Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets
Udiliv 300 MG Description
Udiliv 300 tablet is a medicine used to dissolve cholesterol gallstones. It is also used to treat various liver-related disorders. Udiliv 300 contains ursodeoxycholic acid as its active ingredient.
Cholesterol gallstones are hardened deposits of digestive juice containing an excess of cholesterol. These are formed in the gall bladder (a small organ found under the liver). Udiliv 300 tablet works by reducing cholesterol content in bile juice. A few more tablets that also contain ursodeoxycholic acid are Golbi 300, Ursocol 300, Ursokem 300 and Ursolid 300.
This medicine also helps in dissolving gallstones and prevents the formation of new stones. Along with Tab Udiliv, you can lower your risk of gallstones by following a healthy lifestyle, eating clean and getting regular physical activity.
|You Save||₹114.54 (15% on MRP)|
|Contains||Ursodeoxycholic Acid / Ursodiol(300.0 Mg)|
|Uses||Gallstones, liver disorders|
|Side effects||Diarrhoea, sticky stool, abdominal pain, rashes|
|Therapy||DRUGS FOR CHOLELITHIASIS|
Uses of Udiliv 300 MG
- Udiliv 300 tablets are used to treat liver diseases, including primary biliary cirrhosis, gallstones and liver disease associated with cystic fibrosis.
- Primary biliary cirrhosis is a chronic liver disease that causes damage to the bile ducts. Bile is a fluid that helps to digest fats. When the bile ducts are damaged, bile builds up in the liver, which can damage liver cells....
- Gallstones are hard deposits that form in the gallbladder. The gallbladder is a small organ that stores bile. Gallstones can cause pain, nausea and vomiting.
- Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disorder that causes thick mucus to build up in the lungs, digestive tract and other organs. This can lead to infections, breathing problems and other health problems.
Contraindications of Udiliv 300 MG
- If you are allergic to ursodeoxycholic acid or any ingredient of this medicine.
- If you are suffering from inflammation/blockage of the gall bladder or biliary tract.
- If you have stomach or intestinal ulcer or bleeding.
- If you have recently had surgery involving any part of your intestine.
- If you have a liver-related disorder and non-functional gall bladder.
- If you are suffering from a liver or intestinal condition which affects the circulation of bile substances like blockage of the bile duct.
Side effects of Udiliv 300 MG
- Sticky stool
- Abdominal pain
Precautions and Warnings of Udiliv 300 MG
Other General Warnings
- You experience persistent diarrhoea and the doctor should discontinue the therapy immediately
- You have a history of liver disease or obstruction in bile passage, your doctor may ask you to do liver function tests regularly.
- It would be best if you avoided a high-cholesterol diet during the treatment as it may affect the activity of this medicine.
- Your doctor may ask you for an ultrasound after six months of the treatment to check the therapeutic improvement.
- Women of childbearing age should use non-hormonal contraceptive measures (physical barrier) or low-oestrogen oral contraceptive pills. Combination oral contraceptive pills should not be taken with Udiliv 300....
Directions for Use of Udiliv 300 MG
- Take Udiliv 300 as instructed by your doctor.
- It should be taken orally with plenty of water.
Storage and disposal of Udiliv 300 MG
- Store the medicine between 20°C to 30°C.
- Keep it out of the reach of children and pets.
Quick Tips of Udiliv 300 MG
- Udiliv 300 tablets are used to treat liver diseases, such as primary biliary cirrhosis, gallstones, and liver disease associated with cystic fibrosis. These tablets work by dissolving gallstones and reducing the amount of cholesterol in the bile. They also help to protect the liver from damage....
- Take this medicine in the exact dose and duration as recommended. Do not take more than the prescribed dose.
- Before starting Udiliv 300 tablet, inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning on becoming pregnant or breastfeeding. Also, inform your doctor about all other medicines that you take and your complete medical history....
- Women should use effective birth control measures during treatment with this medicine. Contraception should either be non-hormonal, like condoms or a low oestrogen contraceptive pill.
- Do not take any other medicine on your own without confirming with your doctor during treatment with Udiliv 300 tablet.
- Diarrhoea and pasty stools can occur as side effects of this medicine. Inform your doctor if the side effects do not resolve even after completing the course of this medicine.
- Excessive dietary intake of calories and cholesterol should be avoided. You should preferably take a low-cholesterol diet during treatment.
Dosage of Udiliv 300 MG
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Mode of Action of Udiliv 300 MG
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Interactions of Udiliv 300 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Concomitant use of cholesterol-lowering medicines such as cholestyramine or colestipol and some antacids may reduce the effect of this medicine. So, it should be taken between a gap of 2 hours at least....
- Contraceptive pills should not be used if you are being prescribed Udiliv 300 tablets.
- Other medicines that may affect this medicine are charcoal, antibiotics like Ciprofloxacin, immunosuppressants like Ciclosporin, cholesterol-lowering medicines like Atorvastatin, and Dapsone, used as an anti-infective. Hence, it should not be used concomitantly....
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Udiliv 150 vs Udiliv 300, what are the differences?
Q: Any precautions I need to take during the treatment?
Q: Any specific dietary modification I need to take to reduce the risk of gallstones?
Q: Does high blood cholesterol level cause gallbladder stones?
Q: Can Udiliv 300 reduce raised liver enzymes like SGPT?
Q: Is Udiliv 300 used for kidney stones?
Q: Is Udiliv 300 used for uric acid?
Q: Does Udiliv 300 make you sleepy?
Q: Is Udiliv a steroid?
Q: How long we can take Udiliv?
Q: Is Udiliv 300 used for reducing high bilirubin?
Q: Can I use Udiliv tablet for jaundice?
Q: Does Udiliv 300 tablet causes frequent urination?
Q: When should I take Udiliv 300 before or after food?
Q: Can Udiliv 300 cause dizziness?
Q: Can I take Udiliv 300 during chemotherapy?
Q: Can I take Udiliv 300 for PCOD?
Q: Can I take Udiliv 300 for treating dengue?
Q: What is the use of Udiliv 300?
Q: Can Udiliv dissolve gallstones?
Q: Can I take the Udiliv with milk?
Q: Does Udiliv cause constipation?
Q: Is Udiliv 300 used for fatty liver?
Q: Is Ursocol and Udiliv same?
Q: Is it safe to take Udiliv tablets during pregnancy?
Q: Is Udiliv 300 Tablet safe?
Q: Does Udiliv 300 Tablet cause weight gain?
Q: Does Udiliv cause hair fall?
Q: Can I get pregnant after taking Udiliv 300?
Q: Can I take Udiliv 300 for biliary cirrhosis?
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