Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020862/001.

Names and composition

"HECTOROL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of DOXERCALCIFEROL.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020862/001 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 2.5MCG
020862/002 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 0.5MCG
020862/003 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 1MCG
021027/001 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 4MCG per 2ML (2MCG per ML)
021027/002 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MCG per ML (2MCG per ML)

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020862/001 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 2.5MCG
020862/002 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 0.5MCG
020862/003 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 1MCG
021027/001 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 4MCG per 2ML (2MCG per ML)
021027/002 HECTOROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MCG per ML (2MCG per ML)
090040/001 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/ INJECTION 2MCG per ML
091101/001 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 4MCG per 2ML (2MCG per ML)
091333/001 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 4MCG per 2ML (2MCG per ML)
091433/001 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 0.5MCG
091433/002 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 1MCG
091433/003 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 2.5MCG
200926/001 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 4MCG per 2ML (2MCG per ML)
201518/001 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 0.5MCG
201518/002 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 1MCG
201518/003 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL CAPSULE/ORAL 2.5MCG
203929/001 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 4MCG per 2ML (2MCG per ML)
203929/002 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MCG per ML (2MCG per ML)
208974/001 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2MCG per ML (2MCG per ML)
208974/002 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 4MCG per 2ML (2MCG per ML)
208975/001 DOXERCALCIFEROL DOXERCALCIFEROL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 4MCG per 2ML (2MCG per ML)

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Answered questions

Should a renal (dialysis patient) take both Phoslo and Hectorol at the same time?
Asked by Leontine Peake 1 year ago.

When I was on dialysis I was on both.. and even now that I've had a transplant I'm still on both.. the Hectorol helps absorb the calcium.. Answered by Joane Payenda 1 year ago.

that is something for a doctor to answer.... Answered by Bettina Knauss 1 year ago.


My mother is dialysis; since starting, she feels awful, there is a constant pain in one spot on her back.?
She is nauseated and weak all of the time. She takes BP med, phoslo, hectorol, midodrine, iron tablets, warfarin, lyrica, and klor con, I think these meds are making her sick. Hectorol and phoslo seem to contradict each other--I also feel that she really didn't need to be on dialysis so soon. ... Asked by Cinderella Polaco 1 year ago.

She is nauseated and weak all of the time. She takes BP med, phoslo, hectorol, midodrine, iron tablets, warfarin, lyrica, and klor con, I think these meds are making her sick. Hectorol and phoslo seem to contradict each other--I also feel that she really didn't need to be on dialysis so soon. Question/comments from anyone who has answers. Also can one just stop the dialysis and live? We are tempted to only take the BP med and pain med. HELP! Answered by William Kaliher 1 year ago.

I feel for you and your mother ... I have lived this life Ok first you need to know what percentage her kidneys are WORKING what ever percentage will determine how long she would live without the dialysis They figure this by tests ultrasounds etc. My mother was at 20 percent for both kidneys and they told her that she would live 5 years without and a normal lifetime with this was at the age of 40 .... she passed away at 45 while on the machine she suffered a massive heart attack I dont mean to scare you but it is a bad result of dialysis and you need to be aware of this possibility. Second sadly dialysis helps many but what they dont tell you is that most experience exactly what your mother is ... the minute you start it seems to zap any and all energy you have or ever had. Some may be able to go to dialysis in the morning and the mall in the evening but most do good to go from the dialysis machine to the car without feeling like they ran a marathon. Pain is another side effect of kidney failure and depending on why her kidneys failed is also another factor My mothers legs got hard a cement and she eventually was not able to stand up longer then to switch from the wheel chair to the toilet or bed and that was chancy she also ended up with severe diahrhea which nothing cured. The pain on her back can be her kidney. Just do some things and concider this advice from a previous caregiver/relative of a dialysis patient Tell your mom you love her every day Make each day mean something to both of you Ease her pain as you can ... hot rags, back rubs, massages, comfort foods, watch a movie with her, talk about your life current and past, sit with her all hours bear her moans and cries then take it to God or your higher power on her behalf If someone picks her up for dialysis walk to the vehicle with her If she has the opportunity for transplant do what you can to get her on the list ... she may never get the donation but at least get on the list respect her wishes ... from wanting a bottle of perfume she cant really afford to not wanting to make a stink cause her family doesnt share the responsibilty of her condition and avoid visiting If you are the caregiver take a bath each day put bubbles or lotion in it make sure you are in there for 1 hr. This is your escape from all you will see during this ride with your mom If someone else is the caregiver give them an hour or two break even if its just so they can go grocery shopping .... these lil breaks are very needed. Most important Be a part of her medical care.... let the doctors know you are concerned, let them hear your voice they tend to think they are only dealing with the actual patient on dialysis if no one speaks up and most of the time you know her better then they do and even if you call them on a mistake they will be impressed that you knew what you knew You are in my thoughts and may you have a blessed season. Good Luck and give your mom a hug Answered by Marietta Garrish 1 year ago.

Anything that is "severe" in the pain department needs to be given attention by a physician. If you are having problems standing and this has been going on, you need to get into see a doc at the Emergency Room, a general surgeon, or an urgent care doc TODAY. Start making phone calls. Answered by Bo Mense 1 year ago.


Should a renal (dialysis patient) take both Phoslo and Hectorol at the same time?
Asked by Dennise Lide 1 year ago.

When I was on dialysis I was on both.. and even now that I've had a transplant I'm still on both.. the Hectorol helps absorb the calcium.. Answered by Krysta Ananias 1 year ago.

that is something for a doctor to answer.... Answered by Eloise Heusel 1 year ago.


My mother is dialysis; since starting, she feels awful, there is a constant pain in one spot on her back.?
She is nauseated and weak all of the time. She takes BP med, phoslo, hectorol, midodrine, iron tablets, warfarin, lyrica, and klor con, I think these meds are making her sick. Hectorol and phoslo seem to contradict each other--I also feel that she really didn't need to be on dialysis so soon. ... Asked by Weldon Arnone 1 year ago.

She is nauseated and weak all of the time. She takes BP med, phoslo, hectorol, midodrine, iron tablets, warfarin, lyrica, and klor con, I think these meds are making her sick. Hectorol and phoslo seem to contradict each other--I also feel that she really didn't need to be on dialysis so soon. Question/comments from anyone who has answers. Also can one just stop the dialysis and live? We are tempted to only take the BP med and pain med. HELP! Answered by Shin Halo 1 year ago.

I feel for you and your mother ... I have lived this life Ok first you need to know what percentage her kidneys are WORKING what ever percentage will determine how long she would live without the dialysis They figure this by tests ultrasounds etc. My mother was at 20 percent for both kidneys and they told her that she would live 5 years without and a normal lifetime with this was at the age of 40 .... she passed away at 45 while on the machine she suffered a massive heart attack I dont mean to scare you but it is a bad result of dialysis and you need to be aware of this possibility. Second sadly dialysis helps many but what they dont tell you is that most experience exactly what your mother is ... the minute you start it seems to zap any and all energy you have or ever had. Some may be able to go to dialysis in the morning and the mall in the evening but most do good to go from the dialysis machine to the car without feeling like they ran a marathon. Pain is another side effect of kidney failure and depending on why her kidneys failed is also another factor My mothers legs got hard a cement and she eventually was not able to stand up longer then to switch from the wheel chair to the toilet or bed and that was chancy she also ended up with severe diahrhea which nothing cured. The pain on her back can be her kidney. Just do some things and concider this advice from a previous caregiver/relative of a dialysis patient Tell your mom you love her every day Make each day mean something to both of you Ease her pain as you can ... hot rags, back rubs, massages, comfort foods, watch a movie with her, talk about your life current and past, sit with her all hours bear her moans and cries then take it to God or your higher power on her behalf If someone picks her up for dialysis walk to the vehicle with her If she has the opportunity for transplant do what you can to get her on the list ... she may never get the donation but at least get on the list respect her wishes ... from wanting a bottle of perfume she cant really afford to not wanting to make a stink cause her family doesnt share the responsibilty of her condition and avoid visiting If you are the caregiver take a bath each day put bubbles or lotion in it make sure you are in there for 1 hr. This is your escape from all you will see during this ride with your mom If someone else is the caregiver give them an hour or two break even if its just so they can go grocery shopping .... these lil breaks are very needed. Most important Be a part of her medical care.... let the doctors know you are concerned, let them hear your voice they tend to think they are only dealing with the actual patient on dialysis if no one speaks up and most of the time you know her better then they do and even if you call them on a mistake they will be impressed that you knew what you knew You are in my thoughts and may you have a blessed season. Good Luck and give your mom a hug Answered by Ria Darsi 1 year ago.

Anything that is "severe" in the pain department needs to be given attention by a physician. If you are having problems standing and this has been going on, you need to get into see a doc at the Emergency Room, a general surgeon, or an urgent care doc TODAY. Start making phone calls. Answered by Tanner Messamore 1 year ago.


Should a renal (dialysis patient) take both Phoslo and Hectorol at the same time?
Asked by Mackenzie Mukherjee 1 year ago.

When I was on dialysis I was on both.. and even now that I've had a transplant I'm still on both.. the Hectorol helps absorb the calcium.. Answered by Edmond Parrigan 1 year ago.

that is something for a doctor to answer.... Answered by Octavio Pomrenke 1 year ago.


My mother is dialysis; since starting, she feels awful, there is a constant pain in one spot on her back.?
She is nauseated and weak all of the time. She takes BP med, phoslo, hectorol, midodrine, iron tablets, warfarin, lyrica, and klor con, I think these meds are making her sick. Hectorol and phoslo seem to contradict each other--I also feel that she really didn't need to be on dialysis so soon. ... Asked by Marcel Litecky 1 year ago.

She is nauseated and weak all of the time. She takes BP med, phoslo, hectorol, midodrine, iron tablets, warfarin, lyrica, and klor con, I think these meds are making her sick. Hectorol and phoslo seem to contradict each other--I also feel that she really didn't need to be on dialysis so soon. Question/comments from anyone who has answers. Also can one just stop the dialysis and live? We are tempted to only take the BP med and pain med. HELP! Answered by Jan Cava 1 year ago.

I feel for you and your mother ... I have lived this life Ok first you need to know what percentage her kidneys are WORKING what ever percentage will determine how long she would live without the dialysis They figure this by tests ultrasounds etc. My mother was at 20 percent for both kidneys and they told her that she would live 5 years without and a normal lifetime with this was at the age of 40 .... she passed away at 45 while on the machine she suffered a massive heart attack I dont mean to scare you but it is a bad result of dialysis and you need to be aware of this possibility. Second sadly dialysis helps many but what they dont tell you is that most experience exactly what your mother is ... the minute you start it seems to zap any and all energy you have or ever had. Some may be able to go to dialysis in the morning and the mall in the evening but most do good to go from the dialysis machine to the car without feeling like they ran a marathon. Pain is another side effect of kidney failure and depending on why her kidneys failed is also another factor My mothers legs got hard a cement and she eventually was not able to stand up longer then to switch from the wheel chair to the toilet or bed and that was chancy she also ended up with severe diahrhea which nothing cured. The pain on her back can be her kidney. Just do some things and concider this advice from a previous caregiver/relative of a dialysis patient Tell your mom you love her every day Make each day mean something to both of you Ease her pain as you can ... hot rags, back rubs, massages, comfort foods, watch a movie with her, talk about your life current and past, sit with her all hours bear her moans and cries then take it to God or your higher power on her behalf If someone picks her up for dialysis walk to the vehicle with her If she has the opportunity for transplant do what you can to get her on the list ... she may never get the donation but at least get on the list respect her wishes ... from wanting a bottle of perfume she cant really afford to not wanting to make a stink cause her family doesnt share the responsibilty of her condition and avoid visiting If you are the caregiver take a bath each day put bubbles or lotion in it make sure you are in there for 1 hr. This is your escape from all you will see during this ride with your mom If someone else is the caregiver give them an hour or two break even if its just so they can go grocery shopping .... these lil breaks are very needed. Most important Be a part of her medical care.... let the doctors know you are concerned, let them hear your voice they tend to think they are only dealing with the actual patient on dialysis if no one speaks up and most of the time you know her better then they do and even if you call them on a mistake they will be impressed that you knew what you knew You are in my thoughts and may you have a blessed season. Good Luck and give your mom a hug Answered by Kira Jeffreys 1 year ago.

Anything that is "severe" in the pain department needs to be given attention by a physician. If you are having problems standing and this has been going on, you need to get into see a doc at the Emergency Room, a general surgeon, or an urgent care doc TODAY. Start making phone calls. Answered by Shari Ottinger 1 year ago.


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