Boniva (Ibandronate Sodium) is used to treat or prevent osteoporosis in women after menopause. Osteoporosis causes bones to become thinner and break more easily. Ibandronate Sodium belongs to a class of medications called bisphosphonates. This medication works by slowing bone loss to help maintain strong bones and reduce the risk of broken bones (fractures).
We currently have the brand name Boniva also called Bonviva from Turkey manufactured by Roche Pharmaceuticals. The generic comes from India and UK and is manufactured by different manufacturers. Boniva is available in the strength of 150mg tablets and 3mg/3ml injections.
CanadianPharmacyKing.com supplies only genuine Boniva from Turkey and the UK shipped using Turkish or UK packaging. This Boniva is manufactured by Genetech Inc. (a member of Roche Group), the worldwide manufacturer of Boniva. This offer is neither endorsed nor authorized by Genetech Inc. (the United States and Canadian distributor of Boniva). CanadianPharmacyKing.com has no affiliation whatsoever with Genetech Inc.
The common side effects may include diarrhea, mild flu-like symptoms such as fatigue, muscle ache, pain in arms/legs and upset stomach.
The serious side effects may include:
• Difficult or painful swallowing;
• Heartburn or chest pain;
• Increased or severe bone/joint/muscle pain;
• Jaw pain;
• New or unusual hip/thigh/groin pain;
• Severe stomach/abdominal pain;
• Vision changes
You should not take Boniva if you are allergic to Ibandronate or if you have any other allergies. Before you start using this medication, inform your doctor about your medical conditions and about all the medications you are currently taking including OTC and herbal medications. Do not take Boniva if you cannot sit upright or stand for at least one full hour after taking the medicine. This medication can cause serious problems in the stomach or esophagus. You will need to stay upright for at least 60 minutes after taking this medication. It is unknown whether Boniva will harm an unborn baby. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. It is unknown whether Ibandronate passes into breast milk or if it could harm a nursing baby.