tinefcon is contraindicated in renal failure patients, liver cirrhosis patients, patients with chronic liver disorders and HIV patients.
Remission (relief) is possible at the end of 3rd of treatment
tinefcon has minimal side effects like nausea, vomiting and diarrhea and that too in first month of treatment only. Once the patient enters the 2nd month of treatment tolerability of patient increases towards tinefcon and he/she starts responding to the treatment.
No! tinefcon cannot be given to liver failure patients, it should also not be given to patients with chronic liver diseases.
No! tinefcon cannot be prescribed to HIV patients, as immunity of HIV patients is already compromised.
Psoriasis is a remitting and relapsing disease and it is up to immunity of individual psoriasis patients to respond to the treatment of tinefcon. Individual patient will have an individual response to the treatment. But remission is possible with the successive 3 months of treatment of tinefcon, and patient can have a complete relief. Also patient cannot be cured as it is an auto immune disease and will remain there for life long. But yes! control is possible with maintenance dose of tinefcon which can be continued as half dose, ie; 1 tab BID (means 2 tablets in a day (morning and night), after 3 months of therapy).
The recommended dose of tinefcon is 2 tab BID for 3 months. The remission (complete relief) is possible after 3rd month of treatment with
Zayata is a natural stress reliever and a great phyoto medicine which can definitely be co prescribed with tinefcon as depression is very high in psoriasis patients. They carry social trauma and pain which can be relieved to a greater extent with co prescription of Zayata.
Patient should not travel from extreme hot to extreme low conditions! Let’s say for an instance; He/she should not travel from Mumbai to Delhi when nature is witnessing an extreme opposite temperatures and environment.