Aprotic Syrup 200 Ml
Choline is used to relieve pain and discomfort in the mouth caused by ulcers, sores or dentures or braces. It is used to relieve pain, swelling, and stiffness caused by arthritis or shoulder problems. 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, it is used to treat running nose, watery eyes, itching nose, sneezing, and hives.
How does the drug work ?
The drug choline belongs to a class of medications called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Choline salicylate acts by inhibiting the formation and release of a chemical known as prostaglandins which cause pain and swelling in the body. Cyproheptadine is an antihistamine that blocks the binding of histamine to its receptors and restricts the action of histamine that causes allergic reactions.
What are the common side effects ?Choline side effects include blood vomiting, black and bloody stools, tarry stools, diarrhea, constipation, drowsiness, dizziness, headache, hearing loss, heartburn, ringing in the ear, stomach pain, and vomiting. 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.
Important Information for Safe Use:
• Avoid Aprotic medicine, if allergic to Aprotic medicine or any of the ingredients in it.
• Avoid intake of alcohol when using Aprotic medicine.
• Avoid Aprotic medication during pregnancy and breast feeding.
• Avoid driving or operating heavy machinery when using Aprotic medicine as it causes drowsiness.
• Avoid Aprotic medicine if medicines like antihistamines or monoamine oxidase inhibitors are used.
• Take medical consultation before using Aprotic medicine in case of kidney and liver damage.
1. Is it safe to drive while using choline? Choline may cause dizziness and drowsiness. Avoid activities such as driving while on this medication.
2. I coughed out coffee ground sputum while on choline medication, what does this indicate? Coughing out coffee ground colored sputum indicates bleeding in the throat which is the side effect of the medication.
3. Is choline similar to aspirin? Yes. Both the drugs belong to the same class known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents.
4. Is it safe to apply choline during pregnancy? There is no known evidence proving that use of choline may harm the foetus. However, consult your doctor before using any medication during pregnancy.
5. What could be the reason for tarry stools in the patients taking choline medication? Stomach bleeding due to choline may result in tarry stools, which is a side effect of the drug. Cyproheptadine:
1. Which drugs are contraindicated with cyproheptadine? Co-administration of antihistamines or monoamine-oxidase inhibitors with cyproheptadine is contrainidcated as these drugs may have drug-drug interactions.
2. What is the specific dosage for cyproheptadine tablets? The dosage of cyproheptadine is 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 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 patients should not take cyproheptadine if they are allergic to medicines, and any foods. It is avoided if you have taken MOA inhibitor in last 14 days.