Lyser D Tablet is a non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs) that is used to treat fever , pain, and headache . It can also be used for the treatment of mild to moderate pain such as back pain, strains, sprains, blood clots, muscles pain, sore throat, soft tissues injuries, joints pain, inflammation, bloating , etc.
|Nature of Lyser D Tablet:||Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs)|
|Composition of Lyser D Tablet:||Diclofenac and Serratiopeptidase|
|Uses of Lyser D Tablet:||
Dental Pain, Swelling, Muscle pain, Fever, A headache, Arthralgia, Menstrual cramps, Tendinitis, Ankylosing spondylitis,
Rheumatoid arthritis, Post-operative pain, Gout and more.
|Side effects of Lyser D Tablet:||
A runny nose, Shortness of breath,
, Allergic reaction, Liver injury, Facial swelling, Abdominal pain, Blisters on the skin,
Facial swelling, Constipation, Diarrhea, Itching, Dizziness, Nausea and vomiting, Increased sweating, Increased blood pressure.
|Precautions:||Pregnancy, Driving, liver and kidney disease.|
Lyser D is manufactured by Comed Chemicals.
The uses of Lyser D tablet include treatment of fever, pain, and headache. Lyser D is also used to treat:
Following are some the reported side effects of Lyser D Tablet. It makes sense to consult a doctor if a patient experiences any of the below mentioned side effects.
The dosage is based on the condition of the patient and how the patient’s body is responding to the treatment. In children, the dosage is decided on the basis of age and weight. It is advisable to take the medicine as prescribed by the doctor.
The recommended dose of Lyser D Tablet for adults is 25 mg to 50 mg three times a day, after food. The recommended maximum daily dose for any individual is 150 mg once daily, after food.
There are two active ingredients of Lyser D Tablet:
Lyser D Tablet is prescribed to treat mild to moderate pain usually accompanied by health conditions such as a migraine, Gout, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, sprains of muscles and joints.
It can also be used to prevent and treat other conditions such as Fractures, Post-traumatic edema, dislocated shoulder and more.
Lyser D should be taken after food and with enough quantity of water. It is advisable to consult a doctor for the appropriate dosage of the medicine. One must not take less than or more than the prescribed dose of the medicine. The drug is well absorbed if taken orally. The tablet should be swallowed as a whole and should not be crushed, chewed or broken. It is advisable not to stop the medicine in between or before the course of the therapy.
The active ingredients of the Lyser D Tablet help break down the protein present in the body. This protein breakdown reduces the level of pain causing substances in the body. Whenever a patient gets injured, there is an increase in the production of a chemical called prostaglandin. This chemical, produced at the site of injury, is responsible for pain and inflammation. The active ingredient Diclofenac, present in the Lyser D, blocks the COX enzyme that is responsible for the formation of other pain-causing chemicals.
There are certain precautions that must be observed when taking Lyser D Tablet. If the patient is taking any over-the-counter medicine or is suffering from a pre-existing disease, the doctor should be informed before the starting the course of Lyser D. The medicine is should be avoided in the following conditions:
The nature of Lyser D Tablet changes after interacting with various other products, food, and drugs. Patients must consult their doctor about vitamin supplements, herbal supplements, drugs etc. being consumed with the medicine.
Lyser D majorly interacts with the following medicines:
There are various known and popular substitutes of Lyser D tablet that have the exact same composition as that of Lyser D.
Some of the most popular substitutes of Lyser D Tablet are:
Lyser D Nanotech Gel
Listed below are some of the medicines that should not be taken with Lyser D as a combination as it may lead to adverse effects. It is advisable to consult a doctor before taking any of these medicines with Lyser D.
Ans: No, it is not recommended to be use Lyser D Tablet during pregnancy. It is advised to obtain case-specific recommendations from a certified doctor.
Ans: Yes, it can be used to treat pain emanating from swelling, dental injuries or minor surgeries. However, one must administer Lyser D only after consultation with a certified doctor.
Ans: Most of the patients experience improvement in their condition from the very first day of taking Lyser D Tablet.
Ans: The duration of the course of medicine depends on the condition of the patient. There is no specific time period for taking Lyser D Tablet. Typically, doctors’ advice to take Lyser D twice daily.
Ans: Lyser D Tablet is prescribed to be taken after the food.
Ans: If one feels a bit dizzy, drowsy, etc. just after taking the medicine, they must be careful of not driving or operating heavy machinery.
Ans: No, Lyser D Tablet is not known to be addictive or habit forming, at all.
Ans: No, there is no such requirement. Lyser D Tablet can be stored at room temperature. However, Lyser D must not be kept in the direct exposure of the sun.
Ans: Lyser D may cause poisoning or some negative side effects. It advised to consult a doctor before taking Lyser D.
Ans: Following are some of the medicines that should not be taken with Lyser D Tablet to avoid severe side effects:
Question1) What is Lyser D used to treat?
Answer1) Lyser D is used to treat mild to moderate pain associated with Migraine, osteoarthritis, Gout, sprains of muscles and joints and rheumatoid arthritis. It is also prescribed to treat fever, pain, and headache.
Lyser D is used to treat and prevent the following conditions:
1. Dental and minor surgery
2. Acute Gout
3. Back pain, sprains, and strains
6. Air cavities around the nose
7. Bones and joints pain
8. Blood clots
9. Bone and joint surgery
10. Muscles pain
11. Sore throat
12. Soft tissue sports injuries
16. Ear infections
17. Rheumatoid arthritis
18. Ankylosing spondylitis
19. Frozen shoulder, dislocations and fractures
Listed below are the side effects related to the consumption of Lyser D:
1. Skin Rash
2. Increased blood pressure
3. Allergic reaction
7. Liver injury
8. Abnormal blood cell count
9. Blisters on the skin
10. Facial swelling
11. Shortness of breath
12. Running nose
13. Abdominal Pain
16. Increased sweating
17. Nausea and vomiting
Ans: No, it is not recommended to take the medicine with alcohol as it may cause adverse effects.
Ans: If by chance, you miss a dose, consume the medicine as soon as possible. But if it is time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and take the next scheduled dose. Do not take multiple doses.
Ans: The factors that should be kept in mind while taking Lyser D are Alcohol, Lactation, Kidney ailment, Liver ailment, Driving, and Hypersensitivity
Ans: Any allergy to food is not reported yet but it is advised to consult the doctor before consuming the medicine.
Following are the contraindications related to Lyser D:
1. Patients with peptic ulcer or any kind of bleeding disorder in the stomach
2. Patient who has undergone coronary artery bypass surgery
3. Allergic to any component of the disease
4. Patient with hypersensitivity
Ans: Following are the appropriate storage requirements for Lyser D:
1. The medicine should be stored in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep it away from the reach of pets and children.
2. Don’t freeze.
3. Don’t flush the medicine until not instructed.
Ans: No. Lyser D is not an over-the-counter drug. It is a prescription drug which is a combination of analgesic, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs) and an antipyretic group of drugs used to treat fever, pain, and headache. It may also be prescribed to treat mild to moderate pain related to conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, Migraine, osteoarthritis, Gout, sprains of muscles and joints.
Ans: Yes. Lyser D can be used to treat a sore throat. Lyser D is prescribed to treat pain, fever, and headache. It is advised to consult a doctor before administering the medicine.
Yes. Lyser D for the treatment of tooth pain. It is advised to consult a doctor before taking the medicine.
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