Duratia is a prescription medicine used to treat low testosterone levels in men. It’s also sometimes used to treat some conditions that cause low testosterone levels, such as hypogonadism (a condition where there are no working ovaries or testicles), Klinefelter syndrome (where the man has an extra chromosome) and delayed puberty in boys.
Duratia is a prescription drug that’s used to treat severe depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. It’s also approved for use in treating obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) when used with an antidepressant.
Duratia comes in tablet form, so you’ll need to take one pill per day at the same time each day. The recommended dose of Duratia varies depending on your age and weight:
- Children under 12 years old should take two tablets per day for up to six months; this dose can be increased gradually until desired response is achieved
- Adults over 12 years old should take three tablets daily for up to six months; this dose can be increased gradually until desired response is achieved
Duratia is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It works by blocking the action of enzymes that cause pain and swelling.
Duratia is used to treat pain, inflammation and stiffness caused by arthritis.
Duratia is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used to treat pain and inflammation. It can also be used to treat arthritis.
Duratia may be prescribed for fever, but it’s not recommended to use Duratia in people who have kidney problems or liver disease. If you have heart failure, talk with your doctor before taking any medication.
Duratia is a medication that should be taken at bedtime. It is also important to take this medication with plenty of water as it can cause stomach upset if taken without food or liquids. Please consult your physician if you have any questions about how to take Duratia or any other related concerns about this drug or its use.