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Ambrodil Drops composition is a liquid-based mucolytic drug used in acute and chronic respiratory tract conditions. The main constituent is ambroxol.
Uses of Ambrodil Drops
- Ambrodil Drops uses are in emphysema
- acute bronchitis
- throat inflammation
Contraindications of Ambrodil Drops
Individuals allergic to ambroxol must make the condition known to the physician to prevent any reaction. Those individuals who suffer from liver conditions and are on medication for the same are advised against this medication, as it can hamper the working of the already prescribed medicines.
Side effects of Ambrodil Drops
- Ambrodil Drops side effects are sore throat
- abdominal pain
- gastric complications
- skin rash and discomfort.
Precautions and Warnings of Ambrodil Drops
Can I take Ambrodil Drops during pregnancy?
It is not recommended for a pregnant woman to take up a prescription of ambroxol.
Can I take Ambrodil Drops while breastfeeding?
Ambroxol passes into the milk produced by the human body, which can be harmful for the baby. Hence, it is advised to continue either the medication or breastfeeding.
Can I drive if I have consumed Ambrodil Drops?
There is no known complication with driving.
Can I consume alcohol with Ambrodil Drops?
Consuming alcohol while on a prescription of ambroxol has no side effects.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- Make sure that the medicine is not expired.
- Hypersensitive individuals are not to be put on a prescription of ambroxol.
- It must be kept away from children.
Mode of Action of Ambrodil Drops
How Does It Work?
Ambroxol in Ambrodil Drops helps an individual suffering from respiratory tract conditions by decreasing the adhesion of the mucus with the bronchial wall, lung and inner section of the nose. This results in free and easy flow of the phlegm, facilitating easy breathing.
Directions for Use of Ambrodil Drops
The medicine is to be taken in a dropper as per the advised amount and instilled.
Interactions of Ambrodil Drops
Interactions with other medicines
The dosage of Ambrodil Drops may be adjusted to suit with any medicine for kidney conditions. It is advised against consuming any other syrup or medicine as a decongestant when ambroxol is already in use.
Interactions with food items
No reported complication with food products of any kind.
Other general Interactions
Individuals with liver conditions are liable to suffer from heightened side effects. The medicine is also not recommended for pregnant women, until especially necessary.
Storage and disposal of Ambrodil Drops
The medicine is advised to be stored in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight and children.
Dosage of Ambrodil Drops
- gastrointestinal complications
- fluctuating pulse rate
- lowering blood pressure
Missed a Dose
If a dose is missed, it is advised to make up for it as early as possible, but to be made sure that making up the dose does not result in a double dose or overdose.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: How many drops of Ambrodil Drops is taken in each dose?
A: The dosage of Ambrodil Drops is fixed by the doctor according to the need and severity of the condition.
Q: How long after the administration of Ambrodil Drops can a change be expected?
A: The tentative duration for the medicine to start acting on the condition after oral administration is half an hour to an hour.
Q: Why is it advised not to continue the medicine after a couple of weeks?
A: The medicine usually starts showing effects soon after it is instilled. If there is no change in condition by the end of one to two weeks, the medication is not working and continuing it may result in heightened side effects.
Q: Is it necessary to take the medication only after a meal?
A: The medicine is not bound to be taken only after eating, but it is advised so, for the salt present in the meal will make the action of the drug more effective.
Q: Can a diabetic have ambroxol prescribed?
A: Individuals who are diabetic are generally not recommended to take up decongestants. It might increase the blood glucose level.
Last Updated on: 31 Jul 2020 | 07:00 PM (IST)
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