Crocin 100Mg Drop
Crocin 100Mg Drop, classified as a mild analgesic, is used to treat fever and is the most commonly used pain reliever. It is used to relieve pain in case of a backache, a headache, arthritis and a toothache. It reduces pain in the body caused due to fever. It is often given to patients who suffer from cancer or have undergone surgery, to help them cope up with the pain. Crocin 100Mg Drop is normally administered orally or rectally, it is also available for intravenous administration.
Crocin 100Mg Drop does not have any serious side effects. It is safe to use this medicine during pregnancy and breastfeeding. However, in rare cases skin rashes may occur accompanied by nausea, stomach pain, and loss of appetite. You should stop using Crocin 100Mg Drop if you experience an allergic reaction to it or notice any other serious symptoms like dark urine, clay-colored stools or jaundice. Overdosing may result in liver failure.
You should not take Crocin 100Mg Drop if –
- You are allergic to Crocin 100Mg Drop
- You are suffering from a serious liver disorder.
- You normally consume more than 3 alcohol beverages per day or have a history of alcoholism.
There are several drugs that may interact with Crocin 100Mg Drop. Inform your doctor about all the other medications that you take including vitamins, minerals, prescribed drugs, over the counter drugs and herbal products. For adults Crocin 100Mg Drop the general dose for fever and pain is 325-650 mg tablets once in every 4 to 6 hours or 1000mg tablets once in every 6 to 8 hours. It is advised to be guided by the doctor’s prescription and never to exceed the prescribed dosage.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Internal Medicine Specialist before using this medicine.
Post Immunization Pyrexia
Analgesic Nephropathy (Kidney Disease)
Nausea or VomitingModerate Common
Allergic skin reactionModerate Less Common
Gastric / Mouth UlcerModerate Less Common
Stevens-Johnson SyndromeMajor Rare
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5-HIAA Urine TestModerate
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