Spasmopyralgin || For the treatment of stomach cramps and colic

Spasmopyralgin || For the treatment of stomach cramps and colic



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Active Ingredient :

Camylofin: anti-cramping and anti-colic

Analgin: analgesic and antipyretic


for stomach cramps and colic

This medicine is used to relieve stomach pain, cramps, and bloating

Spasmopyralgin and the biliary tract

This medicine is used to relieve gallbladder colic, sudden acute pain, and cramping associated with bile duct obstruction

Spasmopyralgin and renal colic

This medication is used to relieve severe pain in the urinary tract.

Spasmopyralgin for menstruation

This medication is used to relieve pain and cramps associated with menstruation.

Spasmopyralgin for headache and pain

This medicine is used in the treatment of dental pain, headache, joint pain, neuralgia, myalgia, pain after surgical procedures, pain caused by injuries, and others.

Spasmopyralgin and hypothermia

This medicine acts as an antipyretic and is used to treat high fevers.

Spasmopyralgin and muscle spasms

Spasmopyralgin is an antispasmodic drug that relieves muscle spasms and helps to relax them

Spasmopyralgin and colitis

Colitis may be accompanied by cramps and severe abdominal pain. Spasmopyralgin helps relieve colic and relieve pain.


Gallbladder disease is any disease that affects the gallbladder, such as cholecystitis or the formation of gallstones, and it is usually accompanied by colic and severe pain that requires analgesic and antispasmodic to reduce its severity.


Dosage :

Adults: One or two tablets, one to three times daily

Dosage of Spasmoperalgin for children (10-12) years: one tablet one to three times daily

This medicine should be used with extreme caution in children and should only be used under the supervision of a physician

side effects

Skin rash
Redness at the injection site, bruising, or sores
dry mouth
Tachycardia or increased heart rate
Vomiting and nausea
stomach pain
Difficulty swallowing
Dizziness and drowsiness


Is safe for pregnant women?

Animal experiments have not demonstrated harm to the fetus, but the use of the drug in the last 3 months of pregnancy may have a harmful effect on the baby

Would you like more help to relieve the pain?

Drink enough fluids to keep the body hydrated as dehydration can cause cramps
Stretching and straightening the muscle
Use warm compresses to stimulate blood circulation
Short-term analgesics and muscle relaxants may be required

What are the drug interactions ?

It is best to tell your doctor or pharmacist about all medications, herbs, vitamins, and nutritional supplements before starting treatment.

It is recommended not to concomitantly with the following drugs:

Tricyclic antidepressants.
Oral contraceptives.


Strips x 10 tablets.




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