Tablet Kinpride

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Sundararajan p Says:
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chandramohan Says:
detais about kinpride tablet

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chandrasekar Says:
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I have antral gastritis l take tablet elbanz 40 and kinpride 1Mg how to use them.

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Jenna Says:
Based on my research, the medication Kinpride contains the active ingredient Cinitapride, which is used to improve gastric motility and treat or prevent ulcers.

Dosing: take 1 tablet by mouth, on an empty stomach.


DO NOT consume alcohol while on this medication.

This medication may cause drowsiness, it is unsafe to drive a car or operate machinery while taking this medication.

Be cautious when taking this medication if you have a history of gastrointestinal bleeding, mechanical obstruction or perforation, movement disorder, and if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Side effects may include:

Drowsiness and diarrhea (most common), involuntarly muscle contractions of the head, neck, and/or tongue. Skin eruptions and allergic reactions are rare.

I hope this information helps!

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Om Says:
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I've been taking kinpride 1mg tablets for constipation for the last 10 days, but now I am suffering from tinnitus. Is kinpride causing the increase in tinnitus?

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jyoti Says:
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mam mere dudh kafi bde h mere ko es ki dabai chahiye plz help me

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