Romy Injection is used in the treatment of chronic immune thrombocytopenia in patients who have had an insufficient response to other treatments like corticosteroids, immunoglobulins, or splenectomy.
Romy Injection is given by your doctor or nurse, who will make sure you get the right amount. The dose you are given will depend on your condition and how you respond to the medicine. You should keep taking this medicine for as long as your doctor recommends. If you stop treatment too early your symptoms may come back and your condition may worsen.
The most common side effects are headache, joint pain, insomnia, muscle pain, pain in extremity, abdominal pain, indigestion, and paresthesia (tingling or pricking sensation). Most of these are temporary and usually resolve with time. Contact your doctor straight away if you are at all concerned about any of these side effects. It can also cause dizziness, so do not drive or do anything that requires mental focus until you know how this medicine affects you. Avoid drinking alcohol while taking this medicine as it can make dizziness worse.
Before getting this medicine, you should let your doctor know if you have or had a blood clot, bleeding problems, or have liver or kidney problems. Let your doctor also know about all other medications you are taking as some may affect or be affected by this medicine.
- Chronic immune thrombocytopenia
Common side effects of Romy
- Joint pain
- Insomnia (difficulty in sleeping)
- Muscle pain
- Pain in extremity
- Abdominal pain
- Paresthesia (tingling or pricking sensation)