Ranitidine

Ranitidine is an active ingredient which belongs to the class of histamine H2-receptor blockers. Ranitidine is mainly found in drugs prescribed for the treatment of diseases where the amount of stomach acid is the cause of the disease. There are different concentrations of ranitidine in drugs that are believed to inhibit acid production in the … Read more

Contraindications | Ranitidine

Contraindications In general, in case of known hypersensitivity reactions to the active substance Ranitidine, it should not be taken. A physician should also always be consulted in the case of previous allergic reactions to active substances of the group of histamine H2-receptor blockers. In the presence of the metabolic disorder of the acute porphyria should … Read more

Side effects | Ranitidine

Side effects As with most drugs, there are side effects that can occur when taking Ranitidine. Many of the organs present in humans have histamine H2 receptors, the site of action of ranitidine, but adverse effects on organs, apart from the effects in the stomach, are little known. Nevertheless, in rare cases side effects may … Read more

Mucofalk®

Explanation/Definition Mucofalk® is a herbal remedy for constipation from the group of swelling and filling agents, or softeners for stool. The active ingredient of the drug is ground psyllium husks from the plant Plantagoovata. In addition, it is used for the relief of irritable bowel syndrome, as well as to support diarrhea. Dosage forms Mucofalk® … Read more

Contraindications/ Contraindications | Mucofalk®

Contraindications/ Contraindications Although Mucofalk® is a herbal remedy, in some cases it is not permitted to take it. These include: Allergies to the ingredients, especially Indian flea seed husks Pathological narrowing of the oesophagus or stomach Swallowing problems Intestinal obstruction Sudden, long-term change in stool behaviour Blood in the stool Severe form of diabetes (diabetes … Read more

Ulcogant®

An ulcer in the area of the stomach or duodenum can cause very severe pain. More precisely, an ulcer is a defect in the skin, which can reach deep layers. In some cases, this skin lesion can be so deep that it breaks through the wall and causes gastric or intestinal contents to be emptied … Read more

Application and dosage | Ulcogant®

Application and dosage Tablets and suspension are applied and dosed in the same scheme. If you suffer from a duodenal ulcer, take Ulcogant® 4 times a day. This can be done by 4×1 sachet/tablet or 2×2 sachets/tablet. In case of gastric ulcers and reflux-related inflammation of the esophagus (reflux esophagitis), 4×1 sachet/tablet per day is … Read more

Ranitic®

Ranitic® is a partially prescription drug containing Ranitidine as the active ingredient. The drug is a histamine H2-receptor blocker and is prescribed for symptoms such as heartburn. Ranitic® is available in film-coated tablets containing either 75mg, 150mg, or 300mg Ranitidine. Prescription is only required for those packages containing 150mg or 300mg of the active ingredient … Read more

Contraindications | Ranitic®

Contraindications Ranitic® should not be taken if there is a known allergy to the active ingredient Ranitidine. Even if hypersensitivity reactions to drugs with similar active substances as Ranitidine are known, a physician should be consulted regarding the use of Ranitic. Since the active substance contained in Ranitic® can trigger an acute porphyria attack, the … Read more

Side effects | Ranitic®

Side effects As with all medicines, Ranitic® can cause side effects. Overall, however, the drug is considered to be well tolerated. The most common side effects reported are those that affect the acute state of health. These include frequent fatigue, nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, constipation and skin rash. Occasionally, liver values in the blood count may … Read more

Iberogast

Introduction Iberogast® is a plant-based medication to support the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. It is used for the treatment of motility related and functional gastrointestinal diseases. These include irritable stomach syndrome and irritable bowel syndrome is also counted among the gastrointestinal diseases treatable with Iberogast®. It also has a supportive effect on complaints with irritation … Read more

Dosage | Iberogast

Dosage Adults and also teenagers from 13 years of age take 20 drops of Iberogast® three times a day. Children from six to twelve years take 15 drops of Iberogast® three times a day. Children between the ages of three and five years have to take a maximum of 10 drops of Iberogast® three times … Read more