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Nitoman (Tetrabenazine)

Drug Type Nitoman (Motetis) DouglasNew Zealand25 mg112$209.00
Drug Type Nitoman ValeantCanada25 mg112$950.00
Drug Type Nitoman (Xenazine) Cambridge LaboratoriesUnited Kingdom25mg112$259.00
Drug Type Nitoman (Xenazine) Cambridge LaboratoriesUnited Kingdom25 mg224$499.00
Drug Type Tetrabenazine GenericCanada25 mg100$120.00
Drug Type Tetrabenazine (Revocon - Sun Pharma) GenericIndia25 mg100$99.00

All prices are in US dollars.

The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

Nitoman Information:

Nitoman (Generic name: Tetrabenazine, also known as Xenazine, or Revocon-25) is a prescription medication used to treat movement disorder. Typically Nitoman is used for the treatment of hyperkinetic movement disorders such as Huntington’s disease and other conditions with chorea, hemiballismus, and tardive dyskinesia. Nitoman contains active ingredient Tetrabenazine. It is a monoamine depleting agent which works by depleting the brain’s supply of the neurochemical dopamine. Take Nitoman exactly as it was prescribed for you.

Nitoman Side Effects:

The most common Nitoman side effects are anxiety, depression, digestive problems, drowsiness, insomnia, low blood pressure, nervousness, slowed movements similar to Parkinson’s disease. If you are experiencing any severe side effects such as confusion, choking attacks, difficult swallowing, irrigational thoughts, muscle stiffness, or symptoms of an allergic reaction (difficult breathing; itching; rash; swelling), please inform your doctor immediately.

Nitoman Precautions:

Do NOT ake Nitoman if you are allergic to Tetrabenazine or any of the ingredients in Nitoman medication. Before taking Nitoman, tell your doctor if you have had any medical conditions such as a history of depression, impaired liver function, currently taking MAI inhibitor or reserpine. They may interact with Nitoman drug, especially of: antidepressants, levodopa, MAO inhibitors, and alcohol consumption. Consult your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

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