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Composition FOR INVOLYM 408mg capsule

Lymecycline(408mg)

food interaction for INVOLYM capsule

alcohol interaction for INVOLYM capsule

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It is better to take Involym 408mg capsule empty stomach (1 hour before food or 2 hours after food).
Interaction with alcohol is unknown. Please consult your doctor.
Involym 408mg capsule is unsafe to use during pregnancy.
There is positive evidence of human fetal risk, but the benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk, for example in life-threatening situations. Please consult your doctor.
WEIGH RISKS VS. BENEFITS
Involym 408mg capsule is probably unsafe to use during breastfeeding. Please consult your doctor.
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  • SALT INFORMATION FOR INVOLYM 408mg capsule

    Lymecycline(408mg)

    Involym capsule uses

    Involym 408mg capsule is used in the treatment of bacterial infections

    How involym capsule works

    Involym 408mg capsule is an antibiotic. It stops bacterial growth by inhibiting synthesis of essential proteins, which are required by bacteria to carry out vital functions.

    Common side effects of involym capsule

    Nausea, Rash, Vomiting, Urticaria, Haemolytic anemia, Diarrhoea, Photosensitivity, Loss of appetite

    COMMON DOSAGE FOR INVOLYM 408MG CAPSULE

    Patients taking INVOLYM 408MG CAPSULE

    • 89%
      Once A Day
    • 9%
      Twice A Day
    • 1%
      Alternate Day

    SUBSTITUTES FOR INVOLYM capsule

    No substitutes found

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    Expert advice FOR INVOLYM capsule

    • Always take the medicine with a glass of water and avoid taking large amounts of milk with lymecycline as milk may affect its absorption.
    • Avoid direct exposure to sunlight or ultraviolet rays while taking this drug. Use sunscreen or protective clothing while going out in the sun.
    • Do not take if allergic to lymecycline or tetracyclines or to any ingredients.
    • Do not give to Children below 12 years of age as the drug may cause tooth discoloration or may affect bone development.
    • Do not consume if Pregnant or breastfeeding women.
    • Do not take if suffering from or have history of kidney disease.

    Frequently asked questions FOR INVOLYM 408mg capsule

    Lymecycline

    Q. Is lymecycline an antibiotic, penicillin or tetracycline?
    Lymecycline is a type of tetracycline antibiotic. It is not a penicillin
    Q. Is lymecycline used for the treatment of acne?
    Yes. Lymecycline is used for the treatment of acne caused due to infections by bacteria
    Q. Is lymecycline safe?
    Lymecycline is relatively safe if used as directed by physician. In case of adverse events, please consult your doctor
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    Q. Is lymecycline same as Tetralysal?
    Yes. Tetralysal is the name of one of the brands of lymecycline available in the market
    Q. Does lymecycline affect birth control?
    Yes. Lymecycline may reduce the contraceptive action of hormonal contraceptive medicines. Hence, use of alternate birth control measure is recommended while taking lymecycline
    Q. Does lymecycline cause weight changes, hair loss or affect periods?
    Lymecycline is not known to cause hair loss or changes in weight or periods. If you experience any such adverse event, please consult your doctor.

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    WHAT OUR USERS ARE SAYING ABOUT INVOLYM 408MG CAPSULE

    How effective is this medicine?

    Effective
    65%
    Can't say
    29%
    Moderately effective
    6%

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    Content on this page was last updated on 08 March, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)