Meva C Capsule
Meva C 135Mg/5Mg Capsule helps treat symptoms of intestinal disorders and irritable bowel problems, such as spastic colitis, spastic constipation, colon irritation and mucous colitis.
This medicine is a combination of Mebeverine, Chlordiazepoxide, whichbelongs to the group of medicines called anti-spasmodics and benzodiazepines respectively. The dosage for this medicine should be determined by your doctor based on the patient specifications.
It helps relax intestinal muscles, which in turn reduces pain and irritability. Meva C 135Mg/5Mg Capsule can only be prescribed to children who are above the age of 10 years. The drug can only be prescribed to children below the age of 10 if absolutely necessary.
Although Meva C 135Mg/5Mg Capsule acts as an over-the counter drug, it is always best that you take it after consulting your medical provider. This is primarily because you may experience certain side effects or even an allergic reaction in some cases, once you start taking Meva C 135Mg/5Mg Capsule.
Some common side effects of Meva C 135Mg/5Mg Capsule are problems with breathing and swelling of the hands and face. An allergic reaction to Meva C 135Mg/5Mg Capsule can result in hives, skin rashes and irritation.
Before using this drug inform your doctor if:
You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
You are taking any prescription or non-prescription drugs.
You have any allergies to any medicines, foods or substances.
You have a history of glaucoma.
You have liver/ lung/ muscle/ drug abuse problems or you smoke.
Seek immediate medical help in case. You are allowed to drives as well as consume alcohol while taking this medicine. Meva C 135Mg/5Mg Capsule is meant for oral consumption and should be taken about half an hour before a meal. Regular use of Meva C 135Mg/5Mg Capsule makes it more effective.
The primary use of this medicine includes:
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Ibs)
The most common side effects that occur after the consumption of this medicine:
Uncoordinated Body Movements
Abnormality Of Voluntary Movements
Are there any missed dose instructions?
If you miss a dose of Mebeverine, take it as soon as possible. However, if it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and go back to your regular schedule. Do not double the dose.
Are there any overdose instructions?
Contact the doctor in case of overdose.
The precise mechanism of action of Meva C135Mg/5Mg Capsule is not known. It might cause an anaesthetic effect by working directly on the smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal tract. It is used to manage irritable bowel syndrome.