Trigan D Tablet contains a combination of two medicines - Paracetamol and Dicyclomine. It is a pain-relieving medicine. This tablet is used for relieving spasmodic pain associated with stones in the kidney or gallbladder, pain in the stomach during or before menses and due to blockage or obstruction in the intestine. It should not be used in children below the age of 12 years. Avoid taking this medicine if you are allergic to it, have any liver disease, ulcers or heart-related problems. This medicine should be used as per the medical prescription and for the duration, it is prescribed....
Q: Can I stop taking Trigan D Tablet on my own?
A: No, never stop taking this medicine until advised by the doctor, even if you are feeling good.
Q: Can I take Trigan D Tablet for stomach pain?
A: The stomach pain could occur due to various conditions such as indigestion, infection and inflammatory conditions. You should not use this medicine for any condition without consulting your doctor.
Q: Can Trigan D Tablet be taken empty stomach?
A: You should avoid taking this medicine on an empty stomach to avoid stomach discomforts.
Q: Can Trigan D Tablet be taken for food poisoning?
A: No, it is an anti-spasmodic medicine which is not effective in food poisoning. Food poisoning occurs due to the consumption of contaminated food usually, by bacteria, viruses or environmental toxins.
Q: Can Trigan D Tablet be taken for period pain?
A: Yes, it can be used for relieving the cramps and pain during and before menses.
Q: Can Trigan D Tablet be used for headache and toothache?
A: No, you should not use this medicine for headache or toothache as it may not be effective in such pains.
Q: Can I take Pantoprazole or Esomeprazole with Trigan D Tablet?
A: It is usually safe and there is no direct interaction seen between these two medicines. Consult your doctor before taking the medicines concomitantly.