Since there is a higher risk of having intestinal perforations with peritonitis, the drug should be consumed only when required. There is a heavy risk to patients having:
- severe ulcerative colitis with a risk of perforation, abscesses, or purulent inflammation;
- Recent intestinal anastomoses.
Patients should be very careful of meeting people who have chickenpox. If you don’t have chickenpox, make sure to not meet the ones having chickenpox and shingles.
There can be some side effects that can occur during the intake of the medicine. These side effects will slowly get reduced with time and it will happen to only some patients. Some side effects include nausea, skin issues( acne), menstrual cycle changes, swelling body hair growth, flatulence, etc. However, these side effects will slowly get reduced. If these side effects occur for a longer time, take the doctor’s consultation.