Alverine Citrate 60mg (100 Capsules)
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Alverine citrate is an anti-spasmodic medicine which relaxes the muscles in the intestine (gut) and uterus (womb). Easing the symptoms help people of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
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Alverine Citrate 60 mg Capsules
At My Pharmacy we currently offer Alverine Citrate 60 mg Capsules as the only strength available. Lower strength treatments are usually administered for mild cases of irritable bowel syndrome, the strength can increased in more severe cases, up to Alverine Citrate 120mg Capsules.
Each box of Alverine Citrate 60 mg Capsules contains 100 hard capsules and can treat symptoms for a maximum of one month.
Alverine Citrate 120mg Capsules
Depending on how severe your Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms are your doctor may recommend a high strength, Alverine Citrate 120mg Capsules. This would be double the strength of Alverine Citrate 60 mg Capsules.
Alverine Citrate 60 mg Hard Capsules
Alverine Citrate 60 mg Hard Capsules consist of two pieces, a cap and a body. Each capsule should be easy to swallow, with a shell that masks the taste of the medication. Traditionally Alverine Citrate 60 mg Hard Capsules are made of gelatine, which is a protein that is derived from animal parts, usually translucent, colourless and flavourless.
Alverine Citrate 60 mg Hard Capsules and other standard capsules release medication into the stomach and can provide faster relief to symptoms when compared to standard tablets. This can be especially helpful in people suffering from a stint of irritable bowel syndrome.
Alverine Citrate Capsules
Alverine Citrate Capsules are what is known as an anti-spasmodic medicine. It helps relax the muscles in the intestines and uterus (womb). When the muscles in these areas become tense, Alverine Citrate Capsules can help relieve cramp and pain.
Other uses of Alverine Citrate Capsules include treating a condition of the large intestine called painful diverticular disease of the colon, as well as relieving period pains.
Alverine Citrate 120 mg Capsule
Before taking an Alverine Citrate 120 mg Capsule you should know the following:
- If you are allergic to any of the substances contained within an Alverine Citrate 120 mg Capsule you should not take it.
- If you have been told that you have an obstruction of the gut or that your small bowel isn’t working properly, do not take any Alverine Citrate 120 mg Capsule.
- Using machinery and taking an Alverine Citrate 120 mg Capsule should be avoided. It’s possible this medication may make you feel dizzy.
Alverine Citrate 60 mg Capsules For IBS
Alverine Citrate 60 mg Capsules For IBS should help manage and relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Although taking Alverine Citrate 60 mg Capsules For IBS can help, there are other measures you should try and follow that can discourage IBS from flaring up:
- Manage stress levels. Higher levels of stress can cause IBS to flare.
- Take your time with meals, don’t rush.
- Eat a balanced diet that includes fibre and leafy greens.
- Keep track of the food you eat and avoid any that makes your IBS worse.
Alverine Citrate 60mg Capsules
Alverine Citrate 60mg Capsules should be kept out of the sight and reach of children.
After the expiry date displayed on the carton, Alverine Citrate 60mg Capsules should not be used. The expiry date refers to the last day of the month displayed.
Alverine Citrate 60mg Capsules does not require any special storage conditions. Your pharmacist or doctor can give you advice on how to dispose of this medication. Alverine Citrate 60mg Capsules should not be thrown away via wastewater or household waste.
Alverine Citrate Capsules For Period Pain
Alverine Citrate Capsules For Period Pain isn’t usually prescribed for period crams, although some doctors may prescribe it if they think it can help. Period pains are causes by muscle contractions in the uterus (dysmenorrhea).
Dysmenorrhea is usually onset around the time menstruation begins. Symptoms can typically last for up to three days and can significantly alter someone’s quality of life. The pain can range from mild to severe and can be felt in the lower abdomen, back or thighs.
Alverine Citrate Capsules For Period Pain may improve the above symptoms. Your doctor will ultimately decide if it will provide any relief for you.
Alverine Citrate Capsules Over The Counter
Can you get Alverine Citrate capsules over the counter?
No, Alverine Citrate Capsules cannot be purchased over the counter, it’s only available via a prescription in the UK.
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Alverine Citrate Capsules Side Effects
Like with all medicine, Alverine Citrate Capsules Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Alverine Citrate Capsules side effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
Below is a list of Alverine Citrate Capsules Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken Alverine Citrate 60 mg Capsules. For a full list, please refer to the patient information leaflet.
If you notice any of the following symptoms, immediately stop taking Alverine citrate and see your doctor –
- Difficulties breathing, shortness of breath, wheezing, swelling of the face or other parts of your body, typical signs of a severe allergic reaction
- Yellowing of the whites of the eyes or skin, inflammation of the liver has been known to occur.
- Feeling sick of dizzy
- Itchy skin or rash, typical allergic reaction
- Increased levels of liver enzyme
Can Alverine Citrate Capsules Cause Pain In Bones
Can Alverine Citrate capsules cause pain in bones?
No, as far as reported side effects and the frequency of those side effects are reported, bone pain is not listed.
The question of “Can Alverine Citrate Capsules cause pain in bones?” would be better asked to your doctor. You may have previous conditions that could cause this to happen, or you may be one of the first to experience bone pain when taking alverine citrate. Everyone can react differently to new medications, some may experience no side effects, some mild, so more severe.
If you experience bone pain when taking Alverine Citrate capsules, please report it via the yellow card scheme.
Alverine Citrate Weight Gain
Alverine Citrate weight gain isn’t directly caused by the medication itself, rather a symptom of irritable bowel syndrome.
On one hand, people may experience severe abdominal cramping and pain and in turn eat fewer calories than they normally would, therefore causing weight loss. Then on the other side, others may stick to certain foods, that they know don’t flare up their IBS, that contain more calories than needed, thus causing Alverine citrate weight gain.
If you are concerned with Alverine citrate weight gain, work with your doctor to create a diet that consists of a healthy maximum calorie intake.
Alverine Citrate Capsules Uses
Alverine Citrate Capsules uses include the following:
- Helps relieve the symptoms of IBS
- Abdominal pains like that come and go
- Feeling full and bloated
- Wanting to go to the toilet urgently
- Painful diverticular disease of the colon
- Period pains
Any queries regarding Alverine citrate capsules uses, please contact us by email. Our customer support team will happily answer any questions you may have about Alverine Citrate Capsules.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder that affects the large intestine. Signs and symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both. IBS is a chronic condition that you’ll need to manage long term.
Only a small number of people with IBS have severe signs and symptoms. Some people can control their symptoms by managing diet, lifestyle and stress. More-severe symptoms can be treated with medication and counseling.
IBS doesn’t cause changes in bowel tissue or increase your risk of colorectal cancer.
The signs and symptoms of IBS vary. The most common include:
– Abdominal pain, cramping or bloating that is typically relieved or partially relieved by passing a bowel movement
– Excess gas
– Diarrhea or constipation — sometimes alternating bouts of diarrhea and constipation
– Mucus in the stool
Most people with IBS experience times when the signs and symptoms are worse and times when they improve or even disappear completely.
When to see a doctor
See your doctor if you have a persistent change in bowel habits or other signs or symptoms of IBS. They may indicate a more serious condition, such as colon cancer. More-serious signs and symptoms include:
– Weight loss
– Diarrhea at night
– Rectal bleeding
– Iron deficiency anemia
– Unexplained vomiting
– Difficulty swallowing
– Persistent pain that isn’t relieved by passing gas or a bowel movement
Medicines and their side effects can affect individual people in different ways. When taking Alverine, there aren’t that many side effects to look out for, but here are a few you may experience:
– Dizziness or feeling sick or nauseous
– Allergic reactions (itching or rash)
If you notice yellowing of the skin, or have a severe allergic reaction to the medication, you must notify a doctor immediately
Alverine should not be used without first consulting your doctor if any of the following apply to you:
– This is the first time you have suffered from symptoms associated with IBS
– You are over the age of 40
– You have found blood in your stools
– You have severe constipation
– You feel sick or have been vomiting
– You are eating less or have lost weight
– You look pale and feel lethargic
– You are having trouble urinating
– You have abnormal vaginal bleeding/discharge
– You are or might be pregnant
– You have been abroad recently
If new symptoms develop after taking Alverine, if your symptoms become worse, or if they do not improve after two weeks, cease usage and consult with your doctor.