Enuff Capsule contains racecadotril. It is a medicine used for the treatment of sudden diarrhoea which lasts for less than 2 weeks (acute diarrhoea). It acts on the gastrointestinal tract and reduces the secretions. This results in controlling diarrhoea. This medicine is not meant to be used for diarrhoea associated with antibiotic use. Enuff Capsule should not be used for more than 7 days. If diarrhoea persists for more than 7 days, consult your doctor....
Q: Any precautions do I need to take during the treatment with Enuff Capsule?
A: Yes, you need to tell your doctor if you experience persistent diarrhoea or vomiting, you notice pus or blood in your stool.
Q: Can we take Enuff Capsule in an empty stomach?
A: Yes, you can but it should preferably be taken after your main meal in the day to avoid multiple motions.
Q: Can Enuff Capsule be given for the treatment of infective diarrhoea?
A: Yes, acute diarrhoea usually occurs due to microbial infection in the gastrointestinal tract. However, it does not help in preventing such infections and it is not effective against antibiotic-associated diarrhoea.
Q: Can we take Enuff Capsule with medication used for IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome)?
A: There is no known interaction between Enuff Capsule and IBS medicines. However, you should discuss this with the doctor before the simultaneous use of these two medicines.
Q: Is Enuff Capsule safe for the liver?
A: It does not affect the function of the liver in a healthy individual but in patients with liver function, it should be used with caution.
This should never be used in children with liver function problem irrespective of the degree of severity.