Serazen D 50 Mg/10 Mg Tablet is a non-steroidal anti-inflammation medication which is used as a painkiller in the treatment of conditions like Gout, migraines, Rheumatoid Arthritis, fever and to some degree of muscle spasms and joints. It is known to effectively relieve pain, swelling and joint stiffness caused by arthritis. This is a prescription drug and has some severe side effects such as abdominal pain, constipation, Diarrhoea, Nausea and vomiting, these side effects can generally be avoided by taking the drug with food. The consumption of alcohol is not advisable as it may cause dizziness and in severe cases gastro-intestinal bleeding. The medication is not recommended for pregnant women and is known to pass down through milk while breast-feeding. Patients suffering from peptic ulcer and have undergone Coronary artery bypass are not recommended to this medication. If the patient suffers from various conditions such as Asthma, impaired kidney function and heart diseases they need to consult a doctor before undergoing treatment. The strength of this medication depends upon the age, gender and physical conditions of the patient. It is not recommended if you are expecting or planning on becoming pregnant anytime soon. During pregnancy, it is not recommended in the first and last trimesters of the pregnancy due to the possible harm of the fetus.
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.
The effect generally lasts for about 2-3 hours after intake of the medication.
The medication having a potassium base usually starts its action within 10-15 minutes of intake as it is easier for the absorption in the the stomach.
This medication is generally not recommended for pregnant women as it can cause harm to the developing child and alter the developmental progress.
No habit forming tendencies were reported and is not addictive.
Breast-feeding mother are not advised to take this medication as traces of the drug passes on through breast milk.
It is not recommended with alcohol as it may interact and cause in the increase of side effects such as dizziness, fatigue, weakness and sever gastrointestinal bleeding. This will do more harm than good and is therefore not suggested that the two be mixed together.
If you have missed a dose then take it as soon as you remember, do not overlap or take multiple doses to make up for the missed dose.
If there are symptoms of overdose then contact the nearest emergency room and get professional help.