Rebagen tablet is a type of antacid that is used to help people relieve the symptoms of a number of gastrointestinal problems. Most commonly, this medicine is used to treat gastric ulcers, peptic ulcers, acidity, gastritis and GERD.
The way this medicine works is that it helps your body by enhancing the mucosal defence within the stomach. This protects the lining of the stomach and intestines from acidity and its harmful effects.
Furthermore, this also helps in decreasing free radicals in the body. It also helps by increasing the overall blood flow in the intestines. Rebagen can lead to a few minor side effects. These include nausea, dryness in the mouth, fatigue, weakness, dizziness, and dehydration.
You must take the medicine as directed by your healthcare provider. This is medicine is taken orally and is available in the form of a tablet. Pregnant women, as well as women who are breastfeeding, should be cautious if they have to take this medicine.
This medicine is prescribed for the following conditions:
Gastric / Mouth Ulcer
Is It safe with alcohol?Consult your doctor before consuming alcohol.
Are there any pregnancy warnings?
No, this drug is not safe for pregnant women as it can affect the foetus.
Are there any breast-feeding warnings?
No, this medication is not safe for breastfeeding women as it can affect the baby.
Is it safe to drive while on this medicine?
As some of the side effects include confusion and weakness, it is not advisable to drive after taking the medication.
Does this affect kidney function?
Patients who have impaired kidney function should not take this drug as it can lead to more kidney problems.
Does this affect liver function?
Patients who have impaired liver function should not take this drug as it can lead to more liver problems, including liver failure.
How long is the duration of effect?
The duration of effect lasts for 24 hours.
What is the onset of action?
The onset of action occurs anytime after an 1 hour after taking it.
Is it habit forming?
There are no habit forming tendencies reported with this pill.
Are there any missed dose instructions?
If you miss a dose, you should take one as soon as you remember that you’ve missed the dose.
Are there any overdose instructions?
If you have overdosed on the pill, you must consult your doctor immediately. Certain signs of overdose include fast heartbeat, weakness, fainting and confusion.
This drug is derived from 2-(1H) quinolinone and is an amino acid. It is used for safeguarding mucosal, curing gastroduodenal ulcers, and controlling gastritis. It increases mucosal defense, rummages through free radicals and activates genes encoding cyclooxygenase-2.
Whenever you take more than one medicine, or mix it with certain foods or beverages, you"re at risk of a drug interaction.
Interaction with Alcohol
When taken with alcohol, this medication can increase the patient's risk of developing stomach ulcers and bleeding.
Interaction with Medicine
These tablets can have adverse interactions with certain medications. These include any anticholinergic drugs.
Interaction with Disease
It can have negative interactions with certain diseases. These include asthma, impaired kidney function, and gastro-intestinal toxicity.
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