This information is only for patients who have been prescribed Teriparatide.
Teriparatide contains the active substance teriparatide that is used to make the bones stronger, and to reduce the risk of factures by stimulating bone formation.
Teriparatide is used to treat osteoporosis in adults. Osteoporosis is a disease that causes your bones to become thin and fragile. This disease is especially common in women after the menopause, but it can also occur in men. Osteoporosis is also common in patients receiving corticosteroids.
For more information please refer to the Patient Information Leaflet.
Teriparatide from Teva - Instructions for Use Video for Patients
Understanding your Patient Information Leaflet
Within the original packaging of all regulated medicines, you will find an important document called the Patient Information Leaflet. We recommend you read this document carefully and keep it for future reference.
The Patient Information Leaflet gives you key information to help you get the desired results from your medicine. Reading the Patient Information Leaflet is designed to supplement – not replace – discussions with your doctor, pharmacist or other healthcare professional about the medication.
If for any reason your medicine has not come with this leaflet, you can ask for one from your pharmacist. Patient Information Leaflets are also available to download from Teva’s product list.Go to product list
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They can also provide copies of regulatory documents such as Patient Information Leaflets, or Summary of Product Characteristics. These documents are also available to download from Teva’s product list.Go to product list
Reporting Suspected Side Effects
For patients taking a Teva medicine: If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in the Patient Information Leaflet. By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of a medicine.
You can also report side effects via the Yellow Card Scheme at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
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