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Boniva (Ibandronate Sodium) and/or alternatives

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    Boniva 150mg

    Marketed as Bonviva in Turkey

    Manufactured by: Roche

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    Boniva 150mg

    Marketed as Bonviva in European Union

    Manufactured by: Roche Diagnostics Ltd

    Product of United Kingdom. Shipped from United Kingdom

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    Ibandronate Sodium 150mg

    Generic Alternative of Boniva 150mg

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    Product of United Kingdom. Shipped from United Kingdom

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General Information On Boniva

Boniva or Ibandronate is a medication used for increasing bone density and preventing bone loss, thereby reducing the chances of bone fractures. Boniva is recommended to post menopausal women who are more susceptible to osteoporosis. Patients who have been using corticosteroid medications for a long time are also advised to consume Boniva. Boniva belongs to group of drugs known as bisphosphonates. Boniva belongs to the group of drugs known as bisphosphonates that assist your body to suppress osteoclast activity and inhibit bone turnover/resorption. Buy Boniva as it assists patients in increasing and maintaining their bone strength.

Side Effects for Boniva

Use Boniva with caution if you already have low calcium levels, as this medication can cause hypocalcemia. Ask your doctor to prescribe Vitamin D and calcium if you are using Boniva. Contact your physician immediately if you notice a tingling or numbness in your toes or fingers, muscle cramps, or spasms or any other signs of low calcium levels in your blood. You may experience inflammation or irritation in the esophagus, feel some pain in your joints, bones, or muscles, and develop unusual thighbone fractures when using Boniva. Users can also develop severe allergic reactions such as rashes, dizziness, blurred vision, or find it difficult to breathe. If this happens, stop using the medication immediately and contact your healthcare provider when you notice any side effects of Boniva.


Before getting started with Boniva, inform your physician if you are pregnant, planning to conceive, or are breastfeeding. Inform your doctor if you have any problem with your esophagus such as difficulty swallowing or any digestive disorders. If you have a kidney disorder, stomach ulcers, or if your body does not absorb minerals easily, your doctor should be notified in advance before you start using this bisphosphonate before you buy Boniva.

Boniva Dosage

Doctors usually recommend taking a single tablet of Boniva 150 mg every month or can prescribe a daily dose of Boniva 2.5 mg tablets. If you are taking one tablet a month, then take it on the same date every month. If you are using Boniva daily, then take this tablet on an empty stomach first thing in the morning with a tall glass of water. Do not take this medication with milk or any other liquid. You should not eat anything for up to one hour after using Boniva. Swallow the whole tablet and do not crush it or break it to avoid irritation in esophagus. In case of a drug overdose, consult your physician immediately. Your doctors may recommend you Vitamin D and calcium supplements when you buy Boniva.


Inform the doctor about all the prescription, non-prescription and over the counter medications that you are using before they recommend that you take Boniva. Calcium products and multivalent cations like magnesium, aluminum, and iron can slow down Boniva absorption. Therefore, take Boniva on an empty stomach and do not consume any oral medications or food for a minimum of 60 minutes after taking this medicine. Boniva can interact negatively with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or aspirin. The use of Boniva can alter the results of bone-imaging lab tests. Therefore, inform your radiologist in advance if you are on Boniva.

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