Doxyril 25Mg Tablet is an antidepressant used to treat mental or mood problems such as insomnia, depression and anxiety. It helps improve mood and instil feelings of well-being, it relieves anxiety and tension, helps you sleep better and more peacefully, and increases your energy level. This medication is part of a class of medications called tricyclic antidepressants, which works by affecting the balance of certain natural chemicals called neurotransmitters in the brain and nervous system.
Some side effects of Doxyril 25Mg Tablet may include dizziness, blurred vision, drowsiness, and dry mouth, trouble in urinating or constipation. To relieve dizziness, get up slowly from or a lying or sitting position. Suck on ice chips, chew gum or drink water to relieve dry mouth. Adjust your diet to prevent constipation. Include plenty of water and fibre into your diet and exercise regularly. If any of these symptoms persist, consult your doctor immediately. In case of overdose, a hospital should be contacted. Some symptoms of overdose may include extreme drowsiness, hallucinations, fast or irregular heartbeat, fainting, slow or shallow breathing and seizures. This medication should not be taken by people who have been allergic to any ingredient of Doxyril 25Mg Tablet or to other trycyclic antidepressant medicines like amoxapine and have narrow angle glaucoma that is untreated or have serious trouble urinating.
Papular urticaria is a very common reaction to insect bites. It is more commonly seen in youngsters than in grown-ups. Spots with itchy red bumps of 0.2 to 2 cm in width may appear every few days during the summer or autumn months. In some cases, each spot builds up a blister that usually contains liquid.
Despite the fact that the general frequency rate is unknown, papular urticaria has a tendency to occur during spring and summer months. Common symptoms of urticaria can differ from person to person, and as a rule, they tend to create blood red, raised spots on the pores and skin. It creates a bothersome skin sensitivity that may include tiny bumps. Here are a few ways through which you can treat the disease: