Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S
Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S belongs to the class of ‘analgesics’ used in treating acute musculoskeletal (bone, muscles, or ligaments) spasms associated with low back pain. Low back pain, also called lumbago, is a condition that affects the lower portion of the spine. It often occurs due to injury, strain, or sprain in the muscles, bones, or ligaments present in the lower back. In most cases, the only symptom of this condition is a pain in the lower back.
Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S contains Eperisone and Diclofenac. Eperisone is an antispasmodic. It works by relaxing skeletal muscles and reducing myotonia (inability of muscles to relax). It can relax vascular smooth muscles (present in the blood vessels wall) to improve blood circulation. It can also suppress pain reflex. Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It works by reducing prostaglandins' production (chemical substances that cause pain and inflammation) at the affected site (muscle) and reduce pain.
You should use this medicine exactly as prescribed by the doctor. The common side-effects of Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S are nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, heartburn, diarrhoea, indigestion, flatulence (gas), loss of appetite, headache, weakness, drowsiness, dizziness, and skin rash or spots. These side-effects are usually mild and temporary. However, if any of these side-effects persist or get worse, inform your doctor immediately.
It is not recommended to take Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S if you are allergic to any contents of it. Before taking Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S, inform your doctor if you have bleeding or ulcer in the stomach, history of stomach or bowel problems with NSAIDs, severe liver, kidney, heart failure, history of heart attack or stroke, and problems blood circulation. It is not recommended in children, pregnant women, and breastfeeding mothers. It should be used with caution in elderly patients. Avoid consumption of alcohol as it may increase the risk of side-effects. Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S may cause dizziness or drowsiness, so do not drive or operate heavy machinery if you are not fully alert.
Low back pain.
Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S is used to treat pain associated with muscle spasms that usually occur due to muscle strains, sprains, or injuries in the lower back. It contains eperisone and diclofenac. Eperisone is a muscle relaxant that shows an analgesic effect (relieve pain), whereas diclofenac can reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation in the muscles. It provides fast relief from pain, within a few hours after taking this medicine. It reduces muscle stiffness and enables the easy movement of the muscle. It is also well tolerated when taken at recommended doses. For the best results, rest and physical therapy are also essential along with this medicine.
Before taking Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S, inform your doctor if you have any bowel disorders such as colitis (inflammation of the intestine), kidney or liver problems, porphyria (inherited blood disorder), bleeding disorders, asthma, seasonal allergies, long-term respiratory infections or illnesses, angina (chest pain), blood clots, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, systemic lupus erythematosus (a skin disorder), smoking habit, and intolerance to some sugars. Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S increases the risk of heart attack or stroke if high doses are used for prolonged periods. So, use it in the dose and duration as prescribed by the doctor. If you notice chest pain, breathing difficulties, weakness, or slurry speech, inform your doctor immediately as it can be a sign of problems with heart or blood vessels. Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S is an anti-inflammatory and can mask the symptoms of an infection, so consult your doctor if you feel unwell.
Drug-Drug Interactions: Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S may interact with anticoagulant (warfarin), medications used to treat diabetes, an antidepressant (lithium), water pills, anticancer agent (methotrexate), medications that suppress the immune system (tacrolimus and ciclosporin), a medicine used to treat urinary tract infections (trimethoprim), quinolone antibiotics, other pain killers (aspirin and ibuprofen), a medication used to terminate the pregnancy (mifepristone), a medicine used to treat heart problems (digoxin), steroids, medications used to treat high blood pressure, a medication used to treat fungal infections (voriconazole), a medication used to treat fits (phenytoin), medications used to lower cholesterol levels (colestipol and cholestyramine), and a muscle relaxant (methocarbamol).
Drug-Food Interactions: Avoid the consumption of alcohol as it may increase dizziness and the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding.
Drug-Disease Interactions: Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S should not be used in patients with bleeding or ulcer in the stomach, history of stomach or bowel problems with NSAIDs, severe liver, kidney, heart failure, heart attack history or stroke, and problems with blood circulation.
Consumption of alcohol increases the risk of side-effects, such as liver damage and bleeding in the stomach.
Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S is usually not recommended during pregnancy, especially if you are more than six months pregnant as it may cause harmful effects to the unborn baby.
Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S may pass into breastmilk and cause unwanted effects in the nursing baby. So, it is not prescribed in breastfeeding mothers. However, if prescribed, the doctor may advise you to stop breastfeeding while using this medicine.
Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S may cause dizziness or drowsiness, so do not drive or operate heavy machinery if you are not fully alert.
Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S causes liver damage, so it should be used with caution in patients with liver diseases. The dose may have to be adjusted by your doctor.
Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S should be used with caution in patients with kidney diseases. The dose may have to be adjusted by your doctor.
Esiromide Plus Capsule 10'S is not recommended for children below 12 years of age.
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Low back pain: It is also called lumbago. It is a common condition that occurs due to injury, sprain, or strain to the muscles, bones, or ligaments present in the lower portion of the spine. The common causes are lack of regular exercise, improper postural lifting, bad or poor posture, and fracture. Pain in the lower back is the only symptom often seen with this condition. Analgesics (pain relievers) and physical therapy can help to relieve pain. Exercise helps in muscle stretching so that they are less likely to spasm, tear and sprain.
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