Transamin Capsules 500mg 20’s

Transamin Capsules 500mg 20's

Transamin Capsules 500mg 20’s


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Pack Size: 20’s

Composition: Tranexamic Acid

Pharmaceutical Form: Capsules

Brand Name: Hilton Pharma


Transamin Capsules 500mg 20’s

Transamin Capsules 500mg 20’s medicine is prescribed to treat bleeding that is heavy during menstrual periods.


  • This medicine is prescribed to treat bleeding that is heavy during menstrual periods.
  • Tranexamic acid is a drug that slows the break-up of blood clots that 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 end your period.
  • It’s not a method of birth control, and it doesn’t protect you from sexually transmitted infections.

Side Effects Of Transamin Capsules 500mg 20’s

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Muscle pain may occur.
  • When any one of the signs persists or becomes worse, inform your physician or your pharmacist immediately.
  • Keep in mind you are taking this medication prescribed by your doctor has determined that the benefits for you are greater that the chance of adverse consequences.
  • The majority of patients who use this medication don’t suffer from significant side effects.
  • Contact your physician immediately If you are experiencing any serious adverse reactions, such as eye/eyelid problems.
  • While unlikely, this medication can result in severe 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
  • Vision changes (such as color vision changes, decreased vision/blindness)

How To Use

  • Take a look at the leaflet for patients it is available at the pharmacist before beginning to use tranexamic acids every time you receive a refill.
  • If you have any concerns regarding the information, speak to your physician or pharmacist.
  • You can take the medicine by mouth in conjunction with, or with no food, as instructed by your physician, typically 2 tablets 3 times per day (morning or afternoon, time to go to bed).
  • Take this medicine whole.
  • Don’t chew or crush it.
  • Make sure you wait for your period to have begun before you take your dose.
  • Don’t take tranexamic acid for longer than 5 days consecutively.
  • Dosage is dependent on the medical conditions you have and your response to treatment.
  • Do not exceed three dosages (6 tablets) within 24 hours.
  • Stop taking tranexamic acids and visit your doctor immediately should you develop eye issues or change your vision.

Interactions Of Transamin Capsules 500mg 20’s

  • Interactions with drugs can alter how your medication function or may increase the risk of serious adverse negative effects.
  • This document doesn’t cover all possible interactions between, even 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 the permission of your doctor.
  • Certain products that could interact with this medication include: “blood thinners” (anticoagulants like warfarin and Heparin)
  • Drugs that stop blood loss (including factors IX complex anti-inhibitor-coagulant concentrates)
  • Estrogens hormones
  • Hormonal birth controls (such as pills, patches, or rings) and tretinoin.



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  • Before taking tranexamic acids, consult your physician or pharmacist whether you’re allergic to it, or if you have additional reactions.
  • The product could contain inactive ingredients that could trigger allergies or other problems.
  • Consult your pharmacist for further information.
  • Before taking this medication inform your physician or pharmacist about your medical history, particularly of blood clots in your cerebral cortex (subarachnoid hemorrhage)
  • The history of blood clots (such as those found in the lungs, legs eyes, and brain) and certain heart conditions (irregular heartbeat or heart valve problems)
  • Blood clotting disorders kidney issues (including urine containing blood) irregular menstrual bleeding with no reason.
  • Before you undergo surgery, inform your physician or dentist about the various products you’re using (including prescription drugs or nonprescription medicines, as well as herbs).