral or bilateral, your Thyroid and ovarian hormone analysis are not mentioned.
Anyhow Tab Metformin (Glycomet) is the treatment of choice. But you have developed side effects. After consulting with the Dr you...
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