Penicitin is used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and Wilson's disease.
How it Works
Penicitin works to remove excess copper in people who have the inherited condition called Wilson's disease. Penicitin is known as a chelating agent that binds to excess copper and removes it from the blood stream. Penicitin also works by blocking the action of chemical messengers which are responsible for inflammation and thus slows the progress of the side effects of joint diseases
Common Side effects
Patients who take Penicitin may suffer from such side effects; Protein in urine, Reduced blood platelets Fever, Joint pain, Lesions on the face, neck, scalp Skin rash