Avoid taking Polycap Capsule if you are allergic to it. Serious allergic reactions to this medicine are rare. However, seek immediate medical attention if you notice any symptoms such as a skin rash, itching/swelling (especially of the face/tongue/throat), severe dizziness, breathing difficulty, etc.
Angioedema is a condition of swelling of the area beneath your skin. Polycap Capsule is not recommended for use if you have a history of angioedema as it may worsen your condition.
Active liver disease
Polycap Capsule is not recommended for use if you have pre-existing liver problems as it may lead to accumulation of this medicine and increase the risk of liver toxicity.
Anuria is a condition where your kidney is unable to produce urine. Polycap Capsule is not recommended for use if you have anuria as it may worsen your condition.
Polycap Capsule is not recommended for use if you have bleeding disorders such as peptic ulcers (open sores that occur on the inner lining of your stomach and the upper region of your small intestine), intracranial haemorrhage (bleeding inside your skull or brain), haemophilia (a condition where your blood does not clot normally), von Willebrand's disease (a bleeding disorder caused by low levels of clot protein in your blood), or telangiectasia (a condition where small blood vessels located near the skin surface widen), etc. This medicine may cause excess bleeding resulting in worsening of your condition.
Severe kidney impairment
Polycap Capsule is filtered by the kidneys. Hence it is not recommended for use if you have severe kidney problems as it may lead to accumulation of this medicine and cause further kidney damage.
Combined use of Polycap Capsule and Aliskiren (a medicine used to treat high blood pressure) is not recommended, especially if you have diabetes and/or kidney problems, as it may increase the risk of side effects.
Cardiogenic shock is a life-threatening condition in which your heart is unable to pump enough blood to meet your body’s needs. Polycap Capsule is not recommended for use in such conditions as it can lead to further complications.
Heart block greater than first degree
There are electrical signals that control the heartbeat and cause your heart muscle to contract and pump blood properly. Heart block occurs when these signals are slowed down. Heart blocks can be first, second, or third-degree based on severity. Polycap Capsule is not recommended to treat second or third-degree heart block that requires emergency attention.
Bradycardia or slow heart rate occurs when your heart beats less than 60 times per minute. Polycap Capsule is not recommended for use in such cases as it can slow the heart rate even further which can worsen your condition and lead to other complications.
Decompensated heart failure
Decompensated heart failure is a condition where a change in the structure of heart tissue leads to the inability of the heart to pump blood and/or maintain normal blood pressure levels. Polycap Capsule can further lower the blood pressure in such conditions which may cause a need for immediate medical intervention.