Information about Sorliv Syrup
Sorliv Syrup is manufactured by Ipca Laboratories Ltd. Sorliv Syrup is a combination of two medicines (Tricholine Citrate + Sorbitol). It is used to treat fatty liver disease. It is a prescription drug by a doctor. It improves liver function.
Sorliv Syrup helps in reducing cholesterol levels and also protects against heart diseases. And gives relief from itching and diarrhea caused by liver disease.
Sorliv Syrup composition
Tricholine Citrate 0.55gm
Tricholine citrate is bile, acid-binding agent. It removes bile acids from the body. The liver then uses the cholesterol to produce more bile acids, as a result, the cholesterol level in the body decreases.
Sorbitol acts as a syrup base and works to relieve constipation.
Sorliv Syrup Uses
Sorliv Syrup is used in the prevention and treatment of these diseases –
Treatment of fatty liver disease
Lowers cholesterol level
Sorliv Syrup dosage
The dosage is prescribed by the doctor based on your age, medical history, and current condition.
Normal dosage- 1 to 2 (10 to 15 ml) tablespoons, 2 times per day. Shake well before use.
Take it on the basis of the doctor’s advice. Sorliv Syrup can be taken before or after food.
Sorliv Syrup 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-
Dryness in the mouth
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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