Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's is an opioid painkiller used to alleviate moderate to severe pain. Pain is an unpleasant sensory and expressive experience caused by real or potential tissue injury.
Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's composed of Tapentadol; it acts directly on opioid receptors in the central nervous system, reducing feelings of pain by interfering with the way neurons convey pain between the brain and the body.
Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's should be taken only if prescribed by the doctor. The possible common side effects of Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's are constipation, nausea, sleepiness, vomiting, tiredness, headache, dizziness, and abdominal pain. Report to your healthcare provider if any of these symptoms persist or worsen.
Inform your doctor if you are allergic to any content of this medicine before taking Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's. If you have asthma or breathing problems, gastrointestinal obstruction, and paralysis of the gut or ileus, please let your doctor know before prescribing Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's to you. Inform your doctor if you are experiencing acute poisoning from alcohol, sleeping pills, pain relievers, or other psychotropic medications. If you are pregnant, planning for pregnancy or breastfeeding, consult your doctor before taking this medicine. Do not discontinue Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's without first consulting your doctor, and your doctor may gradually reduce the dose to avoid withdrawal symptoms.
Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's is a strong painkiller that belongs to the class of opioids and is used for treating moderate to severe pain. Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's acts directly on opioid receptors in the central nervous system, reducing feelings of pain by interfering with the way neurons convey pain between the brain and the body. Thus, it relieves the pain that occurs due to various medical conditions.
If you are hypersensitive or allergic to any of the ingredients in Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's, do not take it. Please do not stop taking Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's without first consulting your doctor, as this may result in withdrawal symptoms. If you are pregnant or nursing, do not take the Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's unless your doctor has recommended it. Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's may cause drowsiness and blurred vision; therefore, drive only if you are awake. Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's is not recommended for children because its safety and effectiveness have not been proven. Drinking alcohol while taking Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's may cause drowsiness and fatigue. If you are having suicidal thoughts, consult a doctor right away.
Drug-Drug Interactions: Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's may interact with certain antidepressants or antipsychotics (e.g. duloxetine, venlafaxine, escitalopram, desvenlafaxine, quetiapine, linezolid), tricyclic antidepressants (e.g. amitriptyline), anticonvulsant (e.g. pregabalin), narcotic analgesics (e.g. naloxone, oxycodone), medicine for anxiety and seizures (e.g. diazepam, alprazolam).
Drug-Food Interactions: Avoid the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
Drug-Disease Interactions: Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's interacts with disease conditions including impaired GI motility, infectious diarrhoea, liver disease, prematurity, acute alcohol intoxication, drug dependence, gastrointestinal obstruction, hypotension, intracranial pressure, respiratory depression, biliary spasm, renal dysfunction, seizure disorders, and urinary retention.
Drinking alcohol while taking Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's may aggravate some side effects, such as tiredness and dizziness.
Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's should not be used in pregnancy unless clearly necessary. So, if you are pregnant or suspect pregnancy, inform your doctor before taking this medicine. Your doctor will weigh the benefits and potential risks before prescribing Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's.
There is little information available on the use of Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's while breastfeeding. Because it has opioid agonist activity, it is preferable to use another medication, especially if you are nursing a newborn or preterm infant. Newborn infants appear to be especially sensitive to the effects of even low-dose narcotic analgesics.
Do not drive or operate machinery as Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's may impair the mental or physical abilities.
Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's is not recommended in patients with severe liver problems. If you have moderate problems, your doctor will recommend a different dosage regimen. In case of mild liver problems, a dosage adjustment is not required.
A dose adjustment is not required if you have mild to moderate kidney problems. Do not take Tapfree ER 50 Tablet 15's if you have severe kidney problems.
Tablet forms of Tapentadol are not suggested for children and adolescents below the age of 18 years.
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Pain: Pain is a symptom triggered by the nervous system, causing uncomfortable sensations in the body. Pain may be dull or sharp, constant, or may come and go. The tolerance level of pain might vary from person to person. Pain can be generalized (overall body aches) or localized (affecting a specific body area). Pain can be considered a good thing as it helps us know something is wrong in the body and helps diagnose the condition. The common causes of pain include headache, muscle strain, cramps, cuts, bone fractures and arthritis.
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