Andre Plus Eye Drops 10 Ml
Naphazoline Naphazoline is used to treat symptoms of allergies such as sneezing, running nose, itching, and watery eyes. It also treats symptoms caused by food allergy and insect bites. Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose are used to relieve burning sensation of the eye, irritation and discomfort due to dry eye condition. Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose are indicated to aid certain eye examinations and surgeries. Chlorpheniramine Chlorpheniramine is commonly used in the treatment of cold symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, itching, watery eyes, and to treat asthma and hay fever. Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate Zinc sulphate is available as a dietary supplement. Zinc sulphate helps in wound healing, bone mineralization and maintaining bone matrix. It replaces lost zinc from the body.
How does the drug work ?
Naphazoline Naphazoline belongs to class of alpha-2 agonist. It acts as a decongestant and lubricant. It works by constricting the swollen blood vessels and mucous membrane and relieves redness, dryness, and irritation. Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose belong to a group of medicines known as eye lubricants or artificial tears. Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose reduces the dryness and irritation by wetting and lubricating the surface of the eye. Chlorpheniramine Chlorpheniramine is classified under antihistamines as it acts by blocking a chemical known as histamine, which is released by the body in response to an allergic reaction. Histamine is responsible for the symptoms of allergic reactions. Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate Zinc is required for the normal growth of the body. It plays an important role in many processes of the body.
What are the common side effects ?Naphazoline The common side effects of naphazoline are headache, high intraocular pressure, dilation of pupil, tingling sensation, and blurred vision. Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose The common side effects of Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose include blurred vision, eye pain, and eye irritation. Chlorpheniramine The common side effects of chlorpheniramine include nausea and vomiting, constipation, dry mouth, dry throat, dry skin, headache, drowsiness, and inability to empty the urinary bladder, loss of appetite, nasal congestion, and chest congestion. Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate The common side effects of zinc are vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and metallic taste in the mouth.
Important Information for Safe Use:
• Take Andre Plus medication as prescribed by the physician.
• Discontinue using Andre Plus medication if there is any symptom of adverse drug reactions that lasts for more than three days.
• Individual experiencing increased heart rate, chest pain, severe headache, sweating, anxiety and confusion while using Andre Plus medication should consult the doctor and seek immediate medical care.
• Individual allergic to Andre Plus medication or any of the ingredients should avoid taking the drug.
• Individuals suffering from blood pressure or any cardiac disorders should avoid using Andre Plus medication.Women who are pregnant or planning for pregnancy should consult the doctor before taking Andre Plus medication.
1. Is naphazoline safe in older adults? Older adults with conditions such as high blood pressure and irregular heart rate should avoid naphazoline as it worsens the condition. Before taking any tablet consult your doctor.
2. Does naphazoline cause drowsiness? No. Naphazoline do not cause drowsiness but when taken in combination with other drugs such as chlorpheniramine, it can cause sedation.
3. In which conditions I should avoid naphazoline? Do not take naphazoline if you have taken MAO inhibitor or furazolidone within past 14 days.
4. What are the medicines that may interact with naphazoline? Medicines such as antidepressants, cocaine, MAO inhibitor may interact with naphazoline drug.
5. Can I take bromocriptine while taking naphazoline? No, naphazoline may increase their actions and side effects. Hydroxyproplymethlycellulose
1. Is hydroxypropylmethylcellulose safe? Yes. Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose is safe when used at prescribed doses.
2. I am experiencing dry eye syndrome due to extended use of computer screen, can I use hydroxypropylmethylcellulose? Yes, hydroxypropylmethylcellulose lubricate the eyes and reduce the dry eye syndrome due extended use of computer screen.
3. Is it safe to use hydroxypropylmethylcellulose before undergoing eye examination? Yes, hydroxypropylmethylcellulose are indicated to aid certain eye examinations.
4. Is it safe to take hydroxypropylmethylcellulose with food or without food? Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose can be taken with or without food. But it is better to take it at a fixed time.
5. Can I use hydroxypropylmethylcellulose if am wearing contact lenses? No. Remove the lens before using eye drops and insert them back again after 15 minutes. Chlorpheniramine
1. Why is it not safe to drive while taking chlorpheniramine? Chlorpheniramine can cause drowsiness or sedation which is a common side effect of most of the antihistaminics. So, it is not advised to take chlorpheniramine or any antihistaminic while driving.
2. Is chlorpheniramine safe in newborn? No, chlorpheniramine should not be used in premature or newborns. Please consult a physician before giving any medication to the newborn.
3. How does chlorpheniramine help to provide relief from running and stuffy nose? Yes. Chlorpheniramine relieves the symptoms such as running and stuffy nose.
4. Can I take chlorpheniramine with ibuprofen? Yes. But, you must consult your doctor before taking a drug.
5. Does chlorpheniramine for cold also help to relieve symptoms of skin allergy? Yes. Chlorpheniramine is an antihistamine which is used for treating skin allergies. Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate
1. Is zinc sulphate monohydrate an over-the-counter medication? Yes. Zinc sulphate monohydrate is used as an ingredient in many over-the-counter vitamin and nutrient supplements.
2. What is the recommended dietary intake of zinc sulphate monohydrate? The recommended dietary intake of zinc sulphate monohydrate is 4 to 7 mg per day for women and
5.5 to 9.5 mg per day for men.
3. What are the dietary sources of zinc sulphate monohydrate? Green vegetables, Milk, eggs, cheese, nuts, pulses, and wholegrain cereals are the dietary sources of zinc sulphate monohydrate.
4. What are the safety precautions for taking zinc sulphate monohydrate? You need to take the medication as prescribed by your doctor. Usually, it is considered safe in recommended doses even in infants, children, pregnant and lactating women.
5. Can I take antibiotics while using zinc sulphate monohydrate? Antibiotics may interact with zinc. So, you should take a doctor’s advice before taking antibiotics along with zinc sulphate monohydrat