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Cyproheptadine is used to relieve allergy symptoms of food, blood, and plasma. It also acts as an appetite stimulant. Cyproheptadine treats mild and complicated urticaria. Additionally, cyproheptadine is used to treat running nose, watery eyes, itching nose, sneezing, and hives.
How does the drug work?
Cyproheptadine belongs to antihistamine. Histamine is a natural substance that occurs in the body. Histamine when binds to certain receptors cause allergic reactions. Cyproheptadine blocks the binding of histamine to its receptors and restricts the action of histamine that caUSES allergic reactions.
What are the common side effect?
The common reported side effects of cyproheptadine are drowsiness, dizziness, dry mouth, dry throat, dry nose, difficulty during urination, excitement, headache, muscle weakness, blurred vision, and chest congestion
• Do not take the drug if the individuals have any past allergic reactions to Abitol or its active ingredients.
• Do not consume alcohol while taking Abitol medication, as alcohol may cause excessive drowsiness and calmness with the drug.
• Do not increase the dose without medical supervision. Do not self-medicate or take Abitol drug more often than directed.
• Report to the doctor if the condition does not improve within 3 days or if it worsens.
• Newborns, infants, and elderly patients should not be given Abitol drug, as they are more susceptible to the side effects of Abitol tablet.
• Avoid taking Abitol tablet in the conditions of narrow-angle glaucoma, peptic ulcer, enlarged prostate or bladder, or bowel blockage. In these conditions, side effects overweigh Abitol USES.
1. What are the drugs that are contraindicated with cyproheptadine? Patients should not use drugs such as antihistamines or monoamine-oxidase inhibitors with cyproheptadine as these drugs may have drug-drug interactions.
2. What is the specific dosage for cyproheptadine tablets? The dosage of cyproheptadine based on the age medical condition and weight of the body.
3. How to take cyproheptadine tablet? Cyproheptadine can be taken with or without food through the mouth with a glass full of water. It is taken usually 2-3 times a day.
4. Is cyproheptadine safe during breastfeeding? No, patients who are breastfeeding should not use cyproheptadine drug.
5. When should I avoid taking cyproheptadine? The patient should not take cyproheptadine if they are allergic to medicines, and any foods. it is avoided if you have taken MOA inhibitor with last 14 days.