Benadon Vitamin B6 40mg Tablet 10'S
Benadon Tablet contains Vitamin B6, which is chemically known as Pyridoxine. Scientifically pyridoxine is one of the essential vitamins involved in many different enzymatic reactions in the body. It affects the immune function, red blood cells (erythrocyte) metabolism, glucose anabolism (gluconeogenesis), formation of vitamin B3 (niacin), amino acid metabolism and hormonal regulation. The deficiency of Vitamin B6 is characterised by seborrheic dermatitis, microcytic anaemia (because of immature red blood cells), convulsions (seizures) and depression.
Benadon Tablet replenishes the depleted resources of the B6 in the body. It helps prevents vitamin B6 deficiency and helps in anaemia treatment. Also, this is used to manage homocystinuria or primary hyperoxaluria and vitamin B6 dependent seizures in pediatric patients.
- Rectifies the vitamin B6 deficiency in the body.
- It keeps your nervous system and immune system healthy.
- Benadon Tablet helps your body to utilise the energy present in the food you eat.
- It helps take care of the production of red blood cells in the body.
- It prevents vitamin B6 deficiency due to poor diet, prolonged medications and certain ailments.
Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6), 40 mg, I.P.
Benadon Tablet recommended for:
- Drug-induced vitamin B6 deficiency (like, pyridoxine deficiency occurred due to drugs such as cycloserine, isoniazid, penicillamine, oral contraceptives, etc.).
- Dietary deficiency of vitamin B6.
- Treatment of sideroblastic and microcytic anaemia.
- Treatment of nausea & vomiting induced by pregnancy.
- Used in treating pyridoxine dependent convulsions and fits in infants.
- Premenstrual syndrome treatment.
- Excess lactation suppression in combination with other drugs.
- The treatment of dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, and other inflammatory skin conditions.
How to Use
Take one tablet of 40 mg daily or as directed by a physician/doctor.
- This tablet is not recommended for use in pregnant women unless necessary or directed by the physician.
- This medicine is also not recommended for use in breastfeeding women unless required or directed by the physician. If a breastfeeding mother uses this tablet, the infant must be closely monitored for any adverse effect.
- It is not advised for use in patients with a known allergy to pyridoxine or any other inactive ingredients (excipients) present in the tablet formulation.
- In case of any allergy, please discontinue the medication and consult your doctor immediately.
- Must be used with caution in patients with a known history of neuropathy or other neurological conditions due to the increased risk of worsening of the condition of the patient.
- It is advised to consult your physician before taking this medicine with any other subsequent medication (allopathic or herbal, or natural). There is a high risk of drug-drug or drug-herb interaction.
- Read the label carefully before its use.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- Store it in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
Q1. Can it be taken with food?
Ans. It can be taken with or without food, as advised by your doctor.
Q2. Can it produce dizziness?
Ans. This medication may cause sleepiness.
Q3. Is it safe to consume alcohol with this medication?
Ans. As there is a high risk of drug interaction with this medication. It is advisable to consult your doctor.
Q4. Is this a habit-forming medicine?
Ans. No. This medication has no habit forming tendencies.
Q5. How much time does it take for this medicine to take effect?
Ans. The duration has not been clinically established.
Q6. How long do the effects of this medicine last?
Ans. Not clinically established.