Floramex 2mg Capsule
Floramex 2mg Capsule
Pack Size: 20’s
Pharmaceutical form: Capsule
Brand Name: Zafa
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Uses Of Floramex 2mg Capsule
- Floramex 2mg Capsule is used to treat the sudden diarrhoea (including traveler’s diarrhea).
- It does this by slowing the digestive tract’s movement.
- It reduces the amount of stool movements and makes the stool less liquid.
- Loperamide can also be used to lower amounts of dissolution from patients who have had the procedure of an an ileostomy.
- It can also be used to treat ongoing diarrhea for those suffering from an inflammatory bowel disorder.
- Loperamide will only treat symptoms, and not the source for diarrhea. diarrhea (such as an infection).
- The treatment of other symptoms and the root cause of the diarrhea need to be assessed by your doctor.
- If your physician prescribes for this medication be aware it is because your physician has concluded that the benefits for you is greater over the potential risk for adverse negative effects.
- A lot of people who take this medication don’t suffer from any serious adverse side effects.
- Stop taking this medication and get medical help right away if you have any very serious side effects, including: severe constipation/nausea/vomiting, stomach/abdominal pain
- Uncomfortable fullness of the stomach/abdomen,
- Fast/irregular heartbeat,
- Severe dizziness,
- A severe adverse reaction to this medication is extremely rare.
- However, seek medical attention immediately if you experience any sign of an allergic reaction.
- These include: swelling, itching or rash (especially of the tongue, face or face) and severe dizziness. difficulty breathing.
How To Use Floramex 2mg Capsule?
- If you’re using the over-the-counter medication to treat yourself take note of all the directions on the label prior to you begin taking the drug.
- If your physician prescribes this medicine, be sure to follow your doctor’s instructions and directions on the prescription label.
- You can take this medication via inhalation typically after every loose stool or as prescribed by your physician.
- The dosage depends on your health condition and the reaction to treatment.
- In the case of children, dosages are also determined by their age as well as body weight.
- Adults shouldn’t take over 8 milligrams per 24 hours in self-treatment, or 16 milligrams over 24 hours under physician’s guidance.
- If you’re taking the chewable tablet use it with an empty stomach.
- The tablets for chewing should be chewed well prior to taking them.
- contain all possible interactions between drugs.
- Keep a list of all the products you use (including prescription/nonprescription drugs and herbal products) and share it with your doctor and pharmacist.
- Do not begin or stop or alter the dose of any medication without your doctor’s permission.
- Some products that may interact with this drug include: pramlintide, recent/current antibiotic use
- Drugs that can cause constipation including anticholinergics such as belladonna/scopolamine, antispasmodics such as glycopyrrolate/oxybutynin
- Potent opioid pain medicines such as morphine
- Certain antihistamines such as diphenhydramine
- Tricyclic antidepressants such as amitriptyline
- There are inactive ingredients that could cause allergic reactions and other problems.
- Consult your pharmacist for further information.
- If you suffer from any of these health issues, speak to your physician or pharmacist prior to taking this medication: stomach or abdominal pain that is not diarrhea-related or constipation of the bowel (such as megacolon, ileus abdominal dilatation)
- Black/tarry stool mucus or blood in your stool
- Excessive fever HIV infections/AIDS
- Liver problems
- Certain stomach/intestinal illnesses (such such as Salmonella, Shigella)
- Specific bowel diseases (acute ulcerative colitis)
- The tablets that dissolve rapidly could include aspartame or Phenylalanine
- If you suffer from phenylketonuria (PKU) or other medical condition which requires you to reduce your consumption of aspartame, or phenylalanine.
- You should consult your physician or pharmacist regarding the appropriate use of this medication.
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