Magaldrate + Simethicone + Oxetacaine
Information about Magaldrate + Simethicone + Oxetacaine
Magaldrate + Simethicone + Oxetacaine Uses
How Magaldrate + Simethicone + Oxetacaine works
Magaldrate + Simethicone + Oxetacaine is a combination of three medicines: Magaldrate , Simethicone and Oxetacaine, which relieves acidity, heartburn and stomach ulcers. Magaldrate is an inorganic salt that neutralises the excess acid in stomach. Simethicone is an antifoaming medicine which disintegrates gas bubbles and allows easy passage of gas. Oxetacaine is a local anesthetic which provides faster relief from pain due to ulcers or acidic injury in the stomach.
Common side effects of Magaldrate + Simethicone + Oxetacaine
Chalky taste, Diarrhea, Constipation, Allergic reaction
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Expert advice for Magaldrate + Simethicone + Oxetacaine
- It is better to take it after food or as suggested by the doctor.
- Some healthy tips to prevent acidity from happening:
- Avoid taking hot tea, coffee, spicy food, and chocolate. Instead, have cold milk and cold coffee as these help neutralize the acid in the stomach.
- Avoid alcohol and smoking.
- Avoid eating late at night or before bedtime.
- Avoid drinking anything immediately after taking this medicine as that can reduce its effectiveness.
- Do not take antacid medicines half an hour before or after taking this medicine.
- It may cause constipation. Drink plenty of water and eat more high-fibre foods. Inform your doctor if it becomes severe or does not go away.
- It may cause dizziness. Do not drive or perform any activity requiring mental focus until you know how it affects you.
- Talk to your doctor if you notice any signs of appendicitis such as lower abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, nausea, and vomiting.
- It may take 4-6 weeks or more for the ulcers to heal completely. Do not stop taking the medicine until your doctor tells you to.