Rivasmine 4.5mg Capsule strip of 10 capsules
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Manufactured By Cipla Ltd
Composition Rivastigmine 4.5mg
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Rivasmine 4.5mg Capsule Uses:
Rivasmine 4.5mg Capsule composition:
Interactions / Warnings:
- You have been prescribed Rivastigmine to slow down the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
- It does not cure Alzheimer's but may help with brain function and doing daily activities.
- It may cause diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. Drink plenty of fluids to keep yourself hydrated while taking Rivastigmine.
- Do not drive or do anything that requires mental focus until you know how Rivastigmine affects you.
- Be cautious while taking this medicine if you suffered from peptic ulcer as it may cause vomiting, gastro bleeding, stomach pain, or discomfort.
- Inform your doctor if you experience seizures or convulsions while taking this medicine.
Rivasmine 4.5mg Capsule Side Effects:
How to use Rivasmine 4.5mg Capsule :
How Rivasmine 4.5mg Capsule works:
Rivagold may take as long as 12 weeks to begin working. Response to the medicine differs from person to person. The clinical benefits of Rivagold should be assessed regularly. If after 12 weeks of treatment the symptoms do not improve, Rivagold should be stopped.
Q. How should Rivagold be taken?
Always take the medicine as directed by your doctor. Usually Rivagold is prescribed to be taken twice a day, in the morning and evening, with food. Swallow the whole capsule with water and do not open or crush the capsule. Check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure.
Q. Is it okay to take antacids while taking Rivagold?
Yes, antacids can be taken while taking Rivagold as they do not interfere with the working of Rivagold. Moreover, Rivagold may cause increased acid secretion in the stomach in some patients. Your doctor may prescribe an antacid to relieve this acidity.
Q. What will happen if I take more than the recommended doses of Rivagold?
Taking more than the recommended doses of Rivagold may cause diarrhea, abdominal pain, dizziness, tremor, headache, sleepiness, hallucinations, and malaise. Higher doses may also cause confusion, increased sweating, and increase in blood pressure. In case you take an overdose of Rivagold, seek immediate medical attention.
Q. Does Rivagold cause drowsiness?
Yes, Rivagold can cause drowsiness or sleepiness, especially at the start of treatment or when increasing the dose. If you feel dizzy or sleepy, do not drive, use machines or perform any tasks that require your attention.
Q. Can I stop taking Rivagold?
You should not stop or change the dose of Rivagold without consulting your doctor. However, if treatment is interrupted for more than three days, then do not take the medicine and consult your doctor. The doctor will re-initiate the treatment with a low dose twice a day. The dose can then be increased gradually as was done previously.
Q. Can Rivagold cause hallucinations?
Yes, Rivagold can cause hallucinations. However, hallucinations are reported very rarely with the use of Rivagold, which means they occur in very few people. It may usually occur shortly after dose increase.
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