Ethasyl 250 MG Injection is a haemostatic drug. Haemostatic also known as Antihemorrhagic is a drug that helps in stopping excessive bleeding from capillaries or vessels. Other kinds of bleeding include Neonatal intraventricular haemorrhage, Melena, Hematuria, Epistaxis, Secondary bleeding caused by thrombocytopenia, and so on.
Ethasyl 250 MG Injection functions in the restoration of your capillary endothelial resistance. It improves platelet adhesion by improving it and inhibits the process of biosynthesis. Common side effects of Ethasyl 250 MG Injection include headache, feelings of nausea, hypotension and outbreaks on the skin in the form of rashes.
Before taking Ethasyl 250 MG Injection as a precaution make sure to inform your doctor of these conditions
Dosage advised is orally, about 500mg into four times during menstruation to stop heavy and excessive bleeding in the case of menorrhagia. For Post- surgery in adults it is recommended that you take about 250-500 mg every four to six hours to control the possibility of a hemorrhage. Apart from oral consumption it can also be taken through an IV. If you miss a dose take it as soon as possible. But if it is already time for your next one, do not club doses. Skip it completely. When you are mixing Ethasyl 250 MG Injection with other foods or beverages, there is a possibility you could stand the perils of a drug interaction which might have adverse effects.
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 Hematologist before using this medicine.