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Aderogyl C (Acetomenaphthone, Vitamin A, Vitamin D2)

Active Ingredient: Acetomenaphthone, Vitamin A (Vitamin A Palmitate), Vitamin D2 (Ergocalciferol)
Dosage:  10 ml
Route of Administration: Intranasal
Dosage Form:  Solution
Quantity per package: 5 ampoules
Availability: Out of stock

Aderogyl C is a drug prescribed for the treatment and prevention of common cold or flu. The route of administration is intranasal. The released form is a solution. Currently, this drug is unavailable. You may find another treatment option here.


Thanks to its protective and regenerative action of the respiratory mucosa, Aderogyl C is a drug to prevent and treat the common cold and flu. It is also indicated in the treatment of vitamin A, D and C deficiencies. It prevents childhood rickets (helps fix calcium in the bones).

Dosage and administration

Route of administration: Oral.

Dose and how to use:

  • infants (up to 1 year of age): 5 drops daily before breakfast.
  • children (up to 12 years of age): 10 drops daily before breakfast.

Mode of application:

  • turn the safety cover, unpack it and insert the cover with the dropper instead.
  • measure the recommended dose and mix with a little water or the liquid of your choice.
  • once the bottle is opened, the product is kept in good condition for 30 days.

Do not exceed the recommended dose.


  • Allergies to vitamins A, D and C;
  • High levels of calcium in the blood;
  • Decreased functioning of the liver and/or kidney.

Side effects

Occasionally, this solution can cause nausea, vomiting, headache, lack of appetite, skin rash. The acute and severe allergy may occur in people allergic to vitamins A and D. In some cases vitamin C favors urinary stones.

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Severe headache, bone pain, impaired sense of balance, nausea, vomiting, irritability, difficulty falling asleep are the main symptoms of overdose. In these cases, you should withdraw Aderogyl C and see your doctor immediately. If symptoms are persistent, consult your doctor.


Consult your doctor before taking this drug.