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Montiget Tablets 5mg 2×7’s
Montiget Tablets 5mg 2×7’s can alleviate and manage asthma-related symptoms (such as wheezing, breath shortness). It is taken prior to exercising to help prevent breathing problems while exercising (bronchospasm).
Montiget 5 mg Tablet is a montelukast-based drug and is part of a class of medications known as Leukotriene receptor antagonists.
- It is frequently used to stop wheezing and shortness of breath that is caused by asthma.
- It also reduces the frequency of asthma attacks.
Side Effects Of Montiget Tablets 5mg 2×7’s
- abdominal pain
- increased sweating
When Not To Use
It is not recommended for patients who have a history of hypersensitivity to the medication.
- You can take it with or without meals
- Mix the granules in a blender or directly with carrot sauce, applesauce and even ice cream. Do
- Not mix with not mix with.
- Begin within 15 minutes of opening the package.
- Contact your doctor if you experience an ongoing abdominal ache and abdominal pain. Skin
- The skin is itchy, rash and unusual symptoms of congestion or cough, and worsening of asthmatic
- If you are sensitive to aspirin be sure to stay away from aspirins and other NSAIDs treatment.
- The medication is used to manage and reduce the symptoms that are caused by asthma (chronic inflammation of the lungs, characterized by narrowing of airways).
- It can also be used prior to exercising to avoid breathing issues when exercising.
- It also helps alleviate symptoms of hay fever (type of inflammation of the nose as a result of the airborne allergens) and allergic rhinoitis (such as sneezing, itchiness/runny/tight nose).
- Do not replace abruptly with oral or inhaled steroid therapy.
- Avoid use in the treatment of symptoms that are acute.
- Stop if signs appear.
- Churg Strauss Syndrome are evident (disorder that is characterized by inflammation of blood vessels that restricts blood flow to organs as well as tissues).
- The tablets chewable can contain aspartame.
- If you suffer from Phenylketonuria (disorder which causes reduced processing of the amino acid Phenylalanine ) or any other medical condition which requires you to reduce or avoid aspartame (or Phenylalanine) within your food.
- consult your physician or pharmacist about the safe use of this drug.