FAQs ABOUT LUPIRTIN CAPSULE
What is LUPIRTIN CAPSULE used for?
LUPIRTIN CAPSULE is used in the treatment of acute and chronic pain (such as primary headache, tumor pain, menstrual cramps, pain after traumatologic/orthopaedic operations and injuries and painful increased muscle tone of the posture and motor muscles).
What common side effects are seen with LUPIRTIN CAPSULE?
The most common side effects of taking [GBNKEYWORD are fatigue, dizziness, heartburn, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, diarrhoea, constipation, diarrhea, stomach upset, bloating and pain, loss of appetite, tremor, headache, increased sweating, sleep problems and restlessness. Consult your doctor if any of the side effects worsen.
How does LUPIRTIN CAPSULE work?
LUPIRTIN CAPSULE works by preventing the transmission of pain signals by blocking neuronal excitability and reducing the calcium influx into the cells that is responsible for the sense of pain and inflammation produced at the site of injury and damage, and hence it is useful in providing relief from pain, including that is associated with muscle tension.
Can LUPIRTIN CAPSULE be used in pregnant women?
LUPIRTIN CAPSULE is not recommended for use in pregnant women unless clearly advised by the doctor. Consult your doctor before taking LUPIRTIN CAPSULE if you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant.
Is LUPIRTIN CAPSULE safe to use in patients with kidney diseases?
LUPIRTIN CAPSULE should be used with caution in patients with kidney diseases. Your doctor may regularly monitor your kidney function before and during treatment with LUPIRTIN CAPSULE to prevent the risk of kidney damage. Consult your doctor for advice before taking LUPIRTIN CAPSULE.