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Clotas Md 0.25mg Tablets

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Clotas 0.25 MG Description

Clotas Tablet is therapeutically classified as an antiepileptic medicine with clonazepam as its active ingredient. It is prescribed to treat epileptic seizures, panic disorders and severe anxiety.

GABA (gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) is a chemical messenger that produces a feeling of calmness. Sometimes sudden chemical changes occur that reduce GABA below normal and increase the brain's electrical activity, causing fits called epileptic seizures. Clonazepam, the active ingredient in Clotas Tablet, increases the level of GABA, calms the brain and body, and relieves anxiety, panic, and epileptic seizures. Clotas Tablet should be taken as prescribed by your doctor. The duration and dose of taking Clotas Tablet vary depending on the patient’s condition and age. Clotas Tablet has a habit-forming potential and may cause physical dependence and hence should not be stopped suddenly without consulting your doctor. This medicine may cause minor to serious side effects. It is advised to consult your doctor before starting treatment with Clotas Tablet and get complete information on its potential side effects and benefits.


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ContainsClonazepam(0.25 Mg)
UsesEpilepsy, Anxiety Disorder, Panic Attacks
Side effectsDrowsiness, dizziness, increased salivary secretion, frequent urination, changes in sexual drive, blurred vision
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Uses of Clotas 0.25 MG

  • Generalised anxiety disorder (excessive thoughts that are difficult to control)
  • Panic attacks (all symptoms similar to that of a heart attack)
  • Epileptic seizures or epilepsy (sudden jerky movements and rigidity of muscles)

Contraindications of Clotas 0.25 MG

  • If you’ve a known allergy to any of the ingredients present in the medicine.
  • If you have a history of glaucoma.
  • If you have or had been diagnosed with severe liver disease.

Side effects of Clotas 0.25 MG

  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness
  • Increased secretion of saliva
  • Frequent urination
  • Pain in muscles and joints
  • Problem in thinking, remembering and coordination

Precautions and Warnings of Clotas 0.25 MG



Can I take Clotas Tablet during pregnancy?
No, Clotas Tablet is not safe to be taken during pregnancy as it is known to cause harm to the developing foetus. However, if you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy while taking Clotas Tablet, consult your doctor immediately

Breast Feeding

Can I take Clotas Tablet while breastfeeding?
Avoid taking Clotas Tablet while breastfeeding as it is found to be excreted in breast milk. It is advised to consult your doctor before starting any medication. If you notice your child sleeping more than usual or is facing any breathing difficulty or cannot suckle, immediately consult your doctor


Can I drive if I have taken Clotas Tablet?
No, it is not safe to drive when taking Clotas Tablet as it is known to cause mental and physical impairment. It may induce sleepiness, dizziness, confusion and impair your ability to think and concentrate, and hence not recommended to drive a vehicle when under this medication.


Can I consume alcohol with the Clotas Tablet?
No, alcohol must be avoided with Clotas Tablet as it induces sleepiness and may develop side effects that can be life-threatening.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • You are pregnant, are planning a pregnancy, or you conceive during the course of medication.
  • You develop self-harming or suicidal thoughts after taking Clotas Tablet. Caretakers should be vigilant of any such changes in behaviour.
  • You experience symptoms that persist or become worse in time.
  • You experience unusual ringing in the ears, problems falling asleep, tingling sensations in your hands and feet, or any discomfort that does not go away, immediately consult your doctor or the nearest...
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Mode of Action of Clotas 0.25 MG

How Does It Work?

Clotas Tablet contains clonazepam as an active ingredient. Clonazepam is a benzodiazepine or tranquilliser. It acts by increasing the level of a relaxing chemical called GABA(gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) ...
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Directions for Use of Clotas 0.25 MG

  • Clotas Tablet must be taken as per the doctor’s prescription.
  • Clotas Tablet can be taken with or without food.
  • Make sure to swallow the Clotas Tablet as a whole and do not chew, crush or break it.
  • Clotas Tablet must be taken at the same time as per prescription to ensure better efficacy and benefits.

Interactions of Clotas 0.25 MG

Interactions with other medicines

  • Speak to your doctor about all the medications you are currently taking before starting Clotas Tablet.
  • Anti Anxiety medicines, such as diazepam and alprazolam; antiparkinson medicines, like levodopa, may increase the risk of adverse effects with Clotas Tablet.
  • CNS Depressant medicines may cause excessive sleepiness and lead to coma when taken with Clotas Tablet.
  • Anti-HIV medicines, such as ritonavir; acidity medicines, such as cimetidine; anti-tuberculosis medicines, such as rifampicin, may increase the amount of this medicine in the blood and cause overdose ...
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  • Anti-asthmatics, such as theophylline, when taken with Clotas Tablet, may become ineffective and not provide comprehensive benefit.

Interactions with food items

  • Avoid having grapefruit or its juice with Clotas Tablet as it can lead to increase in levels of Clotas Md Tab in blood and cause symptoms of overdose of this medicine.

Storage and disposal of Clotas 0.25 MG

Clotas Tablet must be stored in a dry place, away from sunlight, at room temperature, away from the reach of children. It must be disposed of so that it is out of reach of children and cannot be consu...
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Dosage of Clotas 0.25 MG


Symptoms of an overdose of Clotas Tablet can include increased confusion, drowsiness and even coma. If you happen to take too much of the Clotas Tablet, reach out to your doctor or the nearest hosp...
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Missed a Dose

Clotas Tablet must be taken as prescribed by your doctor. If you have missed a dose of Clotas Tablet, take it immediately when you remember it. However, you should skip the missed dose if enough ti...
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Dr. Vijay Y

MBBS, MD in Clinical Pharmacology

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Q: Can I stop taking Clotas Tablet suddenly?

A: No, you should not stop taking Clotas Tablet suddenly without consulting your doctor. It may cause withdrawal symptoms like mood changes, depression, anxiety, disturbed sleep, confusion, sweating and new or worsening of the existing seizure.

Q: Can I give Clotas Tablets to children?

A: No, the efficacy and safety of clotas tablets has not been established in children, and therefore you must not give this medicine to children.

Q: What other precautions should I take while taking Clotas Tablets?

A: If you are taking clotas tablets and need dental surgery or any dental treatment, talk to your doctor about it. Your dentist must know that you take clotas tablets to avoid prescribing any interaction and adverse effects.
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Last Updated on: 25 Feb 2022 | 10:20 AM (IST)
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