VISCERALGINE || FOR COLIC
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What are the uses?
Tiemonium methyl sulfate is used for many different medical conditions, including:
Digestive and biliary tract pain as in cases of gastroenteritis, diarrhea, dysentery, biliary colic, and enterocolitis.
Urinary tract pain is caused by the kidneys, ureters, or bladder such as renal colic and cases of cystitis.
Some gynecological diseases are related to the reproductive system and the menstrual cycle, such as spasmodic dysmenorrhea.
What are the doses methods of use?
Visceralgine tablet dosage
6-2 tablets daily as directed by the physician.
timonium methyl sulfate injection dosage
The recommended parenteral dose is one injection of methyl sulfate 3 times daily, by slow intravenous or intramuscular injection.
Dosage of visceralgine syrup
Adult dosage: 30 to 90 mg or 15 to 45 ml 3 times daily or as directed by a physician.
Child dosage: The recommended dose for oral administration is:
Children: 3 to 6 mg per kilogram of the child’s weight daily in 3 equally divided doses.
Infants: 1.5 to 3 mg per kilogram of the child’s weight per day in 3 equally divided doses.
visceralgine suppository dosage
The recommended dose in the case of suppositories is 20 mg two or three times daily, orally.
What are the contraindications to the use?
It is forbidden to use the medicine without consulting a specialized doctor in the following cases:
Hypersensitivity to any of the components.
Patients with the prostate disorder.
Cases of urinary bladder disorder and diseases of the urinary system and prostate.
Acute eye pain accompanied by vision disturbances.
What are the side effects of visceralgine tablet?
As with any medicinal drug, this medicine may cause some unwanted effects including:
Dry mouth and difficulty swallowing.
Dilated pupils and loss of sensitivity to light.
Increased intraocular pressure.
slow heartbeat, fast heartbeat, or irregular heartbeat with palpitations;
Side effects with timonium methyl sulfate are very rare.
Effects of an Overdose of Timonium Methyl Sulfate
Urinary retention may occur occasionally in case of excessive doses of timmonium methyl sulfate.
What are the precautions?
Use with caution under the supervision of a physician in the following cases:
Intraocular hypertension or closed-angle glaucoma.
Kidney and liver disease.
Coronary insufficiency and heart disorders.
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Alternative medicines for the drug:
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visceralgine for period pain
Viseralgin can be used for the menstrual cycle, as the drug helps to relax the muscles of the uterus, which relieves colic and the pain associated with it.
visceralgine and Irritable Bowel Syndrome
is used to treat intestinal cramps and colic associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome
visceralgine suppository for gastrointestinal pain
This medicine relieves the pain and spasms of the muscles of the digestive system, as it works to relax these muscles, which relieves the feeling of pain
Visceralgine syrup and renal colic
This drug is theoretically effective in relieving the pain of renal colic when given with analgesics such as ibuprofen, but does not have a strong effect when used alone
in pregnancy can only be used after consulting a doctor when there is an urgent need for use
should only be used by nursing mothers if clearly needed by assessment of benefit-risk
Which is better Visceralgine or Buscopan?
Buscopan contains hyoscine, which acts as an antispasmodic and helps relax the muscles, relieving the pain caused by cramps.
Visceralgine contains timonium methyl sulfate, which has the same effect as hyoscine in the treatment of colic and cramps.