Pamaspas tablet is used to relieve menstruation-related discomforting symptoms like pain, cramps, abdominal dullness, bloating and fever. It contains three active ingredients - paracetamol, pamabrom and dicyclomine. Avoid using this medicine if you are allergic to it, have any kidney or blood diseases, a history of fits. This medicine should be taken as instructed by the doctor. Take it in the correct doses and for the exact duration as prescribed. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding and about all the medicines and supplements you take and all the conditions or diseases you suffer from, before starting this medicine....
Q: What is the use of the Pamaspas tablet?
A: Pamaspas tablet is used to treat menstrual symptoms like bloating, swelling, feelings of fullness and other signs of water weight gain like dullness. It also relieves the pain and aches related to periods and abdominal muscle spasm and cramp related to menstruation.
Q: How does the Pamaspas tablet work?
A: Pamaspas tablet contains three main components - paracetamol, pamabrom and dicyclomine. Dicycloverine blocks the effects of certain chemicals and relaxes the muscles of the abdomen. Pamabrom is a diuretic medicine that increases urine production and removes excess water from the body and relieves menstrual symptoms like swelling, fullness, bloating, water-weight gain. Paracetamol blocks the effect of some chemicals in the brain, which are responsible for pain and fever.
The combined action of these ingredients provides symptomatic relief in menstruation-related discomforting symptoms.
Q: Can I take other medicines with the Pamaspas tablet?
A: Tell your doctor about any of the other medicines you are taking which includes medicine without prescription and herbal medicines as well, as these medicines may alter the effectiveness of the Pamaspas tablet or increase the chances of side effects.
Q: When to stop the Pamaspas tablet?
A: Stop taking this medicine if you experience any abnormal symptoms during the course of the treatment. Do not stop taking this medicine by yourself as it may increase the chances of symptoms coming back.
Q: Can I use the Pamaspas tablet if I am planning to have a baby?
A: This medicine may pass into the foetal circulation and adversely affect the baby, thus it is advisable to take a doctor's advice before using this medicine if you are pregnant or planning to have a baby.