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Zibra Tablets are used in relieving abdominal cramps and pain, associated with conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It is a combination of three active ingredients: Chlordiazepoxide, Clidinium, and Dicyclomine. Chlordiazepoxide lowers the excess activity of nerve cells. Clidinium and dicyclomine relax muscles in the stomach and intestines (gut). They also stop muscle spasms. Relieving bloating, pain, stomach discomfort, cramps, etc., are some of the benefits of Zibra Tablets. Irritable bowel syndrome is a common gastric disorder that affects the large intestine. It is a chronic condition that requires a long time of treatment. This medicine is also used in certain stomach conditions, like peptic ulcers and other conditions that cause abdominal pain and cramps. Certain lifestyle changes like having a fibre-rich diet, avoiding foods that trigger stomach symptoms, high water intake and regular exercise can help you get better results. Before taking this medicine, you should tell your doctor if you have any kidney or liver diseases. You should also inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning pregnancy or breastfeeding....
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|Contains||Chlordiazepoxide(5.0 Mg),Clidinium(2.5 Mg),Dicycloverine / Dicyclomine(10.0 Mg)|
|Uses||Irritable bowel syndrome|
|Side effects||Nausea, Constipation, Nervousness, Dryness in mouth, Difficulty in urination, Confusion, Sleepiness, Weakness, Dizziness, Blurred vision, Impaired coordination|
|Classification||DRUGS FOR IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME|
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Uses of Zibra Tablet
- Zibra tablet is used in,
- Treatment of symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome such as bloating, gas, cramps, etc.
- Treatment of other stomach conditions like stomach cramps, peptic ulcers, etc.
Contraindications of Zibra Tablet
- If you have an allergic reaction to any of the component of Zibra Tablet.
- If you have glaucoma, an eye condition that increases fluid pressure inside the eye. This medicine will worsen the condition.
- If you have any lung or respiratory conditions.
- If you have an intestinal obstruction disorder. This will further worsen that condition.
- If you have been diagnosed with benign prostatic hyperplasia (prostate gland enlargement).
- If you have a severe kidney or liver function disorder.
- If you have heart rhythm disorders or arrhythmias.
- If you have tardive dyskinesia (uncontrolled movements).
- If you have infectious diarrhoea, this medicine will worsen the condition.
- If you have a history of clinical depression.
- If you are diagnosed with a seizure disorder (fits).
- Note - this medicine is not recommended for children below 18 years of age.
Side effects of Zibra Tablet
- Dryness in mouth
- Difficulty in urination
- Blurred vision
- Impaired coordination
Precautions and Warnings of Zibra Tablet
Can I take the Zibra Tablet during pregnancy?
No, do not take the Zibra Tablet during pregnancy without consulting your doctor. There is not much information available on the effects of this medicine on pregnant women and unborn babies. Your doctor may prescribe it in emergency conditions. Do not take Zibra Tablet without consulting your doctor.
Can I take the Zibra Tablet while breastfeeding?
You should talk to your doctor before taking the Zibra Tablet, as it can be unsafe during breastfeeding. There is confined data on the effects of this medicine on the breastfeeding baby.
Can I drive if I have taken the Zibra Tablet?
No, do not drive after taking the Zibra Tablet. This medicine can cause side effects like drowsiness, lightheadedness, blurred vision and blurred vision that can affect your driving ability.
Can I consume alcohol with the Zibra Tablet?
No, you cannot consume alcohol with a Zibra Tablet. Alcohol can interfere with the effectiveness of this medicine and lead to harmful side effects.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- You have high blood pressure and are currently under treatment for it.
- You have a kidney or liver dysfunction.
- You have suddenly stopped using this medicine and are having withdrawal symptoms such as irritation, anxiety, sweating, etc.
- You notice sudden mood changes.
- You are an elderly person over the age of 65 years, the adverse effects are exaggerated due to slow metabolism.
- You are using any herbal or ayurvedic medications and supplements.
Mode of Action of Zibra Tablet
How Does It Work?
The active components of Zibra Tablet are clidinium, chlordiazepoxide, and dicyclomine. Clidinium and dicyclomine belong to antispasmodics (lowers muscle spasms) class of medications. They prevent the action of acetylcholine (a chemical messenger), which prevents the nervous system signals from reaching the muscles. It leads to relaxation of the muscles in the stomach and gut (intestine). These medicines also stop sudden muscle contractions (spasms). They also help relieve cramps, pain, bloating, discomfort, etc. Chlordiazepoxide is a benzodiazepine(tranquilliser) class of medication. It works by increasing the action of GABA (gamma-Aminobutyric acid), a chemical messenger which suppresses the abnormal and excessive activity of the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain. It produces a calming effect....
Directions for Use of Zibra Tablet
- Take the Zibra Tablet in the exact dosage and at the same time every day.
- Do not exceed the dosage of Zibra medication, even if you cannot notice its effects.
- Take a Zibra tablet as a whole with a glass of water, before or after consuming a meal.
- Do not break or chew this tablet.
- Do not take this with other medications without informing your doctor.
- Do not suddenly stop taking Zibra medication, as it can have adverse effects.
Interactions of Zibra Tablet
Interactions with other medicines
- If you are using opioid or narcotic pain relievers like tramadol, codeine, etc., with Zibra Tablet, they both can interact and cause some unwanted side effects.
- Some antipsychotic medications like amitriptyline can react with this medicine and cause adverse reactions.
- Some antihypertensive medications for treatment of high blood pressure also interact with Zibra Tablet and cause fluctuation in blood pressure.
- Do not use medications similar to Zibra tablets, such as anticholinergics (like ipratropium).
- If you are taking anti-seizure medication (like topiramate), using Zibra Tablets can cause interaction and change the effectiveness of these medications.
Interactions with food items
- Avoid highly processed food or deep-fried food to avoid triggering the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
- Try to have food with high fibre and things that can be digested easily while taking this medication.
Storage and disposal of Zibra Tablet
Store Zibra Tablet in dry conditions at room temperature. Keep this tablet away from wet surfaces, direct sunlight, and humid conditions. Dispose of this medicine’s packaging carefully after use. Dispose of unused/expired tablets as biomedical waste. Check the expiration date before taking the Zibra Tablet. Do not use this medication if it is past the expiration date. Keep Zibra medicine away from children and pets....
Dosage of Zibra Tablet
Zibra Tablet overdose can cause symptoms like dizziness, tremors, agitation, nausea, vomiting, confusion, changes in blood pressure, increased heart rate, and diminished reflexes. If you overdose on Zibra Tablet and experience any of these symptoms, immediately seek emergency medical treatment from a hospital nearby....
Missed a Dose
If you have missed a dose of Zibra Tablet, take it as soon as you recall. If you remember missing a dose when it is already time to take the next dose of Zibra Tablet, skip the missed dose and take the next one. Talk to your doctor if you have any doubts about the dose. Do not take them together as it can cause adverse reactions....
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can the Zibra Tablet cause dryness in the mouth if I use it regularly?
A: Yes, the Zibra Tablet can cause dry mouth. If you experience dry mouth, drink a lot of water. Take regular sips throughout the day and keep some water near your bed at night. If you already have dryness of the mouth, this medicine can worsen the condition. Consult your doctor.
Q: Is the Zibra Tablet safe to use in children?
A: There isn't much information available on the effectiveness and safety of Zibra medicine in children below the age of 18. Consult your doctor if your child has symptoms related to irritable bowel syndrome, such as stomach pain, bloating, cramps, etc., so the child can get appropriate treatment. Do not give it to children by yourself without talking to the doctor.
Q: Can I stop using Zibra Tablet if I am feeling better?
A: If you are using this medicine for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome, then do not stop using it suddenly. It can cause withdrawal symptoms like irritation, sweating, etc. It can also result in return of IBS symptoms like stomach pain, cramps, and others. Consult your doctor if you want to stop using the Zibra Tablet so that the dose can be slowly tapered down.
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