Shine 25mg Tablets
Shine 25 MG Description
Shine 25 mg Tablet is used to treat depression (symptoms of hopelessness, mood swings and sleep disturbances) in adults. It is also prescribed to treat neuropathic pain (pain due to nerve injury) and
migraine in adults. Shine 25 mg tablet belongs to a class of medicine generally used to treat symptoms of depression. The active ingredient in Shine 25 mg tablets is amitriptyline, which increases the level of mood-stabilising chemicals in the body and thus effectively helps in maintaining a mental balance and treating depression. Amitriptyline also has pain-reducing properties and treats migraine headaches and severe pain arising from any nerve damage. Shine 25 mg tablets should be taken as prescribed by a doctor. The duration and dose of this medicine will vary depending on the affected person’s condition and age. Side effects of Shine 25 mg tablets include nausea, constipation, dry mouth, and headache. It is advisable to consult a doctor before starting treatment with the Shine 25 mg tablets and get complete information on its potential side effects and benefits. Interactions of Shine 25 mg tablets with other medicines have been found. The medicine may also change or affect negatively when taken with alcohol and St. John’s Wort (herbal medicine for depression) and therefore must be avoided. Shine 25 mg tablets may interact and produce life-threatening side effects with certain medications used in anxiety, depression, tuberculosis, pain, epilepsy, and high blood pressure. Therefore, it is suggested to inform the doctor about all medications been taken currently.
|You Save||₹7.25 (15% on MRP)|
|Uses||Depression, Severe pain arising from nerve damage, Migraine headaches, Chronic headache|
|Side effects||Feeling sick, Sleepiness, Increased sweating, Dry mouth, Dizziness, Blurred vision|
Uses of Shine 25 MG
- Shine 25 mg tablets are used to treat:
- Depression in adults
- Neuropathic pain (pain due to nerve injury or damage) in adults
- Migraine headaches in adults
- Chronic tension-type headache
Contraindications of Shine 25 MG
- Do not take Shine 25 mg tablets or take with caution:
- If you’re allergic to amitriptyline or any of the ingredients present in the medicine.
- If taking medications that are classified as Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs, class of medicine used in the treatment of depression).
- If you have heart problems or recently had a heart attack.
- If you have a severe liver disease.
- If you are a child below six years of age.
Side effects of Shine 25 MG
- Most of the side effects of Shine 25 mg tablets are mild and disappear once the body adjusts to the medicine. However, immediately consult a doctor if the symptoms persist or become worse.
- Nausea (feeling sick)
- Drowsiness (increased sleep)
- Feeling too tired
- Shaking hand or other body parts
- Dry mouth and changes in taste
- Sexual disturbances
Precautions and Warnings of Shine 25 MG
Other General Warnings
- You are pregnant or planning for a baby. In such a case, you will be consuming large amounts of other medications with Shine 25 mg tablets which may lead to an overdose or even death.
- You want to discontinue the medication in a few weeks.
- You take medicines for any other condition you have.
Mode of Action of Shine 25 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Shine 25 MG
- Shine 25 mg tablets must be taken as per the doctor’s prescription.
- Shine 25 mg tablets can be taken with or without food.
- Swallow the Shine 25 mg tablet as a whole and do not chew, crush or break it.
- Shine 25 mg tablets must be taken at the same time as per prescription to ensure better efficacy and benefits.
- Do not change the dose or frequency of taking Shine 25 mg tablets without consulting your doctor.
- Do not stop taking Shine 25 mg tablets on your own. Continue the medication for as long as your doctor recommends.
Interactions of Shine 25 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Shine 25 mg Tablet may adversely interact with:
- Opioid painkillers
- Sleep-inducing medicines
- Medicines to treat anxiety
- Medicines to treat high blood pressure
- Thyroid medicines
- Medicines to treat tuberculosis like rifampicin
- Medicines used in epilepsy
- Oral contraceptives
- Herbal medicines like St John’s Wort used to treat depression