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Buprigesic Injection 1ml

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Buprigesic 0.3 MG Description

Buprigesic Inj 1ml relieves moderate to severe pain and opioid dependency (including heroin and narcotic painkillers) in people who are simultaneously getting medical, social, and psychiatric treatme

nt. Children under 16 should not use this medication. Buprigesic Inj 1ml belongs to opiate partial agonists. It works by generating comparable effects to opioid medicines to avoid withdrawal effects, including irritability, stomach cramps, or sleepiness when someone stops using them. A healthcare practitioner usually administers Buprigesic Inj 1ml. Do not self-administer Buprigesic Inj 1 ml at home. It will work best to keep taking the prescription until your doctor advises you to discontinue. The cause you're taking it and how it relieves your symptoms will determine the quantity and duration. If your symptoms of weakness, vomiting, or headaches prolong or worsen, you should contact your doctor. Your doctor is likely to advise you on avoiding or lessening the symptoms. Likewise, you should tell your doctor before using it if you have any lung difficulties, heart, liver, or renal problems. Also, notify your medical advisor about all other medications you're taking since they may interact with this one. If you're taking this prescription for a long time, your doctor may want to check your kidney function, liver function, and blood component levels frequently.


Product Summary

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ContainsBuprenorphine(0.3 Mg)
UsesModerate to severe pain and opioid dependence
Side effectsWeakness, dizziness, anxiety, withdrawal syndrome, nervousness, headache, diarrhoea, nausea, abdominal pain
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Uses of Buprigesic 0.3 MG

  • As per the CDSCO, Buprigesic Inj 1ml treats moderate to severe pain and opioid dependence.

Contraindications of Buprigesic 0.3 MG

  • If you are allergic to Buprigesic Inj 1ml components.
  • If you have any respiratory depression.
  • If you are receiving monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAO).
  • If you have myasthenia gravis and if you possess hypersensitivity.

Side effects of Buprigesic 0.3 MG

  • Weakness
  • Dizziness
  • Anxiety
  • Withdrawal syndrome
  • Nervousness
  • Headache
  • Diarrhoea
  • Nausea
  • Abdominal pain

Precautions and Warnings of Buprigesic 0.3 MG



Can I take Buprigesic Inj 1ml during pregnancy?
Buprigesic Inj 1ml is harmful to a pregnant woman. Animal research shows an adverse effect on the growing foetus, despite human studies. The doctor might review the advantages and possible hazards when giving them to you. Please seek professional care.

Breast Feeding

Can I take Buprigesic Inj 1ml while breastfeeding?
Consuming Buprigesic Inj 1ml when nursing is probably not a good idea. Human research shows that the Buprigesic Inj 1ml might transfer into breast milk and harm the newborn.


Can I drive if I have taken Buprigesic Inj 1ml?
Buprigesic Inj 1ml can make you drowsy and dizzy by lowering your alertness, affecting your eyesight, or making you sleepy and dizzy. If you have any such symptoms, you should not drive.


Can I consume alcohol with Buprigesic Inj 1ml?
It is not safe to drink alcohol while taking Buprigesic Inj 1ml

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • You have trouble breathing before you stop taking medicine.
  • You experience severe withdrawal symptoms like dizziness and stomach pains after quitting use of Buprigesic Inj 1ml.
  • You have used Buprigesic Inj 1ml for an extended period since it might cause mental or physical dependency.
  • You have a history of ileus or constipation, eye diseases, hyperthyroidism, kidney disorders, prostatic hypertrophy, CNS depression, urinary stricture.

Mode of Action of Buprigesic 0.3 MG

How Does It Work?

Buprigesic Inj 1ml is an opioid pain reliever that relieves pain by changing how your body experiences and reacts to pain by acting on specific receptors in the brain. It works by generating comparabl...
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Directions for Use of Buprigesic 0.3 MG

  • Buprigesic Inj 1ml is a solution or liquid injected beneath the skin into the stomach area by a healthcare professional.
  • You can take it once a month, with a minimum of 26 days between doses.
  • You may detect a hump at the injection area for many weeks after receiving a dosage of Buprigesic Inj 1ml, but it should reduce with time. Do not rub the injection area.
  • Also, ensure your belt or waistline does not increase pressure on the injection site.
  • While taking Buprigesic Inj 1ml, be sure to let your doctor know how you're feeling.

Interactions of Buprigesic 0.3 MG

Interactions with other medicines

  • There is an interaction between Buprigesic Inj 1ml and the following medicines. Their interaction might lead to nervousness, nausea, or abdominal pain. The medicines are:
  • Benzodiazepines including Diazepam
  • Painkillers such as Pentazocine, Dihydrocodeine
  • Antidepressants like Moclobemide, Citalopram
  • Antihistamine including Promethazine, Chlorphenamine
  • Anti-anxiety medicines such as Alprazolam

Interactions with food items

  • There is no interaction between Buprigesic Inj 1ml and food. However, consult your healthcare practitioner before taking Buprigesic Inj 1ml.

Storage and disposal of Buprigesic 0.3 MG

Keep Buprigesic Inj 1ml in its original container. Do not self administer. Dispose of Buprigesic Inj 1ml with other medical waste.

Dosage of Buprigesic 0.3 MG


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Missed a Dose

If you miss a Buprigesic Inj 1ml dosage, contact your medical professional to obtain the missed dose. Then, get the following amount at least 26 days after the previous one.

Content Details


Dr. Jagruti Jain

M.B.B.S., M.D., D.N.B., General Medicine

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Q: How is Buprigesic Inj 1ml Injection taken?

A: Never inject Buprigesic Inj 1ml Injection into a vein. It should only be put into the skin. Buprigesic Inj 1ml injected into a vein or muscle can cause skin and underlying tissues injury and a potentially deadly blood clot.

Q: Is it true that Buprigesic Inj 1ml affects fertility?

A: Chronic opioid usage has decreased fertility (the capacity to bear children) in women and men of reproductive age. It's unclear if these fertility consequences are reversible. If you believe you might want to have a baby in the future, seek medical advice before beginning therapy with Buprigesic Inj 1ml Injection.

Q: How long does Buprigesic Inj 1ml Injection have an analgesic effect?

A: The analgesic effect of Buprigesic Inj 1ml Injection typically lasts for six hours on average, although this might differ from individual to individual.
Last Updated on: 03 Mar 2022 | 11:44 AM (IST)
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