Aciloc 300 Mg
Aciloc 300 Mg Tablet belongs to a drug group known as histamine-2 blocker. The drug reduced the amount of acid production in the stomach, effectively treating stomach and intestine ulcers. Moreover, the drug also helps control conditions like gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and zollinger-ellison syndrome which lead to excessive acid production in the stomach.
Patients need to be aware that Aciloc 300 Mg Tablet intake can increase the chances of succumbing to pneumonia. Its symptoms are pain in the chest, fever, coughing up slimy green snort and problems with breathing. Also make sure that you are not allergic to the drug. Make sure it is safe for you to consume Aciloc 300 Mg Tablet, if you suffer from health problems like liver, kidney disease and porphyria. Although the drug does not really harm an unborn child, ensure that you tell your doctor if you are pregnant. The drug does pass into breast build, thus let your doctor know if you are on the drug while breast feeding too.
Drug = Ranitidine
Strength = 300 Mg
Manufacturer = Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
How To Take
Take Aciloc 300 Mg medicine in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Swallow it as a whole. Do not chew, crush or break it. Aciloc 300 Mg Tablet may be taken with or without food, but it is better to take it at a fixed time.
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Pregnancy: There are not enough studies on humans to confirm the effects of this drug on the fetus. So, it is best to consult a doctor who can weigh the benefits with the associated risks involved.
Breastfeeding: This tablet is relatively safe for lactating women as only considerably small quantity passes through breast milk which does not harm the feeding infant.
Allergy: Aciloc 300 Mg Tablet should not be used by patients who are allergic to any of the active components present in the composition or any of their excipients.
Porphyria: Aciloc 300 Mg should be completely avoided by patients with acute Porphyria, a rare hereditary disease.
Gastrointestinal bleeding: This tablet should not be used in case of gastrointestinal bleeding remarked by blood in vomit or stools.
Kidney disorder: Aciloc 300 Mg should be used with utmost caution in patients with a history of any kidney or liver ailments as the dosage may need to be altered in accordance with their requirements. Consumption should be completely avoided by patients with severe kidney or liver damage/ailments.
Alcohol: It is best to avoid alcohol consumption while being on a dose of Aciloc 300 Mg as alcohol increases acid production in the food pipe. This tablet can also slow down the breakdown of alcohol, thus increasing its levels in the blood.
Aciloc 300 Mg medicine is used for the short-term treatment of ulcers of the first part of the small intestine (duodenum). It can also be used to prevent recurrence of ulcer in some patients. Aciloc 300 Mg medicine is used for the short-term treatment of stomach ulcers that are benign. It is also used as a maintenance therapy after the ulcers have healed. Aciloc 300 Mg medicine is used to relieve the symptoms of this rare condition where the acid secretion in the stomach is abnormally high.