Cataspa Tablet is a combination drug that is used to relieve abdominal discomfort. By relaxing the muscles of the stomach and gut, it effectively reduces abdominal pain, bloating, discomfort, and cramps. It also inhibits the release of pain-causing chemical signals.
Cataspa Tablet is taken with food at the dose and for the duration of time recommended by the doctor. The dose you receive will be determined by your medical condition and how you react to the medicine. You should continue to take this medicine for as long as your doctor advises. If you stop taking your medicine too soon, your symptoms may return and your condition may deteriorate. Tell your doctor about all other medicines you’re taking, as some may interact with or be affected by this one.
Cataspa Tablet is a mixture of two drugs that reduces stomach pain and cramps: Dicyclomine and Diclofenac. Dicyclomine is an anticholinergic that relaxes the muscles of the stomach and intestines (intestine). It relieves cramps, pain, bloating, and discomfort by stopping abrupt muscle contractions (spasms). Diclofenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine (NSAID) that acts by inhibiting the release of chemical messengers that induce pain and inflammation in the abdomen (swelling).
Cataspa Tablet is used in the treatment of Abdominal pain
Directions for use
Follow your doctor’s instructions on the dosage and duration of this medicine. Take it all in at once. It should not be chewed, crushed, or broken. Cataspa tablet should be consumed with food.
The majority of side effects are minor and will go away as your body adjusts to the medicine. If they don’t go away or you’re worried about them, see your doctor.
Adverse effects side effects of Cataspa Tablet
Loss of appetite
Dryness in mouth