Rabesec Dsr Capsule
Rabesec DSR capsule is used to treat acid reflux disease or Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). A condition where acid from the stomach flows back up to the food pipe along with the contents of the stomach. You may experience heartburn, chest pain, burning, pain and regurgitation of food or sour liquid due to irritation of the stomach as the symptoms of the said condition.
Some other capsules containing rabeprazole and domperidone are Razo D capsule, Rabekind DSR capsule, Cyra D capsule, and Rabium DSR capsule. Rabesec DSR capsule is an anti-reflux medicine. It contains rabeprazole and domperidone as its active ingredients. Rabeprazole reduces the acid secretion in the stomach, while domperidone prevents the outflow of contents of the stomach into the food pipe.
Avoid spicy and oily food while you are on this medicine. Rabesec DSR capsules should be taken at least 30 minutes before meals for the best results. Tell your doctor about any health conditions you have while he prescribes the capsule. Before using this capsule, inform the doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding and about your detailed medical history.
|You Save||₹21.96 (15% on MRP)|
|Contains||Rabeprazole(20.0 Mg) + Domperidone(30.0 Mg)|
|Side effects||Headache, diarrhoea, weakness, dry mouth|
|Therapy||ANTACID AND ANTI-EMETIC|
Uses of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
Contraindications of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
- If you are allergic to rabeprazole, domperidone or any of the ingredients of the Rabesec DSR capsule.
- If you are taking any medicines which might affect the contraction of the heart muscle (QT prolongation).
- If you are suffering from bleeding in the digestive system.
- If you are suffering from liver or kidney disorders.
- If you have serious heart problems like congestive heart failure, heart rhythm problems or an electrolyte imbalance.
- If you have any tumor of the pituitary gland (Prolactin pituitary tumours).
- If you are pregnant or are breastfeeding.
Side effects of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
- Back pain
- Stomach pain
Precautions and Warnings of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
- Rabesec DSR capsule passes into the breastmilk in small amounts. Consult your doctor if you are breastfeeding. After assessing the necessity and safety, your doctor might either change the medicine or ask you to stop breastfeeding or closely monitor the baby....
Other General Warnings
- You develop watery diarrhoea, fever after taking this medicine.
- You experience black stools.
- You have a stomach tumor.
- You have a history of fractures or have osteoporosis or taking steroids.
- You have liver and kidney disease or kidney failure.
- You have heart problems and associated symptoms like palpitations, difficulty in breathing or unconsciousness.
- You are on this medicine for more than three months. Your blood magnesium levels may drop. Your doctor may perform regular tests for the same.
- You develop skin lesions, especially in the sun-exposed area after taking this medicine.
- You are taking medicines to treat HIV.
- You have low levels of vitamin B12. This medicine is known to reduce the absorption of vitamin B12 after long term use. Supplements may be needed.
- Taking this medicine for more than one year may increase the chances of developing bone fractures.
- Rabesec DSR capsules should not be used in children below 12 years of age.
Directions for Use of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
Storage and disposal of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
- Store Rabesec DSR capsule below 25°C, protected from moisture and light.
- Keep the medicine out of the reach of children and pets.
Quick Tips of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
- Rabesec DSR capsule is used to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). GERD occurs when the stomach contents go back into the food pipe. It also helps in relieving symptoms such as heartburn, chest pain, or acidity....
- Do not exceed the recommended dose and duration of this medicine.
- Before starting Rabesec DSR capsule, inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning on becoming pregnant, or breastfeeding.
- Inform your doctor about all other medicines that you take and your complete medical history.
- Rabesec DSR should preferably be taken before meals for optimum effectiveness.
- Avoid spicy and oily/fried food because they can cause excessive acidity.
- Regular exercises like walking, cycling, or swimming can enhance circulation, lessen stress, and help you keep a healthy weight.
- Additionally, limiting alcohol use and giving up smoking are recommended for improved acid reflux treatment.
- Some people who use Rabesec DSR capsules may have nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, flatulence, dry mouth, and these other side effects. If these side effects worry you or do not go away, let your doctor know....
- If you experience sleepiness after taking these capsules, it is recommended to avoid driving, operating heavy machinery, or performing any such tasks that require mental alertness.
Dosage of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
- An overdose of the Rabesec DSR capsule can cause confusion, anxiety, fits, altered consciousness or sleepiness.
- If you think you have taken too much of this medicine, contact your doctor immediately or visit the nearest hospital.
Missed a Dose
- If you have missed taking any dose of Rabesec DSR capsule, take it as soon as you remember.
- If it's time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue with your regular dosing schedule.
- Do not take a double dose of this medicine to compensate for the missed one.
Mode of Action of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
How Does It Work?
- Rabesec DSR capsule is a combination of two active ingredients - rabeprazole and domperidone.
- Rabeprazole belongs to the class of medicines called proton pump inhibitors. The lining of the stomach secretes acid by certain processes that involve the intake of ions via a proton pump in the cells. Rabeprazole reduces the intake of the ions in the stomach cells that are necessary for the production of digestive acids in the stomach and hence leads to reduced acid production....
- Domperidone increases the motility of the stomach and intestines so that acid does not reflux back into the food pipe.
Interactions of RABESEC DSR CAPSULE
Interactions with other medicines
- There is limited information available on the interaction of this combination with other drugs. However, as this medicine contains Omeprazole and Domperidone, any interactions seen with these two components when taken alone may occur with this combination....
- Rilpivirine should never be used with this medicine.
- Never take these medicines along with it - Disopyramide, Amiodarone, medicines for mental problems haloperidol, Citalopram, antibiotics like Erythromycin, Levofloxacin, Azithromycin, antifungals like Pentamidine, Ketoconazole and other medicines like Cisapride, Dolasetron, Mequitazine, etc....
- This medicine interferes with the action of antiviral medicines like Rilpivirine, Atazanavir and Nelfinavir and antifungals like Posaconazole, Ketoconazole and Itraconazole.
- Medicines used to treat heart failure like digoxin may lead to toxicity when taken with this medicine.
- Medicines used for mental disorders like Diazepam and Phenytoin.
- If you are taking Warfarin, caution is needed as there are chances of increased bleeding.
Interactions with food items
- Rabesec DSR capsules should preferably be taken on an empty stomach.
- Food such as nicotine and caffeine (coffee, tea, chocolate and cola) can increase stomach acid or delay ulcer healing and hinder the treatment process. However, there is no interaction between them.
Dr. Nikita Toshi
BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)
Dr. Ritu Budania
MBBS, MD (Pharmacology)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: I am suffering from a liver problem. Is Rabesec DSR capsule safe for me?
Q: I get acidity quite often. What should I do to avoid it?
- Avoid spicy and oily food.
- Reduce smoking and alcohol intake as these are known to worsen reflux.
- Avoid carbonated drinks like cold drinks and soda as the carbon dioxide gas in these is known to worsen acid reflux.
- Reduce chocolate, mint intake.
- Some medicines are known to increase acidity and worsen the condition such as pain killers like Ibuprofen. You should avoid using these for a long duration.
Q: I have been taking Rabesec DSR for a few months now, what should I look out for?
- Take Rabesec DSR only for the exact duration as prescribed by your doctor. If there is relief in your symptoms, you may visit your doctor for a follow-up, when your doctor may reduce its dose.
- Rabesec DSR is known to cause fractures, low magnesium levels and vitamin B12 levels on long term use.
- You need to be cautious about these and keep checking your blood levels regularly and if need be your doctor may prescribe the supplements for these deficiencies.
Q: How does the Rabesec DSR capsule differ from the Pantosec DSR?
- Both the Rabesec DSR capsule and the Pantosec DSR are being used to treat acid reflux conditions. However, they differ in their composition.
- The Rabesec DSR capsule consists of Rabeprazole and Domperidone, while the Pantosec DSR contains Pantoprazole and Domperidone. They belong to the class of Proton pump inhibitor and Anti-emetic class of medicine respectively....
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