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MucosolvanMucosolvan

30 mg Tablets

ambroxol hydrochloride

 

(a) Active Ingredients

Each Mucosolvan tablet contains ambroxol hydrochloride 30mg.

 

(b) Inactive Ingredients

Mucosolvan tablet also contains lactose, maize starch, colloidal silica and magnesium sterate.

 

(c) What Mucosolvan is used for

Mucosolvan is used in conditions where there are lot of thick secretions or mucus in your air passages.

 

Mucosolvan contains ambroxol hydrochloride, which helps to clear the chest by thinning the mucus in your air passage.

 

(d) Taking Mucosolvan

The recommended dose for adults is 1 tablet 3 times daily

 

For better effect, you may administer 2 tablets 2 times daily. The tablets should be taken after meals with liquid.

 

Mucosolvan liquid formulation is available for children.

 

Mucosolvan is not recommended for children under 2 years of age without medical advice.

 

The use of Mucosolvan without medical supervision is not intended in patients who suffer from such condition chronically.

 

Medical advice should be sought if the symptoms last longer than 14 days and/or if the symptoms increase in spite of treatment with Mucosolvan.

 

(e) Warnings

* When you must not take Mucosolvan

Do not use Mucosolvan if you are allergic to ambroxol or to any or the other ingredients in Mucosolvan.

 

If you are not sure if you have these allergies, you should raise those concerns with your doctor or pharmacist.

 

You should not use Mucosolvan after the EXPIRY DATE on the carton or container.

 

* Before you start to take Mucosolvan

Before taking Mucosolvan, you must tell your doctor or pharmacist if you have, or have had, any of the following conditions :

Liver problems

Kidney problems

 

Before using mucosolvan it is important to tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any other medicines, obtained with or without a doctor's prescription.

 

Mucosolvan may increase the amount of antibiotic penetration. Antibiotics are medicines used to treat infections.

 

* Side effects

You should be aware that all medicines carry some risks and that all possible risks may not be known at this stage despite thorough testing.

 

Ask for the advise of your doctor or pharmacist if you have any concerns about the effects of taking Mucosolvan.

 

Occasional, milkd side effects from Mucosolvan include :

Nausea

Diarrhoea,

Indigestion

A feeling of fullness in the stomach ( a bloated feeling ).

 

Very rarely serious allergic reactions have occurred with the use of Mucosolvan. Symptoms of allergic reactions may include :

Skin rashes,

Difficulty in breathing

Swelling of the face, lips, mouth, tongue or throat which may cause difficulty swallowing or breathing.

 

Tell your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible if you experience any side effects during or after taking Mucosolvan, so that these may be properly treated. In addition, unexpected effects, not listed above, can occur with any medicine.

 

You should tell your doctor or pharmacist if you notice anything unusual, during or after taking Mucosolvan.

 

* Pregnancy

Ask for your doctor's advice if you are pregnant, or likely to become pregnant during your course of medication.

 

Special care is recommended during pregnancy, especially during the first 3 months of pregnancy. The benefits of Mucosolvan must be assessed against possible effects on your child.

 

* Breastfeeding

Ask for your doctor's advice if you are breastfeeding, or likely to breastfeed during your course of medication.

 

The benefits of Mucosolvan must be assessed against possible effects on your child.

 

* If you have taken too much Mucosolvan

Seek medical advice if you have taken more than the recommended or prescribed dose of Mucosolvan.

 

Advice can be provided by a doctor or pharmacist.

 

(f) Storage condition

Mucosolvan should be kept in a dry place where the temperature stays below 30C.

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