Emin 10mg Tablet
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10 Tablet(s) in Strip
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Emin 10 MG Description
Emin tablets fall under prescription medicines used to treat allergies, sleep problems, and help with nausea due to various reasons. It contains a medicine called promethazine theoclate, which acts d
irectly on the brain to produce these actions.
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Uses of Emin 10 MG
- Allergic reactions
- Lack of sleep
- Sedation before or after surgery
- Vomiting and nausea due to surgery or anaesthesia
- Pain after surgery
Contraindications of Emin 10 MG
- Children below 2 years of age
- Hypersensitivity to promethazine or other medicines of the 'phenothiazines' category
- In comatose or unconscious patients
- In severe dizziness or drowsiness
- Along with antidepressants
- Asthma or other lower respiratory tract conditions
- Galactose intolerance or lactase deficiency or issues with glucose absorption into the body
Side effects of Emin 10 MG
- Blurred vision
- Dry mouth
- Urine retention
Precautions and Warnings of Emin 10 MG
Is taking the Emin tablet safe during pregnancy?
Emin tablets should be used when pregnant only if the benefits are far more than the risks. It should not be taken 2 weeks before delivery. Consultation with the doctor is important.
Is it okay to take Emin when I'm breastfeeding?
As is the case with many other medicines, there is a risk that promethazine may be secreted into the breast milk and cause problems in the foetus and therefore, should be avoided during breastfeeding.
Can I drive after taking the Emin tablet?
Drowsiness or feeling sleepy is a very common side effect of promethazine hence, driving should be avoided.
Can I consume alcohol after taking the Emin tablet?
Alcohol can affect the action of the medicine. It should be avoided while receiving treatment with Emin tablets.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- You are taking other medicines
- You have heart, liver or lung problems
- You have hearing issues or eye problems
- You have breathing problems when you sleep
- You have a condition called Reye's syndrome
- You drink alcohol
- You have a bladder or intestine blockage
- You suffer from seizures
Mode of Action of Emin 10 MG
How Does It Work?
The medicine promethazine acts by blocking the release of substances in the body responsible for producing allergic reactions called histamines. This is produced through action on the central nervous system. It also blocks a chemical called acetylcholine in the nervous system and aids its other actions....
Directions for Use of Emin 10 MG
- Swallow the entire tablet with water without crushing or chewing, exactly as told by the doctor
- If you do not feel better after taking it for 7 days, contact the doctor
- Do not adjust the dose by yourself
- This medicine can increase sensitivity to sunlight, therefore, sunlight exposure must be minimized
- It should not be used if the strip is broken or torn
Interactions of Emin 10 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Emin tablet may hinder the diagnosis of intestine obstruction or increased pressure in the brain by suppressing vomiting
- Emin tablet can also interfere with urine pregnancy tests to produce false positives or negatives
- Promethazine can mask the signs of ear damage when taken with medicines that increase risk of hearing damage
- Emin 10mg tablet should be stopped at least 3 days before any skin tests are needed to be done as it can inhibit the production of chemical histamine and thus, produce false-negative results
- Emin 10mg tablet can enhance the action of any sedatives, antidepressants or hypnotic medications
Storage and disposal of Emin 10 MG
Keep the tablets away from children and store below 30 degrees Celsius. They must be protected from light and kept in a cool dark place. Do not use after the expiration date.
Dosage of Emin 10 MG
If you take more tablets than prescribed, call the doctor or go to the nearest hospital immediately and carry the tablet strip with you. Serious problems may arise in case of overdose.
Missed a Dose
If you are taking it to treat allergy, take the Emin tablet as soon as you remember that you have missed a dose. But if you are taking it for sleep problems, take the next scheduled dose directly. Reach out to a doctor for more queries....
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: I am having sleep problems. Can I start taking Emin tablets?
A: This medicine should not be taken without a doctor's prescription. If you are facing any health problems, you should visit your doctor.
Q: I will have to take a blood test soon. Will Emin tablet affect the results?
A: One of the side effects of this medicine is change in the blood cells. Before giving blood for tests, tell your doctor that you are taking this medication.
Q: Is Emin tablet a painkiller too?
A: This tablet is not used as a painkiller. It should only be used as indicated by the doctor for specific purposes only.
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