Information about Isoxsuprine Tablet
Isoxsuprine Tablet is a β2 adrenoreceptor agonist. It relaxes the uterus (when the uterus starts contracting too early for birth than usual) to prevent premature labor by inhibiting the contraction of smooth muscles in the uterus. It also helps in widening the blood vessels to increase blood flow, thereby improving blood circulation in certain parts of the body like arms, legs, brain. Hence, it also treats peripheral vascular disease.
Isoxsuprine is a vasodilator drug. Isoxsuprine relaxes veins and arteries, making them widen and allowing blood to pass through them more easily.
Isoxsuprine Tablet benefits and uses
Isoxsuprine Tablet is used in the prevention and treatment of these diseases –
Premature labor (when the uterus begins to contract too soon for birth)
Peripheral vascular disease
Raynaud’s Phenomenon (blue or yellowish appearance due to blood loss in hands and toes)
Isoxsuprine Tablet dose
The dosage is prescribed by the doctor based on your age, medical history, and current condition.
Take it on the basis of the doctor’s advice. Swallow it whole. Do not chew, crush or break it. Isoxsuprine Tablet can be taken before or after a meal.
Isoxsuprine Tablet side effects
If your symptoms do not improve after taking it. Or if your condition worsens, consult your doctor immediately.
Common side effects are as follows-
chest pain or irregular heartbeat
nausea or vomiting
Dizziness or weakness.
Apart from the above-mentioned side effects, there may be other side effects as well. If you notice any unusual symptoms while using the medicine, contact the doctor immediately.
Use its dosage as per the instructions given by the doctor.
Do not exceed the recommended dose.
Read the label carefully before use
Keep away from sunlight, in a cool and dry place.
Keep the medicine away from children and pets.
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