As a general rule, this product is used every four hours. Your pharmacist may have indicated a different schedule that is more appropriate for you. Usually, it is used only as needed.
It is important to follow the dosage on the label. Do not use more or more often than indicated. This medication can be taken with or without food, regardless of meals or snacks.
The amount of alcocol can affect the product. It is therefore recommended to avoid taking alcohol or products containing alcohol while you are using this medicine.
In addition to its intended effects, this product may occasionally cause some side effects, including:
he can make the mouth dry;
it can cause constipation – to prevent it, drink a lot, take more dietary fiber;
it can cause dizziness or falling asleep – be careful before driving;
it can cause nausea and vomiting.
Each person may react differently to a treatment. If you think this product is causing a problem that bothers you, whether mentioned here or not, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. They can help you determine if your treatment is the cause and, if necessary, help you manage the situation.
Like most medicines, you should keep this product at room temperature. Keep it in a safe place where it will not be exposed to heat, moisture or sunlight. Keep it out of reach of young children. Safely destroy any quantity remaining after its expiry date. This drug is sometimes sought for non-medical use by some adolescents, please keep it safe.
This medication may interact with other medications or supplements, sometimes significantly. However, it is possible to prevent several by adjusting the dose of your medications or changing their timing. Check with your pharmacist before using this product in combination with other medicines, vitamins or natural products.
Do not use this medicine for longer than necessary. If you have difficulty stopping use, talk to your pharmacist.
Very rarely, this product can cause potentially serious effects, especially if taken at high doses or with certain medications. If you experience symptoms such as agitation, confusion, diarrhea, fever, tremors and stiffness or muscle contractions, you should contact your doctor.
It is important to mention to health professionals that you consult:
if you have a history of other illnesses, if you smoke and, for women, if you are pregnant or want to become pregnant, or if you are breastfeeding;
if you have allergies to medications or other allergies (eg food, latex, etc.)
any medications you use, prescription or non-prescription, including vitamins and products