Meva Sr

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zydus adilac ## Meva SR contains the active ingredient Mebeverine, this is a muscular antispasmodic. Side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Read more: Do you have any questions? ## MY SON WAS SUFFERING FROM STOMACHACHE AND DOCTOR HAS SUGGESTED TO TAKE MEVA RS AND MY SON HAD TAKEN ONE CAPSULE MEVA RS ON 7/7/2011 NIGHT AND HE HAD AFFECTED BY SEVERE URTICARIA ON THE WHOLE BODY. ON INTERNATE I FOUND THAT MEBEVERINE HAS RARE SIDE EFFECT BUT I FACED PROBLEM. NOW HE IS TAKING ATARAX 10 MG. IS HE CURED IN TWO-THREE DAYS? ## How long this medicine Meva SR capsules can be taken and what is the daily dose. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Antispasmodic.
Fri, Dec 07 '12, 10:03 AM
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As per Doctor"advice iam taking Meva sr for 2 weeks. Ifind that my random sugar level goes down after taking the tablet. Is this a side effect of Meva sr? Please clarify. Chandrasekhar. ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Thu, Aug 01 '13, 5:17 AM
How long we can use Meva Sr & Serlift combination
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My age is sixtysix. I was suffering from IBS and doctor initially suggested Prividac and then colspa retard for couple of months but thereafter advised Meva-Sr tablets -2 tabs daily before major meal along with Serlift 25. I am using Meva-Sr as above along with Serlift 25 for last 5 years and feel confortable. If I use such medicine continuously, will this have any adverse side effect on my health? ## Hi Swapan, please get checked for any vitamin-D deficiency you have, without missing. Thanks SRinivas ...
Updated 3 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Tue, Aug 19 '14, 12:26 AM
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sir actually i was having large instestine ulceration then doctor give me colospa retard and ulceration was healed but the problem is iam suffering from pain again now iam using meva sr, wht i can do to control my pain ...
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Wed, Mar 28 '12, 11:13 AM
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dosage ## I only found some limited details about this medication. It appears to be available in India and contain Lactobacillus (a type of bacteria) for restoring healthy bacteria in the intestines. Also, finding details about dosages is vague because the information is presented in a way which i do not understand. For example I have read "1-1-1 for two weeks" or "1-0-1", but I am not sure what that refers to. For specific dosage I would recommend double checking with the doctor who prescribed this medication. Supplemental details are available at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ## FOR ibms which is better medicine, Meva SR or Provodac or Colospa Retard ## The dosage 1-1-1 means that you have to take the medicine thr... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lactobacillus.
Wed, Aug 21 '13, 2:11 AM

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