FAQs ABOUT T LAC 10MG TABLET
Can I get stomach ulcers while using T LAC 10MG TABLET?
Yes. Stomach ulcers or bleeding is a side effect of [GBNKEWORD] and the risk increases if you are taking medicines called ‘corticosteroids’ and ‘anticoagulants’, longer use, smoking, drinking alcohol, are older in age or have poor health. Consult your doctor for advice
Can T LAC 10MG TABLET be given to heart patients?
T LAC 10MG TABLET is not recommended for use if you had or are going to have a heart bypass surgery, have severe uncontrolled heart failure. T LAC 10MG TABLET should be used with caution in patients who have or had high blood pressure, angina, heart attack, congestive heart failure, atherosclerosis (thickening or hardening of your artery walls). Consult your doctor before taking it. Consult your doctor for advice.
Is T LAC 10MG TABLET safe for use in pregnant women?
T LAC 10MG TABLET is not recommended in women who are pregnant (especially during the last 3 months) or trying to get pregnant as it may harm the baby. If you are pregnant, think you may be pregnant or are planning for a child, contact your doctor before taking T LAC 10MG TABLET.
Can T LAC 10MG TABLET be given to children?
T LAC 10MG TABLET is not recommended for use in children. The safety and effectiveness of T LAC 10MG TABLET in children and adolescents (below 17 years of age) have not been established. Consult your child’s doctor for advice. The doctor will determine a proper dose of T LAC 10MG TABLET or select a suitable alternative treatment for your child.
Does T LAC 10MG TABLET causes dizziness?
Yes. T LAC 10MG TABLET causes dizziness. When you feel dizzy, lie or sit down immediately, lie in a dark and quite place with eyes closed. Discuss with your doctor if the dizziness doesn’t improve or worsen.