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Skelid Drug Information

Skelid® (tiludronate disodium) is a drug that is used to treat Paget's disease of bone. This prescription medication belongs to a group of drugs known as bisphosphonates. Specifically, it is recommended for people with very high alkaline phosphate levels (a measure of the disease's severity), people who have Paget's symptoms, or people who are at risk for future complications.
 
Skelid comes in tablet form and is taken every day for three months. Common side effects include:
   
If you have certain other medical conditions, such as severe kidney disease or certain allergies, your healthcare provider needs to know this information when prescribing this drug. Skelid may not be appropriate in these situations, and discussing these and other issues with your healthcare provider will help ensure the safety and effectiveness of your treatment plan.
 
(Click Skelid for more information on this drug, including how it works and why you should not eat for two hours before or after taking it.)
 

Skelid Drug Information

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