SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET
MENARINI RAUNAQ PHARMA LTD.
SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET belongs to a gastrointestinal class of drugs called 'ulcer protectants' primarily used to prevent or treat peptic ulcers or gastrointestinal ulcers. A peptic ulcer is a sore on the stomach's lining or the first part of the small intestine (duodenum). Ulcer or sores of the stomach region is called gastric ulcer, while ulcer of the duodenum is known as duodenal ulcer.
SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET contains 'Sucralfate', which works by forming a protective barrier or coat over the ulcer so that digestive enzymes, acid and bile salts cannot further irritate the lining of the stomach and duodenum. This protects the ulcer from the stomach's acid, allowing it to heal.
Your doctor will advise you on how often you take SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET based on your medical condition. Some people may experience common side effects like constipation, dizziness, sleepiness, dry mouth, blurred vision, and diarrhoea. Most of these side effects of SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET do not require medical attention and gradually resolve over time. However, if the side effects persist or worsen, please consult your doctor.
Avoid taking any antacid like magnesium hydroxide or aluminium hydroxide within 30 minutes before or after taking SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET . If you are known to be allergic to SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET or active and inactive ingredients present on it, please tell your doctor. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is advised to consult a doctor before using SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET . Duodenal ulcer tends to be a recurrent disease. Try not to stop taking SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET of your own. Stopping a sudden intake of SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET will not influence the frequency or severity of future ulceration. Let your doctor know if you have any kidney problems. People with reduced kidney function may be more likely to experience side effects of aluminium accumulation with SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET . The dose adjustment is necessary for patients with kidney disease and elderly patients.
SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET is a class of an anti-ulcer drugs prescribed for treating or preventing the return of duodenal ulcers (ulcers located in the first part of the small intestines). SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET works by forming a protective barrier or coat over the ulcer to pepsin and bile and inhibits the diffusion of gastric acid. This protects the ulcer from the stomach's acid, allowing it to heal. SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET exhibits a cytoprotective effect and forms a viscous, adhesive barrier on the surface of the intact intestinal mucosa and the stomach. SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET stimulates the synthesis and release of gastric mucosal prostaglandins, bicarbonate, and the epidermal growth factor, which promotes healing.
You should avoid taking SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET if you are allergic to SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET or other ingredients present in it, have kidney disease, stomach/intestine problems (delayed gastric emptying), are pregnant or planning for pregnancy, and are a breastfeeding mother. Caution is required before giving SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET to elderly patients. SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET contains aluminium, which is normally removed by your kidney. Therefore, older adults and people with kidney problems may be at greater risk for developing high aluminium levels while using this drug with other products containing aluminium (e.g. antacids). The safety and effectiveness in children are not established; please consult your doctor before giving SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET to children.
Drug-Drug Interactions: SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET interacts with the anti-HIV drug (dolutegravir), vitamin D analogues (doxercalciferol, paricalcitol), antibiotic (ciprofloxacin, gemifloxacin, levofloxacin), antidiabetic (acarbose, metformin, glipizide, glimepiride, glyburide), antacid drug (magaldrate, aluminium hydroxide) blood thinner (warfarin).
Drug-Food Interactions: Drinking alcohol and nicotine (tobacco) with SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET may cause dehydration and elevate the level of stomach acid, thereby decreasing SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET efficacy.
Drug-Disease Interactions: Before taking SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET , inform your doctor if you have any kidney or liver disease as a dose of SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET needs to be adjusted.
Drinking alcohol with SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET may cause dehydration and elevate the level of stomach acid, thereby decreasing SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET efficacy.
SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET should not be taken until prescribed. Your doctor will weigh the benefits and any potential risks before prescribing it to you. Please consult your doctor.
There is limited data on how SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET affects breastfeeding. Please consult your doctor, before taking SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET . Your doctor will weigh the benefits and any potential risks before prescribing them to you.
SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET decrease alertness, affect your vision or make you feel sleepy and dizzy. Do not drive if these symptoms occur.
SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET to be taken with caution if you had or have a history of liver disease/conditions. The dose may have to be adjusted by your doctor.
SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET contains aluminium, which is normally excreted by your kidney. Therefore, people with kidney problems may be at greater risk of high aluminium toxicity in the body. The dose adjustment is necessary for patients with kidney disease.
The safety and effectiveness of SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET in children have not been established. Please consult your doctor before giving SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET to children.
SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET is prescribed for acute or short-term conditions of duodenal ulcer. Do not take SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET for more than eight weeks. If still, your duodenal ulcer persists, stop taking SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET and contact a doctor. SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET contains aluminium, so if you are a kidney patient, let your doctor know about this before taking SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET .
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Duodenal ulcer: It is a sore that forms in the lining of the small intestine just beyond the stomach (duodenum). The stomach makes a strong acid that kills germs and helps you digest food. To protect themselves against this acid, duodenum cells make a barrier from mucus. If this barrier is damaged, an ulcer can form. The main cause of this barrier damage is infection with bacteria (H. pylori), medicines like NSAIDs or painkillers (aspirin, ibuprofen). If you have a duodenum ulcer, you might have symptoms like have pain in the stomach or abdomen (this might come and go and is relieved by taking an antacid), indigestion, nauseous, feeling full after taking a small amount of food, bloody or black stools.
SUCRAMAL 1MG TABLET
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