Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018757/002.

Names and composition

"CALCIBIND" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CELLULOSE SODIUM PHOSPHATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018757/002 CALCIBIND CELLULOSE SODIUM PHOSPHATE POWDER/ORAL 2.5GM per PACKET
018757/003 CALCIBIND CELLULOSE SODIUM PHOSPHATE POWDER/ORAL 300GM per BOT

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018757/002 CALCIBIND CELLULOSE SODIUM PHOSPHATE POWDER/ORAL 2.5GM per PACKET
018757/003 CALCIBIND CELLULOSE SODIUM PHOSPHATE POWDER/ORAL 300GM per BOT

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Answered questions

I am in the process of passing a kidney stone. Any info on how to get it to pass and how to ease the pain.?
will be appreciated.Also what causes them and how NEVER to go through this again. Thanks so much! The cat scan showed It has about 5-6 inches to go. Asked by Jeane Pitt 1 year ago.

Unfortunately there’s not much you can do for pain except get a prescription for some kind of opioid, ask your doctor. Also drink lots of water to prevent dehydration. If you experience bloody or cloudy urine report it to your doctor right away. As to not get anymore kidney stones it all depends what kind of stones you have. Usually there calcium stones, with these the first instinct would be to reduce calcium in your diet, but the problem is you need your calcium. So keep the calcium in your diet and try taking cellulose sodium phosphate or calcibind (you may need a perscription for this, but i'm not 100% sure) If you have uric acid stones you should look into reducing you purine intake in your diet, avoid foods like shellfish, anchovies, asparagus, mushrooms, and organ meats. For cystine stones put yourself on a low-protein diet. For oxalate stones you simply reduce oxalate in your diet, some foods that have oxalate include spinach, strawberries, rhubarb, chocolate, tea, peanuts, and wheat bran. hope this helps!!! Answered by Freda Simone 1 year ago.

Drink lots of fluids mainly water. Avoid caffeine. Some medications may increase the risk for kidney stones in some people. Talk to your doctor about pain medication. Answered by Toccara Shenkel 1 year ago.

Get a perscription for Tylenol 3 and take gravol. It will help with the pain and neausea. Your body produces the stones, so to prevent them drink lots and lots of water, avoid caffeine and excess salt. I think if they're really big and not passing they may use ultrasound to break it up. Otherwise, just hang in there. They may suggest you pee into a strainer until it passes just so you can tell if you've passed it or not. Answered by Timothy Kosar 1 year ago.

If you've had a CAT scan, I assume you are under a doctor's care. They should be able to give you medication for pain, as well as to keep you monitored. Don't hesitate to ask for help - some stones are so painful that people have actually passed out. (i.e. me) Answered by Loida Mcdole 1 year ago.


I am in the process of passing a kidney stone. Any info on how to get it to pass and how to ease the pain.?
will be appreciated.Also what causes them and how NEVER to go through this again. Thanks so much! The cat scan showed It has about 5-6 inches to go. Asked by Savanna Puidokas 1 year ago.

Unfortunately there’s not much you can do for pain except get a prescription for some kind of opioid, ask your doctor. Also drink lots of water to prevent dehydration. If you experience bloody or cloudy urine report it to your doctor right away. As to not get anymore kidney stones it all depends what kind of stones you have. Usually there calcium stones, with these the first instinct would be to reduce calcium in your diet, but the problem is you need your calcium. So keep the calcium in your diet and try taking cellulose sodium phosphate or calcibind (you may need a perscription for this, but i'm not 100% sure) If you have uric acid stones you should look into reducing you purine intake in your diet, avoid foods like shellfish, anchovies, asparagus, mushrooms, and organ meats. For cystine stones put yourself on a low-protein diet. For oxalate stones you simply reduce oxalate in your diet, some foods that have oxalate include spinach, strawberries, rhubarb, chocolate, tea, peanuts, and wheat bran. hope this helps!!! Answered by Roy Tennent 1 year ago.

Drink lots of fluids mainly water. Avoid caffeine. Some medications may increase the risk for kidney stones in some people. Talk to your doctor about pain medication. Answered by Kenyatta Catchings 1 year ago.

Get a perscription for Tylenol 3 and take gravol. It will help with the pain and neausea. Your body produces the stones, so to prevent them drink lots and lots of water, avoid caffeine and excess salt. I think if they're really big and not passing they may use ultrasound to break it up. Otherwise, just hang in there. They may suggest you pee into a strainer until it passes just so you can tell if you've passed it or not. Answered by Giuseppina Saragosa 1 year ago.

If you've had a CAT scan, I assume you are under a doctor's care. They should be able to give you medication for pain, as well as to keep you monitored. Don't hesitate to ask for help - some stones are so painful that people have actually passed out. (i.e. me) Answered by Dortha Truman 1 year ago.


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