Clotas Eh Tab
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Clotas eh tab is a clonazepam-containing medication. It treats epilepsy, a neurological illness characterised by abnormal brain activity. It's also used to treat panic disorders, such as sudden, intense fear and tension caused by stress. Clotas eh tab works by enhancing the activity of chemical messengers in the brain and nerves, which helps to relax them. Clotas' tab has frequent adverse effects, including fatigue, depression, memory loss, disorientation, and dizziness. Don’t use Clotas Eh Tab if you are allergic to it. The child's weight and age decide the dosage of Clotas eh pill. Clotas eh tab can be taken with or without food. Your medical condition will determine Clotas eh tab dosage and duration. Follow your doctor's instructions completely because clonazepam has habit-forming potential. Take no more than the recommended dose. Stopping Clotas eh tab suddenly can produce withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, impaired vision, and other issues....
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Uses of Clotas Eh Tab
- According to the CDSCO, it treats patients who have co-morbid depression and anxiety.
Contraindications of Clotas Eh Tab
- If you have a known allergy.
- If you are on Monoamine oxidase inhibitors.
- If you are on Pimozide.
- If you have an increased risk of cardiac rhythm abnormalities.
- If you have liver disease.
- If you have acute angle Glaucoma.
Side effects of Clotas Eh Tab
- Uncoordinated Body Movements
- Memory Impairment
- Decreased Libido
Precautions and Warnings of Clotas Eh Tab
Can I take Clotas eh tab during pregnancy?
Clonazepam shouldn’t be used during pregnancy unless your healthcare professional recommends it or seems necessary. Clonazepam has the potential to harm the foetus.
Can I take Clotas eh tab while breastfeeding?
Clotas eh tab should not be taken while breastfeeding. The medicine may transfer into breastmilk and harm the newborn, according to limited human research.
Can I drive if I have taken Clotas eh tab?
Clonazepam may cause tiredness, disorientation, dizziness, and muscle pains. Thus, engaging in tasks that demand high mental awareness is not recommended when taking this medicine. As a result, you should avoid driving while taking this medicine.
Can I consume alcohol with the Clotas eh tab?
Consumption of alcohol isn’t recommended during treatment with this medicine due to the increased risk of serious adverse effects. These side effects might include dizziness, drowsiness, difficulty concentrating, breathing difficulties, etc.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- You are a child.
- You have diabetes.
- You encounter abnormal bleeding.
- Your kidney function has been impaired.
- You get suicidal thoughts.
- You have a history of substance abuse.
- Your salivation has increased.
- You experience withdrawal symptoms.
Mode of Action of Clotas Eh Tab
How Does It Work?
Clotas eh tab combines two medicines: clonazepam and escitalopram, both of which reduce anxiety and improve mood. Clonazepam is a benzodiazepine (BZD) that enhances the function of GABA, a chemical messenger that inhibits aberrant nerve cell activity in the brain. Escitalopram improves mood by increasing serotonin levels, a chemical messenger....
Directions for Use of Clotas Eh Tab
- Follow your doctor's directions for this medication's dosage and duration.
- Take entire tablet all in at once.
- It shouldn’t be chewed, crushed, or broken.
- Clotas Eh Tablets can be taken with/without meals, although it is preferable if they are taken at the same time each day.
Interactions of Clotas Eh Tab
Interactions with other medicines
- It isn’t recommended that you take this medication with Atenolol or Codeine. Carbamazepine, rifampin, and rifabutin may increase clonazepam metabolism and reduce its therapeutic impact; use an alternative sedative/hypnotic medicine instead....
Storage and disposal of Clotas Eh Tab
Keep tablet in a cool dry place stored at room temperature (15-30°C) in the original package provided by the health care professional. Keep Clotas Eh Tab away from children and pets. Keep this medicine out of children's reach and sight....
Dosage of Clotas Eh Tab
If you overdose, you'll probably encounter symptoms like confusion, drowsiness, and fainting. In case of an overdose, seek medical help immediately.
Missed a Dose
Take Clotas eh tab as soon as possible if you miss a dose. If your next dose is nearing, however, skip the missed dose and resume your regular schedule. Do not take two doses.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Is Clotas Eh Tab habit forming?
A: In many patient situations, it was discovered that long-term use of Clotas Eh Tab had resulted in habit-forming tendencies.
Q: How long does the impact of Clotas Eh Tab last?
A: Clonazepam's effects continue for around six to eight hours in adults and twelve hours in children and babies.
Q: When my symptoms have subsided, may I stop using Clotas eh tab?
A: Even if you feel OK, you should not stop using Clotas eh tab. Continue to take your medication as directed. Your doctor may gradually reduce your dose if your symptoms improve.
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