Gabliscin 400 mg

Gabliscin 400 mg

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Product Description

Gabliscin have Gabapentin is an active ingredients which is an anti epileptic drug. It is in an anticonvulsant drug class. Gabapentin is a prescription medication known as a gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) analogue. GABA reduces the excitability of nerve cells (neurons) in the brain which play a role in seizures and the transmission of pain signals. Gabliscin is a medication primarily used to treat partial seizures and neuropathic pain. It is used in adults and children elder than 3 years have who are suffering from partial seizures. It is also used in shingles that may effective after a long time once had chickenpox. The virus of chickenpox stays in portal in spinal nerve which may effective by stress or any reason causing shingles. It is a first line medication for the treatment of neuropathic pain caused by diabetic neuropathy, postherpetic neuralgia, and central pain. It is most effective for the treatment of epileptic.
  • Manufactured By: Scindia Pharma
  • Active Ingredients: Gabapentin  mg
  • Release Form: Oral Tablets
  • Strength:  mg
  • Packing Size: 10*10 Tablets

Usage:  Gabliscin is anti-epileptic or anticonvulsant medicine which prevents and control partial seizures. It relieve Postherpetic neuralgia as well as moderate to severe restless legs syndrome. It is also used to relieve nerve pain following shingles. This is prescribed medicine which is completely based upon patients health conditions and severity. Weight is considered if patient is child.

  • Dosage: As directed by the physician
  • Storage: Keep in cool, dark & dry place.

Side Effects:
  • Sleepiness
  • Dry mouth
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Tiredness
  • Headache
  • Nasopharyngitis
  • Stomachache
FAQ: Gabliscin

Does Gabliscin Cause Weight Gain?
Yes, Gabliscin Can Increase Hunger Which May Affect On Weight.

Is Gabliscin Can Be Addictive?
No, It Cannot Be Addictive If It Is Taken As Per Doctors Recommendation.

Should I Drive While Taking Gabliscin?
No, Gabliscin Makes Sleepy So It Is Not Safe To Drive.

Can I Take Alcohol While Taking Gabliscin?
No, Gabliscin Makes Sleepy Along With Alcohol It May Cause Extreme Sleepiness.

Keep medicine out of reach of Children


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