Lasma Ab Tablet is used to treat blockage, swelling and irritation associated with bronchial asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cure symptoms of allergic rhinitis such as a runny nose, sneezing, red, itchy, and watery eyes. It contains a combination of montelukast and acebrophylline. Lasma Ab Tablet works by relaxing the muscles of the air passages, widening and making breathing easier. It should not be used in children below 18 years of age. Inform the doctor if you have any medical condition and are on any medication. You may feel sleepy, dizzy, nauseous, vomiting and stomach pain after consuming Lasma Ab Tablet. If these symptoms do not resolve or worsen, consult the doctor....
Q: Can I stop taking Lasma Ab Tablet if I feel better?
A: Do not stop taking Lasma Ab Tablet until and unless the doctor advises you. If you stop taking the medicine, it can lead to serious breathing problem which can be very dangerous. The doctor will gradually decrease the dose as per need.
Q: Can I take an additional dose of Lasma Ab Tablet during a sudden asthma attack?
A: No, Lasma Ab Tablet should not be used for sudden (acute) asthma attacks as it takes time to act, and it does not relieve your obstructive symptoms immediately. You must use an asthma inhaler for such emergencies. Reach out to the doctor immediately.
Q: Is Lasma Ab Tablet a steroid medicine?
A: No, Lasma Ab Tablet is not a steroid medicine. It belongs to the anti-allergic class of medicine.
Q: Is Lasma Ab Tablet safe to use in elderly people?
A: No, it should not be given without consulting the doctor. Elderly people are more prone to suffer from certain medical conditions. Lasma Ab Tablet needs to be given cautiously in them. Hence, consulting the doctor is necessary before you start this medicine.