Sirdalud || For Muscle relaxant and pain reliever
Active Ingredient :
for muscle spasms
The drug acts as a muscle relaxant and relieves muscle spasms and the accompanying pain, and is used in the case of people with multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury
for muscle pain
The drug relieves muscle pain by reducing the activity of the nerves that control the muscles
Dosage and how often to take the drug depends on:
The condition being treated
How severe is the condition?
Infection of the patient with other medical conditions
How does the patient respond to the first dose?
muscle relaxant, for adults (18 years and over):
The starting dose is 2 mg every 6 to 8 hours, as needed.
The doctor may increase the dose by 2 to 4 mg until symptoms are controlled
The maximum dose is 3 times in 24 hours.
In the case of the elderly (65 years and over):
Your doctor may start you with a lower dose or a different dosing schedule, because older adults are more likely to build up the drug in their bodies, increasing the risk of side effects.
The medicine can be taken with or without food.
Stop taking the medicine:
If you stop taking the drug suddenly, you are at risk of developing withdrawal symptoms, especially if you are taking large doses of the drug, or taking it for a long time.
Withdrawal symptoms can include: high blood pressure, fast heartbeat, or increased muscle spasms, so if you decide to stop this drug, you should consult your doctor to slowly reduce your dose.
Side effects a back muscle relaxant
The most common side effects of the drug can include:
Urinary tract infection
Allergy to any of the components of the drug
People with decreased liver or kidney function
Pregnant and lactating women
People under the age of 18
In the few reports of Sirdalud overdosage received, recovery was uneventful,
Nausea, vomiting, hypotension, QT©, prolongation, dizziness, somnolence, miosis, restlessness, respiratory distress, coma.
It is recommended to eliminate the ingested drug by repeated administration of high doses of activated charcoal. Forced diuresis is expected to accelerate the elimination of Sirdalud. Further treatment should be symptomatic.
Medicines that should not be used with Sirdalud:
Certain antibiotics, such as fluvoxamine and ciprofloxacin (Cipro): Using these drugs with Sirdalud may cause very low blood pressure and may also cause increased drowsiness or decreased muscle control.
Medicines that stimulate alpha-2 receptors (medicines to lower blood pressure), such as clonidine, methyldopa, guanfacine, or guanabenz: Use of these medicines with tizanidine can cause a severe drop in blood pressure.
Medicines that increase the risk of side effects of Sirdalud:
zileuton (a medicine used to treat asthma)
Certain heart medications, such as amiodarone, mexiletine, propafenone, or verapamil
Antacids such as cimetidine or famotidine
Acyclovir (an antiviral drug)
Ticlopidine (an anticoagulant medicine)
Sedatives such as alprazolam, lorazepam or diazepam.
Opioids such as morphine, methadone, or oxycodone.
Some antidepressants such as amitriptyline, nortriptyline, or protriptyline.
Sirdalud and pregnancy and breastfeeding
It is preferable to avoid taking sirdalud during pregnancy.
It is preferable to avoid taking sirdalud during breastfeeding.
Is Sirdalud a drug?
Although the drug is not a drug, it can be addictive
Is Sirdalud hypnotized?
The medicine may help you feel sleepy and sleep
For premature ejaculation
A small number of people who take the drug may develop premature ejaculation
2mg : 24.00 EGP
4mg: 31.50 EGP