food interaction for PAPARIN
alcohol interaction for PAPARIN
pregnancy interaction for PAPARIN
lactation interaction for PAPARIN
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
SALT INFORMATION FOR PAPARIN
How it works
Common side effects
SUBSTITUTES FOR PAPARINNo substitutes found
Expert advice FOR PAPARIN
- Exercise caution when used papaverine in children.
- Inform your doctor if you have high blood pressure, glaucoma (Increased pressure inside the eye that causes visual problems), any heart or liver problem.
- Do not use papaverine for longer than the prescribed treatment period as it is a habit forming drug and may cause dependence.
- Seek immediate medical attention if you experience jaundice like symptoms such as stomach pain, dark coloured urine, yellowing of eyes and skin, loss of appetite.
- Do not consume alcohol when on treatment with papaverine, as it may worsen its side effects.
- Do not drive or use any machinery after taking papaverine as it may cause dizziness.
- Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding.
- Do not take if allergic to papavarine hydrochloride or any of its ingredients.
- Do not take if suffering with severe liver disease.
- Do not takt if having complete heart block (AV block).
Frequently asked questions FOR PAPARIN
Q. Is papaverine a calcium channel blocker?
No, papaverine is not a calcium channel blocker but may show weak calcium channel blocker activity at high doses
Q. Is papaverine an opiate?
Yes, papaverine is an opiate
Q. Is papaverine narcotic?
No, papaverine is a non-narcotic alkaloid
Q. Where does papaverine come from?
Papaverine is a hydrochloride salt of an alkaloid obtained from the opium plant, or prepared synthetically.