FAQs ABOUT SUXINATE
Will the use of SUXINATE affect the growth of foetus?
No. SUXINATE is generally safe and well tolerated. It does not affect the growth of foetus. There is no evidence reported for foetal abnormalities in pregnant women taking SUXINATE. However, consult your doctor before taking.
Is SUXINATE addictive?
No. SUXINATE does not cause addiction. However, take SUXINATE only as advised by your doctor. Continue to take SUXINATE as instructed by your doctor as premature discontinuation may cause the symptoms to reoccur.
How long will it take for SUXINATE to stop vomiting?
SUXINATE may reduce vomiting within 5-7 hours of administration. However, it may take around few weeks (2 weeks) for SUXINATE show improvement in your overall health condition. Therefore, continue to take SUXINATE regularly as instructed by the doctor. SUXINATE cannot cure vomiting caused due to pregnancy. It can only manage the symptoms for a short period.
Will taking a higher dose of SUXINATE be more effective?
No. Do not take a high dose of SUXINATE without consulting your doctor as it may lead to toxicity. If the prescribed dose, does not provide you with adequate results, consult your doctor for advice. Your doctor would evaluate your health condition and suggest a suitable dose for you.
Can I take SUXINATE to treat nausea without consulting doctor?
No. Do not take SUXINATE to treat nausea without consulting a doctor. Although the use of SUXINATE is safe, proper evaluation of pre-existing disease conditions such as presence of asthma, stomach problems or glaucoma should be considered prior to the use of SUXINATE. Therefore, always consult your doctor before taking SUXINATE.
Can SUXINATE be used in non-pregnant individuals?
SUXINATE is intended for use only in pregnant women. There is no adequate information about use of SUXINATE in non-pregnant individuals. If you are not pregnant and wish to stop nausea and vomiting, choose over the counter anti-emetics or consult your doctor for a suitable therapy.
Can I increase the daily dose of SUXINATE than recommended by the physician?
No. Take SUXINATE only as directed by your physician. Do not increase the number of doses without consulting your doctor, as it may lead to toxicity.
When and how should I take SUXINATE?
Take SUXINATE as advised by your physician. Swallow the medicine with a glass of water. Do not crush or chew the medicine. SUXINATE should be taken on an empty stomach. SUXINATE works faster when taken 4-6 hours before having food. Do not stop taking SUXINATE unless your doctor tells you to stop, as it may make the symptoms to reappear.
Can I give SUXINATE to my child suffering from nausea and vomiting?
No. Do not give SUXINATE to children, as there is no proper information regarding the use of SUXINATE this medicine in children. Therefore, consult your doctor before taking it.
Can I stop taking SUXINATE once my symptom subsides?
No. Do not stop taking SUXINATE without consulting your doctor. If you stop taking SUXINATE suddenly your symptoms may reappear. If you any doubts regarding the use of SUXINATE kindly consult your doctor immediately.