Maxi Tablet is used to provide relief from pain and inflammation of joints, bones, post-surgery and menstrual cycle. This medicine also reduces abdominal cramps during menses. Maxi Tablet contains mefenamic acid as its active ingredient. It is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) medicine. Take this medicine as advised by your doctor....
Q: Is this medicine addictive?
A: No, this medicine is not addictive.
Q: Can Maxi Tablet be taken for fever?
A: No, this is a pain killer medicine and used to relieve mild to moderate pain.
Q: What is Maxi Tablet used for?
A: It is used to relieve mild to moderate pain in adults. Maxi Tablet is used for tooth pain, pain due to sports injury, muscle pain, back pain, migraine & pain and cramps associated with periods.
Q: Can I take Maxi Tablet on empty stomach?
A: No, you should take this medicine preferably after meals to avoid any stomach discomforts.
Q: Can Maxi Tablet relieve my toothache?
A: Maxi Tablet can be used for toothache if prescribed by your doctor. Do not self-medicate.
Q: Does Maxi Tablet make me sleepy?
A: Yes, Maxi Tablet may cause sleepiness, make you feel dizzy and weak. Avoid driving or performing activities that require mental alertness
Q: Does Maxi Tablet stop the menstrual bleeding?
A: Maxi Tablet is a pain killer, and it has no role in menstrual bleeding. It is essentially helpful in relieving pain and cramps during the menstrual cycle. It functions by blocking the production of a substance prostaglandin which is responsible for generating pain, swelling and inflammation.