NEXAVAR 200mg Tablet 60’S


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Manufacturer Bayer Zydus Pharma Pvt Ltd
Country of Origin INDIA
Composition SORAFENIB TOSYLATE 200 mg
Packing Size 60 Tablet(s)






  • Liver cancer
  • Kidney cancer
  • Thyroid cancer

 Warning & Precautions

Pregnancy & Breast Feeding

  • Nexavar 200mg Tablet is unsafe to use during pregnancy as there is definite evidence of risk to the developing baby. However, the doctor may rarely prescribe it in some life-threatening situations if the benefits are more than the potential risks. Please consult your doctor.
  • Nexavar 200mg Tablet is unsafe to use during breastfeeding. Data suggests that the drug may cause toxicity to the baby.

Driving & Using Machines

  • Nexavar 200mg Tablet does not usually affect your ability to drive.

 How to Use
  • Take this medicine in the dose and duration as advised your doctor.
  • Swallow it as a whole.
  • Do not chew, crush or break it.
  • Nexavar 200mg Tablet is to be taken empty stomach.
  • Take it without food, or with a low fat meal and a full glass of water.
  • Take it at the same time everyday to maintain consistent levels in your body.
  • Women who could get pregnant should use a reliable method of contraception to prevent pregnancy while taking this medicine.
  • Your doctor may regularly monitor your blood pressure while you are taking this medicine.
  • Inform your doctor if you get a skin rash, or any pain, swelling, and redness of your hands and feet while you are taking this medicine.
  • Do not change the dose or discontinue use without consulting your doctor.


If you miss a dose of Nexavar 200mg Tablet, skip it and continue with your normal schedule. Do not double the dose.

 Side Effects

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them

  • Fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Loss of appetite
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Hair loss
  • Weight loss
  • Rash
  • Painful blisters on hands and feet

 More Information
  • Keep this medicine out of reach of children
  • Store at room temperature (15-25°C)
  • Do not use this medicine after the expiry date


Q. How is Nexavar administered?

Nexavar is an oral medicine and you should take it exactly as per your doctor’s advice. It can be taken without food or with low to moderate fat meal. It should not be taken with high-fat meal which will make Nexavar less effective. If you are taking high-fat meal, take Sorafenib 1 hour before or two hours after high-fat meal.

Q. For how long do I need to take Nexavar?

If Nexavar suits you well, then you should continue taking it for the duration suggested the doctor. However, if you experience any side effect that bothers you, talk to your doctor immediately.

Q. Do I need to take a treatment along with Nexavar for it to work?

Nexavar is used as a monotherapy, that is, it is a medicine which is used alone rather than in combination with other treatments like radiotherapy or chemotherapy.

Q. How do I know if I am responding to Nexavar?

While receiving treatment with Nexavar, your doctor will most likely recommend regular scans to monitor the size of the tumor. You may also need to get regular blood tests to see if the deranged liver or kidney functions have improved or not.

Q. What are the serious side effects that can occur while taking Nexavar?

The possible serious side effects that may occur (not in everyone) include heart attack and heart failure, increased risk of bleeding, high blood pressure, skin problems and wound healing problems. Some other side effects which get highlighted when you go through various tests are decreased blood flow to the heart, swelling of the liver, an opening in the wall of stomach or intestines (perforation), changes in electrical activity of the heart (QT prolongation) and changes in thyroid hormone levels.

Q. Does Nexavar affect blood sugar levels?

Yes, Nexavar can cause a decrease in the blood sugar levels. In fact, the levels can decrease to the extent that the patient may faint. So, it is important that the patients having diabetes check their blood sugar levels regularly. Additionally, you should also consult the doctor if the dose of anti-diabetic medicines needs to be adjusted.

Q. I have developed redness and pain in my palms and soles ever since I started using Nexavar. My skin is also coming off. Is this dangerous? What should I do?

It seems you have developed hand and foot skin reaction due to Nexavar. Consult your doctor who will either interrupt your therapy for sometime or change your dose. He might also suggest some cream or lotion to treat the problem. If the problem is severe, consult a skin doctor.


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