FAQs ABOUT DIPT TABLET
Does DIPT TABLET cause ulcers?
Yes, DIPT TABLET may cause ulcers when used for a long time, painkillers like aceclofenac can lead to ulcers in the stomach and duodenum. But this risk can be reduced by taking the medication with food or immediately after food. Consult your doctor before taking DIPT TABLET.
Can DIPT TABLET be used in pregnant women?
DIPT TABLET is not recommended for use in pregnant women unless advised by the doctor. It must not be used during the last three months of pregnancy. Consult your doctor before taking DIPT TABLET if you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant.
Who should avoid taking DIPT TABLET?
DIPT TABLET is not recommended for use in patients having stomach ulcers or have blood vomiting or passed blood in the faeces (black tarry stools), heart diseases, stroke, blockages to blood vessels of the heart or brain, problems with blood circulation (peripheral arterial disease), severe kidney disease or liver failure, ulcerative colitis, crohn’s disease and bleeding or blood clotting disorders.
Is DIPT TABLET safe to use in patients with kidney disease?
DIPT TABLET is not recommended for use in patients with severe kidney disease. It should be used with caution in patients with kidney disease. Your doctor may monitor your kidney functioning before and during treatment with DIPT TABLET to prevent the risk of any unusual effects or kidney damage. Consult your doctor before taking DIPT TABLET.
Can DIPT TABLET be used in elderly patients?
DIPT TABLET should be used with caution in elderly patients due to the increased risk of serious side effects. Your doctor will initiate the treatment with the lowest effective dose for a shorter duration. Consult your doctor before taking DIPT TABLET.