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B 29 Tablet 10

B 29 Tablet 10

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    Uses :

    Benfotiamine Benfotiamine is a derivative of vitamin B1 (i.e. thiamine) which is used to treat vitamin B1 deficiency. It corrects metabolic disorders such as Leigh's disease, maple syrup urine, etc. Benfotiamine is also given for the treatment of Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome, a brain disorder. Alpha-lipoic acid Alpha-lipoic acid is an antioxidant used as an effective aid for weight loss, treating diabetic nerve pain, healing wounds, lowering blood sugar, and improving skin discoloration. Additionally, it is also used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer's disease, and nerve problems. It is also used to treat symptoms of eye related diseases. Methylcobalamin Methylcobalamin is a form of vitamin B12 which is used to treat vitamin B12 deficiency. It is also used in the treatment of pernicious anemia. Vitamin B12 deficiency is seen in patients with fish tapeworm infestation, a malignancy of pancreas or bowel and folic acid deficiency. Inositol Inositol is an isomer of glucose but is considered as vitamin B. It is used for the treatment and management of diabetic nerve pain and panic disorder. It reduces high cholesterol levels and also prevents insomnia. It reduces the symptoms of depression, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It promotes hair growth. It decreases the symptoms of psoriasis, a skin disorder. It is used to reverse the side effects of lithium. Vitamin D3 Vitamin D3 is used for the treatment of bone disorders such as rickets, osteoporosis, osteomalacia, treatment of hypoparathyroidism, and other conditions where vitamin D3 is deficient which include celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, and liver problems. Folic acid Folic acid is a form of vitamin B which is obtained usually from the fruits and vegetables. It helps to prevent changes in the DNA that can lead to cancer. Folic acid, as a medicine is used to treat folic acid deficiency in the human body. It is used in the treatment of anemia of certain types (i.e. lack of red blood cells). In combination with other drugs, it is used to treat pernicious anemia (i.e. a severe form of anemia). Biotin Biotin is prescribed for the treatment and prevention of biotin deficiency. It is used for the treatment and prevention of hair loss. It is prescribed to improve the thickness of finger and toe nails in the patients having brittle nails. It alleviates nerve pain the diabetic patients. Biotin reduces the levels of blood sugar levels when taken in combination with chromium.

    Mode of drug action


    Benfotiamine Benfotiamine acts by combining with an energy molecule called adenosine triphosphate (ATP). This forms a coenzyme required for the metabolism of carbohydrates, thus, producing necessary products for the body. Alpha-lipoic acid Alpha-lipoic acid prevents cell damage and restores vitamin levels such as vitamin E, and vitamin C. It also improves the conduction and functioning of neurons in diabetes. Methylcobalamin Methylcobalamin plays an important role in the cell growth, cell reproduction, hematopoiesis, and myelin synthesis (in the nerves). It works in conjugation with folic acid and enhances the synthesis of DNA. Methylcobalamin maintains the functions of bone marrow and enhances the production of red blood cells. It is also required for the metabolism of carbohydrate, fat, and protein. Deficiency of Methylcobalamin can decrease the metabolism of folic acid and can lead to folic acid deficiency. Inositol Inositol maintains neurohormonal balance and reduces the symptoms of neurological disorders. Vitamin D3 Vitamin D3 regulates calcium and phosphorus absorption, bone mineralization, and vitamin A assimilation. In the body, vitamin D3 is converted into its active form calcitriol. Calcitriol acts by increasing the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, bone resorption, and renal tubular reabsorption of calcium. It also promotes intestinal absorption of calcium. Thus, calcitriol increases the levels of serum calcium. Folic acid Folic acid gets converted to tetrahydrofolate in the human body. Tetrahydrofolate helps in the normal production of red blood cells, amino acids, DNA components and other molecules. Iron supplements also may benefit people with depression, fatigue, and Crohn’s disease (of the intestine). Biotin Biotin is a water soluble vitamin. It is also known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H. Biotin is a cofactor plays a role in several enzymatic reactions such as carboxylation, formation of acetyl co A etc. Biotin plays an important role in the catalysis of metabolic reactions such as biosynthesis of fatty acids. It decreases the serum triglycerides and vLDL and reduces the risk of heart attack. Biotin also plays a role in the gluconeogenesis. It converts the fat and other complex sugar molecules into glucose and produces energy. It plays a role in the amino acid catabolism and enhances the formation of protein. Biotin along with folic acid enhances the fetus growth in the uterus. Biotin improves growth of hair and nails. Biotin is safe to take during pregnancy as it improves fetal growth. Consult your physician before taking the medication.

    What are the common side effects?

    Benfotiamine Benfotiamine does not usually cause side effects at its normal dose. At larger doses, the possible side effects are hot flushes, tingling, shortness of breath, and bluish skin. Alpha lipoic acid The common side effects of alpha lipoic acid are headache, hunger, weakness, sweating, confusion, irritability, dizziness, fast heart rate, and feeling jittery. Methylcobalamin The common side effects of methylcobalamin are stomach pain, bleeding from the gums or nose, bluish discoloration of the lips and fingernails, chest pain, cough, decreased urine output, difficulty in breathing, eye pain, fatigue, and increased heartbeat. Inositol The side effects of inositol are nausea, tiredness, headache, and dizziness. Vitamin D3 The common side effects of Vitamin D3 include dizziness, feeling the tired and depressed mood. Folic acid The common side effects of folic acid include a metallic taste in the mouth, loss of appetite, nausea, confusion, sleep disturbance, and irritation. It can lead to serious but less common side effects such as allergic reactions. Biotin Biotin is safe and nontoxic. No major side effects are reported for biotin. Stomach upset and mild skin rash are the two most common side effect reported by the patients who were on biotin therapy.

    Warning

    Pregnancy: Safe under medical guidance Breast feeding: Safe under medical guidance Alcohol: Unsafe Kidney dysfunction: Caution required Liver dysfunction: Caution required

    Special precautions for safe use

    • Do not consume alcohol while taking B 29 medication.

    • Do not take B 29 drug as an exclusive treatment for diabetes.

    • Do not take B 29 without consulting a doctor.

    • Consult a doctor before using B 29 medication while suffering from liver disease or a thyroid disorder.

    • Avoid taking B 29 if symptoms like itching, hives, swelling or shortness of breath are observed.

    • Consult a doctor about the use of B 29 medication during pregnancy and breast feeding.

    What else should I know?

    1. Can I take benfotiamine during pregnancy? It is likely safe to take benfotiamine during pregnancy, within the prescribed dose. Ask your doctor before taking the medicine.

    2. What is the dose of benfotiamine? About 300-600 mg of benfotiamine is usually taken orally, in two separate doses.

    3. Should I take benfotiamine with food? Yes. You need to take benfotiamine with food for a better absorption of the drug.

    4. What should I do if I miss a dose of benfotiamine? Take the missed dose soon as you remember. But if it is nearly time for the next dose, skip the missed one and take the next at its regular schedule.

    5. How to store benfotiamine tablets? Store the tablets away from heat, light, and moisture, below 30 degrees Celsius. Do not use them after the expiry date. Alpha lipoic acid

    1. What are the drugs that may interact with alpha-lipoic acid? The medications such as insulin, levothyroxine, and chemotherapy drugs may interact with alpha-lipoic acid.

    2. Is alpha lipoic acid sold as herbal supplement? Yes, alpha lipoic acid is sold as herbal supplement. It has to be bought from a reliable source to reduce the risk of contamination.

    3. Does alpha lipoic acid treats vitiligo? Yes, alpha lipoic acid along with other medications can treat vitiligo.

    4. Can I gain/lose weight by alpha lipoic acid? You may lose weight by using alpha lipoic acid.

    5. What is the recommended dose for alpha lipoic acid? The dosage of alpha lipoic acid depends on the purpose you are using it. Consult your doctor before using the drug. Methylcobalamin

    1. What dietary restrictions should I follow while taking vitamin B12 supplements? You should avoid drinking alcohol while taking vitamin B12 supplements.

    2. Is it safe to give vitamin B12 supplements for children? Yes, vitamin B12 supplements are safe for children. They are prescribed for the treatment of pernicious anemia and vitamin B12 deficiency in the infants and children.

    3. Can I take vitamin B12 supplements during pregnancy? Yes, you can take vitamin B12 supplements during pregnancy as it promotes the growth of red blood cells in the mother and fetus.

    4. Should I undergo any test while taking vitamin B12 supplements? Vitamin B12 supplements may decrease potassium levels in patients with severe vitamin B12 deficiency. Inositol

    1. What dietary restrictions should I follow while taking inositol? You should avoid drinking alcohol while taking inositol.

    2. Is inositol a carbohydrate or vitamin? Inositol is a pseudo-vitamin. It is found in plants and animals. It tastes like a sweet but its sweetness is less than that of the sugar. It is mostly found in the fruits like organs and cantaloupe.

    3. Can I take inositol supplements during pregnancy? Pregnant and lactating females should not take inositol as it may show ill effects on the unborn.

    4. Can I take inositol for sleep? Yes. Inositol promotes sleep and treats insomnia.

    5. Can I take any other medications along with inositol? You must discuss with your doctor before taking any other medications. Vitamin D3

    1. Is it safe to use the drug in pregnancy? Vitamin D3 can be used in pregnancy. Before taking the drug, you must consult your doctor.

    2. Is it safe to drive while taking vitamin D3? If you experience dizziness it may not be safe to drive.

    3. Can I stop taking the drug immediately or do I need to taper? You must seek the medical advice before stopping the medication.

    4. Can vitamin D3 be used for the treatment of osteoporosis and rickets? Yes, vitamin D3 is used for treating the bone disorders such as osteoporosis and rickets. Do not use the drug without consulting your physician.

    5. What are the signs and symptoms of vitamin D3 overdose? The signs and symptoms of vitamin D3 overdose are the weakness, metallic taste in your mouth, nausea, frequent urination, and vomiting. Seek medical care if you experience any of the above symptoms. Folic acid

    1. How to take folic acid tablets? You may take folic acid tablets with or without food, and with a glass of water.

    2. How to identify if I had an overdose with folic acid? If you have taken a large dose of folic acid, it can produce symptoms such as numbness, tingling, weakness, confusion, mouth or tongue pain. Immediately seek medical help in case you notice these symptoms.

    3. What is the dose of folic acid for pregnant women? The usual dose of folic acid in pregnant women is about 800 micrograms per day taken orally or as an injection. However, talk to a doctor who will decide the appropriate dose for you.

    4. Can I take alcohol while using folic acid? It is always advisable not to drink alcohol. However, if you cannot avoid doing so, you may need a higher dose of folic acid which will be decided by your physician.

    5. What should I do if I miss taking a dose of folic acid? In case you forget taking a dose of folic acid, take it as soon as you remember. But if it almost time for your next scheduled dose, then you must skip the missed dose and take the next dose at its regular time. This helps to avoid doubling of the dose. Biotin

    1. Can I take biotin supplements during pregnancy? Yes. Biotin improves the fetal growth so; you can take biotin supplements during pregnancy. Consult your physician before taking the biotin supplements to know the right dose required for you.

    2. Does biotin helps in the re-growth of the eye lashes? Yes. Biotin improves the growth of hair and eye-lashes. You can consult your physician before taking the medication.

    3. Does biotin helps in weight loss? Biotin reduces the cholesterol levels and causes weight loss. Consult your physician to get the right dose of this medication in your weight loss regimen.

    4. Can I take any other medications along with Biotin supplements? You must discuss with your doctor before taking any other medications.

    5. Does biotin helps to control blood glucose levels? Yes. Studies have shown that biotin supplements have reduced the blood glucose levels in the diabetic patients. Consult your physician before taking biotin supplements for safe use.

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