Bromazepam. 20 tablets
Bromazepam. 20 tablets
What bromazepam - ?
Bromazepam - Tchaikapharma contains the active ingredient bromazepam, which belongs to the group of medicines known as benzodiazepines. Each tablet contains 3 mg bromazepam.
Excipients: microcrystalline cellulose, sodium polacrilin, magnesium stearate, green yellow varnish, lactose, colloidal silicon dioxide.
The tablets are available in blister packs of 20 or 30 tablets.
What is it used bromazepam - ?
Bromazepam is assigned to eliminate mental tension and anxiety.
When you must not take bromazepam - ?
• If you are allergic to bromazepam or any component of the tablet
• If you are allergic to any other drug from the group of benzodiazepines
• If you have myasthenia gravis (severe muscle fatigue)
• If you have acute narrow-angle glaucoma
• If you suffer from severe liver disease
• If you have lung disease
• If you have difficulty breathing during sleep
When you need to be especially careful while taking bromazepam - ?
Be sure to tell the doctor if you have lung, liver or kidney disease. In reduced kidney function, your doctor may prescribe a lower dose bromazepam, but in severe failure, bromazepam should not be used.
Always tell your doctor if you are prescribed another medicine to be granted with or without a prescription. This is extremely important as the concomitant use of more than one drug may intensify or weaken the effect of administered drugs. Certain drugs, such as antidepressants, some antibiotics, cimetidine, propranolol, which can increase the effect of bromazepam.
In turn, bromazepam can enhance the effects of alcohol, antidepressants, neuroleptics, some analgesics, hypnotics, antihistamines, anticonvulsants.
Use of bromazepam or other benzodiazepines may cause dependence. Follow the doctor's instructions: do not take more tablets or extend treatment more than what he has prescribed.
Do not use alcohol during treatment with bromazepam
Can bromazepam - be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding?
Do not take this medicine if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. Bromazepam can be used during pregnancy only explicit prescription when the benefit outweighs the risk to the newborn.
Use of bromazepam in the last months of pregnancy causes a decrease in blood pressure, respiratory failure, and withdrawal syndrome in the newborn.
Do not take bromazepam if you are breastfeeding as it passes into breast milk.
Can bromazepam - affect your ability to drive and use machines?
Bromazepam may cause drowsiness or affect your concentration. This can affect the performance of tasks that require dexterity. For this reason, treatment with bromazepam avoid driving or operating machinery.
What should be taken bromazepam - ?
Always take bromazepam - exactly as your doctor prescribes. It will determine the best dose for you. It is strictly individual and depends on the severity of symptoms, age, individual response to the drug and condition.
Treatment usually starts with a low initial dose is gradually increased to achieve the desired effect.
In outpatient treatment, the recommended dose for patients is 1.5 to 3 mg bromazepam, applied three times daily.
In severe cases and hospital treatment, the dose may be increased to 6-12 mg bromazepam, applied 2-3 times daily.
If you are elderly or have liver and / or kidney disease, your doctor will prescribe a lower dose than usually recommended.
Take the tablets with water or soft drink.
If you forget to take a dose, do not have to double up as the next. Instead, you should just continue with the next dose when it is due. Do not change the prescribed dose yourself. If you feel that the effect of the drug is too strong or too weak, talk to your doctor. If you take too many tablets or someone else accidentally takes your medicine, immediately consult a doctor or go to the nearest hospital for help.
When and how to stop treatment with bromazepam - ?
Your doctor will advise you when and how to stop treatment. Discontinuation of treatment most often involves a gradual reduction in dose. The overall duration of treatment generally should not be more than 8-12 weeks, including the period of gradual dose reduction. Abrupt cessation of treatment could lead to the development of withdrawal symptoms, which may be expressed as headache, muscle pains, severe anxiety, stress, anxiety, confusion and irritability. In severe cases may occur behavioral changes, tingling, increased sensitivity to light, noise and physical contact, hallucinations or seizures.
Upon termination of treatment may reappear main problem why you started taking the drug. Less likely is that to happen if the dose at the end of treatment was gradually reduced.
If for some reason you continued treatment for a long time, then you should consult your doctor about stopping him. He may prescribe monitoring of blood counts and liver function simultaneously with a gradual withdrawal.
What are the possible side effects of treatment with bromazepam - ?
In susceptible patients, as well as the adoption taking high doses of bromazepam may experience lethargy and dizziness. These side effects usually resolve with dose reduction.
As with other benzodiazepines, prolonged use of bromazepam can cause dependence and the abrupt termination of the therapy cause withdrawal symptoms. In children and adults bromazepam may cause paradoxical effects, such as agitation and hallucinations.
Rarely muscle weakness, confusion, gait disturbance, sleep disturbance, inappropriate behavior, decreased tone, speech disturbances, impaired memory. Very rare cases of breaches of the menstrual cycle, decreased libido, swollen mammary glands in men and hypersensitivity reactions.
How should I store bromazepam - ?
Store in a dark, dry place inaccessible to children at temperature below 25 ° C. The shelf life of bromazepam - 5 years.