Colospa X Tablet
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The Colospa X Tablet is an antispasmodic medication used to treat stomach aches and bloating in people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). IBS is a widely prevalent cluster of digestive symptoms mainly affecting the intestine. Colospa X tablet treats IBS, gas, swelling, abdominal cramps, changes in bowel habits, large and small intestinal contraction and intestine pain, sleeplessness, anxiety, alcohol withdrawal symptoms, and other problems. Lifestyle changes such as eating a fibre-rich diet, avoiding items that cause symptoms, boosting fluid consumption, and exercising will help you achieve better outcomes. You should inform your doctor if you have kidney or liver illness, are pregnant, expect a pregnancy, or are nursing. Patients under the age of eighteen must avoid the Colospa X tablet intake. If you are allergic to mebeverine or are nursing, do not use it. Take Colospa X pills with plenty of water. If side effects appear or your condition does not improve, contact your doctor right away....
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|Contains||Mebeverine(135.0 Mg),Chlordiazepoxide(5.0 Mg)|
|Uses||In Irritable bowel syndrome|
|Side effects||Sleepiness, confusion, fatigue, drowsiness, abnormal voluntary motions, uncoordinated bodily motions, and slurred speech|
|Classification||DRUGS FOR IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME|
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Uses of Colospa X Tablet
- Irritable bowel syndrome
Contraindications of Colospa X Tablet
- Colospa X Tablet hypersensitivity is a contraindication.
- Strictly avoid the Colospa X tablet if you have any of the following conditions:
- Paralytic ileus
- Extreme sensitivity
- Children under the age of two
Side effects of Colospa X Tablet
- Voluntary motions that are abnormal
- Uncoordinated bodily motions
- Slurred speech
Precautions and Warnings of Colospa X Tablet
Can I take the Colospa X Tablet during pregnancy?
Pregnant women should not use this Colospa X tablet unless absolutely necessary. Before using this prescription drug, talk to your doctor about all the dangers and benefits involved.
Can I take the Colospa X Tablet while breastfeeding?
Breastfeeding mothers should avoid using Colospa X tablets since there is a greater chance of adverse effects on the baby. Before taking any prescription drug, you should talk to your doctor about its potential advantages and risks.
Can I drive if I have taken the Colospa X Tablet?
There is no known interaction between the Colospa X medicine and driving. As a result, no dosage adjustment is required, not affecting driving abilities. However, occasionally, a Colospa X tablet could make you tired or affect your focus, which might limit your ability to drive.
Can I consume alcohol with the Colospa X Tablet?
Avoid drinking alcohol while taking the Colospa X tablet since it may cause drowsiness. Before drinking alcohol while taking a Colospa X tablet, discuss with your doctor. Drinking alcohol while using the Colospa X tablet is generally not recommended.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- Consult with your healthcare practitioner about your allergies, pre-existing illnesses, and current health problems, including pregnancy or planned surgery, before taking the Colospa X tablet.
- You may be more vulnerable to the drug's adverse effects if you have some medical conditions. If your problems become worse, contact your doctor.
- Who should not take Colospa X:
- Children under eighteen
- Users of sedatives (particularly dangerous)
- Those experiencing agitation or other unexpected mood changes
- Those using machinery or driving a car
- Elderly patients
- People with liver or kidney conditions
- Lactating mothers
Mode of Action of Colospa X Tablet
How Does It Work?
Mebeverine and chlordiazepoxide are two primary ingredients in Colospa X Tablet. Chlordiazepoxide acts by stabilising the brain cells and thereby lowering their excitability. It works by enhancing GABA activity, a chemical messenger that regulates irregular and hyperactive nerve cell activity in the brain. Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms, including contractions, soreness, cramps, and others, are relieved by mebeverine, which relaxes the muscles in the gut walls. It works by enhancing GABA activity, a chemical messenger that regulates irregular and hyperactive nerve cell activity in the brain....
Directions for Use of Colospa X Tablet
- Follow your doctor's instructions on the dosage and course of this medication.
- Take it all in at once. It should not be bitten, smashed, or broken.
- Take Colospa X Tablet either on an empty stomach or with food in the morning.
Interactions of Colospa X Tablet
Interactions with other medicines
- Speak to your doctor about all of your medications, including prescription, homoeopathic, or over medications. Other drugs that may impact when Colospa X tablet works are
Interactions with food items
- Colospa X Tablet and food have a favourable interaction.
- You can take the Colospa X Tablet with or without meals since it's safe.
- Caffeine may raise your risk of adverse effects or decrease the effectiveness of your medication.
Storage and disposal of Colospa X Tablet
Keep the Colospa X tablets below 30°C. To protect it from wetness, keep it in its original packaging. Store in a cold, dry location away from direct sunlight.
Dosage of Colospa X Tablet
Symptoms of hypersensitivity to this drug are: wheezing, chest pains, fever, irritation, terrible cough, convulsions, muscular cramps, exhaustion, or swelling of the tongue, face, lips, or throat, blue or grey skin tone, are signs of severe medication response. If you experience any of these, you may be allergic to the drug. Overdose symptoms include a significant shift in the equilibrium, changes in your ability to think clearly and logically, feeling exhausted or lazy, and the appearance of a rash. If you suspect you've taken too much of this drug, call your doctor or go to the nearest hospital right away....
Missed a Dose
If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you realise it. If your next dose is approaching, omit the missed dose, and return to your regular dosing plan. Do not take an additional quantity to make up for the missed dose. If you forget to take your medication, suggest setting the alarm or asking a family member to remind you. If you have skipped multiple doses recently, please visit your doctor about modifying your dosage plan or creating a new method to make up....
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can Colospa X tablet cause drowsiness or sleepiness?
A: Yes, Colospa X pills may cause drowsiness or sleepiness. Avoid driving, using machinery, working at heights, or engaging in other potentially harmful activities at the beginning of your therapy. Tell the doctor if you experience these symptoms while taking this medication.
Q: What are the precautions I should take when consuming the Colospa X tablet?
A: Do not use Colospa X tablets with opioid-like drugs as it includes chlordiazepoxide. Excessive sedation (state of sleep or calm) from opioids combined with chlordiazepoxide can lead to respiratory depression, coma, or death. Tell the doctor about your medications if they prescribe the Colospa X tablet.
Q: Is it possible for Colospa X tablets to produce symptoms of withdrawal?
A: Yes, withdrawal symptoms from the Colospa X tablet are possible. However, do not abruptly stop using the Colospa X tablet. Shaking, stomach and muscular cramps, vomiting, and sweating may occur if you suddenly stop using the Colospa X tablet. Before you discontinue taking the Colospa X tablet, talk to your doctor.
Q: Is it safe to take the Colospa X tablet?
A: Yes, with the doctor's supervision, the Colospa X tablet is appropriate to use. It may, however, cause adverse responses in certain people. Before beginning treatment with this drug, tell your doctor about all other medications you're taking.
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