Combit Tab

Combit Tab

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Medicine : Combit Tab

Name:Combit Tab
Type:Tablet
Manufacturer:Cubit Healthcare
Generic Use:Cetirizine , Paracetamol , Phenylephrine
Composition:Cetirizine(5mg) , Paracetamol(500mg) , Phenylephrine(10mg)

Generic ( Cetirizine )


Typical use Of Cetirizine :Cetirizine Is Used For The Treatment Of Allergic Rhinitis (year-round As Well As Seasonal Allergic Inflammation Of Eyes And Nose) And Skin Allergies
Mechanism of action of Cetirizine :Cetirizine Belongs To The Group Of Medicines Called Antihistamines. It Treats The Allergy By Blocking A Natural Substance (histamine) That Is Produced In The Body During An Allergic Reaction.
Drug Interaction of Cetirizine :No Interactions Of Cetirizine Are Expected With Other Drugs. However, Use Of Cetirizine With Alcohol Should Be Avoided.
Side effects of Cetirizine :Sleepiness, Unusual Tiredness, Headache, Dizziness, Restlessness. Dry Mouth, Sore Throat, Abdominal Pain, Diarrhea, Urge To Vomit.

INTERACTIONS OF CETIRIZINE


How Cetirizine will impact on Pregnancy ?

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How Cetirizine will impact during lactation(breastfeeding) ?

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Medicine & Alcohol use and effect of Cetirizine

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Generic ( Paracetamol )


Typical use Of Paracetamol :Paracetamol Is Used For The Relief Of Mild To Moderate Pain In Conditions Such As Headache (including Migraine), Toothache, Ear Pain, Joint Pain, Pain Of Menstruation, Fever, Feverish Colds, And Flu.
Mechanism of action of Paracetamol :Paracetamol Is Categorized As An Analgesic (painkiller) And Antipyretic (fever Reducing) Drug. Paracetamol Reduces Pain By Increasing The Pain Threshold. It Reduces Fever By Acting On The Temperature-regulating Region Of Brain, Resulting In Increased Blood Flow Across The Skin, Sweating And Heat Loss.
Drug Interaction of Paracetamol :Cholestyramine, Metoclopramide And Domperidone May Alter The Effects Of Paracetamol. Use Of Paracetamol With Warfarin May Increase The Risk Of Bleeding. Paracetamol May Increase The Effects Of Chloramphenicol. Always Consult Your Physician For The Change Of Dose Regimen Or An Alternative Drug Of Choice That May Strictly Be Required.
Side effects of Paracetamol :Side Effects Of Paracetamol Are Usually Rare, And Include Allergic Reactions Such As Shortness Of Breath, Abnormalities Of Blood Cells, Skin Reddening, Blisters Or Rash, Swollen Facial Features, Or A Runny Nose. Overdose (more Than 4 G In Adults And More Than 2 G In Children) May Cause Severe Liver Damage.

INTERACTIONS OF PARACETAMOL


How Paracetamol will impact on Pregnancy ?

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How Paracetamol will impact during lactation(breastfeeding) ?

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Medicine & Alcohol use and effect of Paracetamol

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Generic ( Phenylephrine )


Typical use Of Phenylephrine :To Relieve Blocked Nose Caused By Common Cold Or In Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis (hay Fever).
Mechanism of action of Phenylephrine :Phenylephrine Stimulates Receptors On Blood Vessels And Leads To Constriction Of Blood Vessels. This Leads To Decrease In The Flow Of Blood In The Blood Vessels Of Nose, Which In Turn Relieves Nasal Congestion.
Drug Interaction of Phenylephrine :Precaution Must Be Taken While Taking Following Medicine At The Same Time: Digoxin, Medicines For High Blood Pressure, Tricyclic Antidepressants, And Other Decongestants. Always Consult Your Physician For The Change Of Dose Regimen Or An Alternative Drug Of Choice That May Strictly Be Required.
Side effects of Phenylephrine :Difficulty In Breathing, Severe Allergic Reactions, Skin Rash, Urge To Vomit, Feeling Of Being Unwell, Headache, Fast Or Irregular Heartbeat, High Blood Pressure, Restlessness And Difficulty In Passing Urine For Men.

INTERACTIONS OF PHENYLEPHRINE


How Phenylephrine will impact on Pregnancy ?

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How Phenylephrine will impact during lactation(breastfeeding) ?

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Medicine & Alcohol use and effect of Phenylephrine

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