Transamin Capsules 250mg 100’s
Transamin Capsules 250mg 100’s
Pack Size: 100’s
Composition: Tranexamic Acid
Pharmaceutical Form: Capsules
Brand Name: Hilton Pharma
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Uses Of Transamin Capsules 250mg 100’s
- Transamin Capsules 250mg 100’s are prescribed to treat bleeding that is heavy in your menstrual cycle.
- Tranexamic acid is a drug that slows the process of breaking down blood clots and helps stop bleeding for a long time.
- It belongs to a class of drugs known as antifibrinolytics.
- Tranexamic acid is not a hormone. It is not a treatment for the symptoms of premenstrual menstrual syndrome or menstrual cramps.
- It doesn’t stop your menstrual cycle.
- It’s not a method of birth control, and it doesn’t protect you from sexually transmitted illnesses.
- Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and muscle pain may occur.
- If any of these symptoms persist or get worse, consult your physician or your pharmacist immediately.
- Be aware you are taking the medication prescribed because your doctor has determined that the benefits to you are more than the potential risk of having side consequences.
- The majority of patients who use this medication do not suffer any serious adverse side effects.
- Inform your doctor immediately in case you experience any serious side effects for example eye/eyelid problems. Although it is unlikely, this drug could result in grave blood clot issues.
- Stop taking tranexamic acid and get medical help right away if any of these very serious side effects occur: coughing up blood, fainting, chest/jaw/left arm pain, pain/swelling/warmth in the groin/calf, swelling/weakness/redness/pain in the arms/legs, signs of a stroke (such as weakness on one side of the body, trouble speaking, sudden vision changes, confusion), vision changes (such as color vision changes, decreased vision/blindness).
How To Use Transamin Capsules 250mg 100’s?
- Take a look at the leaflet for patients it is available at or from your pharmacist before beginning to take tranexamic acid, and every time you receive a refill.
- If you have any concerns regarding the information, speak to your physician or pharmacist.
- Use the medicine by inhalation either with food or as prescribed by your doctor.
- Typically, you will need two tablets three times per day (morning or afternoon, nighttime).
- Take this medicine whole.
- Do not chew or crush the pill.
- You must wait for your period to have begun before you take the first pill.
- Don’t take tranexamic acid for longer than five days consecutively.
- Dosage is determined by your medical conditions and your response to treatment.
- Do not exceed three dosages (6 tablets) within 24 hours.
- Stop taking tranexamic acid, and consult your physician immediately in case you experience any eye issues or changes or changes in sight.
- Interactions with drugs can alter how your medication function or may increase the risk of serious adverse negative effects.
- This guideline does not cover 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.
- Don’t start or stop or alter the dose of any medication without your doctor’s permission.
- Some of the products that can be incompatible with this drug are: “blood thinners” (anticoagulants like warfarin and Heparin) as well as drugs to stop blood loss (including the factor IX compound, anti-inhibitor-coagulant concentrates) estrogens hormones, hormonal contraceptives (such as pills, patches rings, patches) and tretinoin.
- Examine the prescription and nonprescription medication labels as many medicines contain pain-relieving medications/fever reducers ( NSAIDs such as aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen) that can increase your chances of bleeding.
- The low-dose aspirin is best to continue taking if recommended by your doctor for me specific medical reasons like the prevention of heart attacks and the prevention of stroke (usually between 81 and 162 milligrams per day). Consult your physician or pharmacist for more information.
When Not To Use
- Before you take it, inform your physician or pharmacist if you’re allergic to it or if you suffer from any other allergies.
- This product could have inactive ingredients, which could trigger allergic reactions or other issues.
- Consult your pharmacist for more information.
- Before taking tranexamic acids, consult your physician or pharmacist whether you’re allergic to it, or if you suffer from any or other reactions.
- This product could contain inactive ingredients that can trigger allergies or other issues.
- Ask your doctor for more information.
- Before taking this medication inform your physician or pharmacist about your medical history, including hemorrhaging in the cerebellum (subarachnoid hemorrhage) or the presence of blood clots (such as those in the lungs, legs, eye, brain) or heart-related conditions (irregular heartbeat and heart valve issues) or blood clotting disorders kidney issues (including blood in urine) menstrual bleeding that is irregular and of no reason.
- Before you undergo surgery, inform the doctor you see or dentist about the various products you are using (including prescription drugs or nonprescription medicines, as well as herbs).
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