Anthocyn Tx Tablet 10
Tranexamic acid Tranexamic acid is used to treat excessive bleeding during menstruation. It is also used to treat blood loss from trauma, surgery, and hemophilia. Glutathione Glutathione is obtained from three amino acids- cysteine, glutamate and glycine. It has antioxidant activity and is used for the prevention and management of cancer, HIV or AIDS, type 2 diabetes, hepatitis, and Parkinson’s disease. It is used to prevent the damage to healthy cells in the patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy for cancer. It also improves the function of immune system. It reduces infertility.
How does the drug work ?
Tranexamic acid Tranexamic acid belongs to class of antifibrinolytic agent. It works by preventing clots of blood during surgery, menstruation, and other parts of the body. It helps to break down the blood clots too fast and reduces excessive bleeding. Glutathione Glutathione is an amino acid which takes part in the synthesis of leukotriene. It has antioxidant activity due to which it reduces s the levels of free radicals and oxidative stress in different organs of the body. It prevents the cell damage caused by oxidative stress. It takes part in many metabolic reactions and detoxifies the body and boosts the function of immune system.
What are the common side effects ?Tranexamic acid The common side effects of tranexamic acid are gastrointestinal effects, dizziness, fatigue, headache, and hypersensitivity reactions. Glutathione The common side effects of Glutathioneare nausea, vomiting, headache and dizziness. L-glutathione may decrease absorption of zinc.
Important Information for Safe Use:
• Avoid taking Anthocyn-TX medication during menstruation. .
• Discontinue taking Anthocyn-TX medication and consult the doctor if there is any sign or rash, inflammation of the face, swollen lips or breathlessness.
• Inform the doctor if bleeding continues even at the end of menstrual cycle.
• Individuals who had undergone organ transplant surgery in the past should avoid taking Anthocyn-TX medication.
1. How should I take the tranexamic acid? Take the tranexamic acid with or without food but at a fixed time every day or as prescribed by the doctor.
2. Can I drive after taking tranexamic acid? Tranexamic acid may affect person’s ability to drive. It is safe to avoid drive after taking this medicine.
3. What is the dose of tranexamic acid for adults? The dose depends on the individual and is decided by your doctor. However, the normal starting dose of tranexamic acid for adults is 2 to 4mg/day.
4. What if I forget taking a dose of tranexamic acid? Take the missed dose soon as you remember. If it is about to next dose, then leave the dose and continue with the next dose at its scheduled time. Do not overdose.
5. How to store tranexamic acid injections? Store the medicine in its original package away from heat, light, and moisture. Keep it out of reach from your kids. Discard the injections after the expiry date. Glutathione
1. What are rich sources of Glutathione? Broccoli, garlic, asparagus, unprocessed meat, avocados, and spinach are the rich sources of glutathione.
2. Are there any special dietary restrictions that I need to follow while taking glutathione supplements? Consult the physician to know about the dietary restrictions that should be followed while taking glutathione supplements.
3. Does glutathione improve immunity? Yes. Glutathione has antioxidant activity and improves immunity.
4. How should I store glutathione supplements? Glutathione supplements should be stored at room temperature away from heat and direct sunlight.
5. Is it safe to take glutathione supplements during pregnancy? The safety of glutathione supplements during pregnancy is not determined. Consult the physician before taking the supplements.