Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets
Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets
Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets
Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets
Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets
Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets
Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets
Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets

Udiliv 300mg Strip Of 15 Tablets

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15 Tablet(s) in Strip
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Medical 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. Ch...
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ContainsUrsodeoxycholic Acid / Ursodiol(300.0 Mg)
UsesGallstones, liver disorders
Side effectsDiarrhoea, sticky stool, abdominal pain, rashes
ClassificationHEPATOPROTECTIVE
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Uses of Udiliv 300 MG

  • To dissolve cholesterol gallstones formed due to excess cholesterol in bile juice (a type of digestive juice produced by the liver).
  • For the treatment of various liver-related conditions such as cirrhosis, sclerosing cholangitis (swelling, scarring of bile duct) and cholestasis (obstructed bile flow).

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 a 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

  • Diarrhoea
  • Sticky stool
  • Abdominal pain
  • Rashes

Precautions and Warnings of Udiliv 300 MG

Pregnancy

Q:
Can I take Udiliv 300 tablets during pregnancy?
A:
There is limited information on the safety of Udiliv 300 in pregnancy. Hence, it is recommended not to use the same unless prescribed by your doctor.

Breast Feeding

Q:
Can I take Udiliv 300 tablets while breastfeeding?
A:
The safety of Udiliv 300 is not established in lactating women. Hence, it should not be used while breastfeeding.

Driving

Q:
Can I drive if I have consumed Udiliv 300 tablets?
A:
It does not influence your driving ability.

Alcohol

Q:
Can I consume alcohol with Udiliv 300 tablets?
A:
There is no known interaction between alcohol and this medicine. However, it is not advisable to drink alcohol as it can damage the liver further and worsen the existing complications.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • 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 test regularly.
  • It would be best if you avoided 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 Udi...
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Mode of Action of Udiliv 300 MG

How Does It Work?

Udiliv 300 tablets reduce the synthesis and formation of cholesterol and thus reduces the cholesterol content in bile that leads to gradual solubilisation and dissolution of cholesterol gallstones.

Directions for Use of Udiliv 300 MG

  • Take Udiliv 300 as instructed by your doctor.
  • It should be taken orally with plenty of water.

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 lea...
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  • Contraceptive pills should not be used if you are being prescribed with Udiliv 300 tablets.
  • Other medicines that may affect this medicine are charcoal, and antibiotics like Ciprofloxacin, immunosuppressants like Ciclosporin, cholesterol-lowering medicines like Atorvastatin, and Dapsone used ...
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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.

Dosage of Udiliv 300 MG

Overdose

The most common symptoms of an overdose of Udiliv 300 is diarrhoea. Consult your doctor immediately if you have taken an excessive dose of this medicine.

Missed a Dose

If you missed any dose of this medicine, take it as soon as you remember. If it's time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue with your regular dose schedule. Do not take a double dose ...
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Content Details

WRITTEN BY
doctor

Dr. Nikita Toshi

BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)

REVIEWED BY
doctor

Dr. Ritu Budania

MBBS, MD (Pharmacology)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Q: Any precautions do I need to take during the treatment?

A: Sometimes you may suffer from persistent diarrhoea. It would be best if you inform your doctor immediately. Your doctor may ask you to do liver function test regularly during the treatment.

Q: Any specific dietary modification I need to take to reduce the risk of gallstones?

  • Eating a healthy diet can help you reduce the risk of getting gallstones.
  • Avoid eating refined carbohydrates, fried food, too much sugar and desserts.
  • Eat whole grain, fresh fruits, vegetables and healthy fats such as fish and olive oil.
  • Discuss with your doctor before making changes in your diet plan.

Q: Does high blood cholesterol level cause gallbladder stones?

A: High blood cholesterol levels can cause supersaturation of cholesterol crystals, which may eventually lead to gallstone formation.

Q: Can Udiliv 300 reduce raised liver enzymes?

A: No, it does not have an action against reducing increased liver enzymes.

Q: Is Udiliv 300 used for reducing high bilirubin?

A: No, it is not used to reduce the levels of bilirubin. This medicine should only be used for the condition it is prescribed for.

Q: Can I use Udiliv tablet for jaundice?

A: No, it is not used to treat jaundice. This medicine is used for dissolving stones in the gall bladder. It should not be used for any other condition.

Q: Does Udiliv 300 tablet causes frequent urination?

A: Udiliv 300 tablet does not cause frequent urination. There are no such reports available so far about urinary urgency associated with the use of Udiliv 300. Consult your doctor if you are experiencing such symptoms.

Q: When should I take Udiliv 300 before or after food?

A: Udiliv 300 tablet should be taken after a meal.

Q: Can Udiliv 300 cause dizziness?

A: Udiliv 300 tablet is not known to cause dizziness. If you experience dizziness while taking this medicine inform your doctor.

Q: Can I take Udiliv 300 during chemotherapy?

A: You should take this medicine only if prescribed by the doctor. You may take this medicine if you are undergoing cancer treatment and your doctor has prescribed you this medicine.

Q: Can I take Udiliv 300 for PCOD?

A: No, Udiliv 300 is not effective for the treatment of PCOD. PCOD or polycystic ovarian disease is a hormone-related disorder that causes enlarged ovaries with cysts. It is characterised by abdominal weight gain, irregular periods, male pattern hair loss and infertility.

Q: Can I take Udiliv 300 for treating dengue?

A: No, Udilive 300 is a medicine used for the treatment of gall stones it is not effective against dengue fever. Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral disease characterised by high fever, headache, muscle and joint pain.

Q: What is the use of Udiliv 300?

A: Udiliv 300 is used for the treatment of various liver-related conditions such as cirrhosis, sclerosing cholangitis (swelling, scarring of bile duct) and cholestasis (obstructed bile flow). It is also used to dissolve cholesterol gallstones formed due to excess cholesterol in bile juice (a type of digestive juice produced by the liver).

Q: Can Udiliv dissolve gallstones?

A: Yes, Udiliv is used to dissolve cholesterol gallstones formed due to excess cholesterol in bile juice (a type of digestive juice produced by the liver).

Q: Can I take the Udiliv with milk?

A: You can take the Udiliv with milk or water, either with or without food or as suggested by the doctor. But it is advisable to take it regularly. Taking the medicine regularly at the right times increases its effectiveness.

Q: Does Udiliv cause constipation?

A: Constipation or diarrhoea is one of the side effects that can be observed in individuals taking Udiliv. However, these symptoms are usually short-lived and go away with time.

Q: Is Udiliv 300 used for fatty liver?

A: No, Udiliv 300 is not used for treating fatty liver. Consult your doctor for fatty liver and take the recommended prescription as advised.

Q: Is Ursocol and Udiliv same?

A: Yes, Ursocol and Udiliv are same. They just have different brand names where both contain Ursodeoxycholic acid as their active molecule.
Product Details
Brand
UDILIV
Country of Origin
India
Expires on or After
30/05/2024
Last Updated on: 14 Apr 2022 | 05:54 PM (IST)
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