Tidilan Injection 2ml is a vasodilator and uterine relaxant. It is used in the treatment of premature labor (when the uterus starts contracting for birth too early than usual). It is also helpful in the treatment of peripheral vascular diseases.
Tidilan Injection 2ml is given as an injection under the supervision of a doctor. It should be taken as your doctor’s advice. The dose and how often you take it depends on what you are taking it for. Your doctor will decide how much you need to improve your symptoms. You should take this medicine for as long as it is prescribed for you.
Dizziness is the most common side effect of the medicine. If these bother you or appear serious, let your doctor know. To lower the chance of dizziness, you must rise slowly, if getting up from sitting or lying position or avoid driving or attention requiring activities.
Before taking the medicine, tell your doctor if you have ever had heart problems or bleeding disorder. Your doctor should also know about all other medicines you are taking as many of these may make this medicine less effective or change the way it works. You must avoid taking part in any strenuous or stressful activities to prevent premature labor.
USES OF TIDILAN INJECTION
- Treatment of Premature Labor
- Treatment of peripheral vascular disease
BENEFITS OF TIDILAN INJECTION
In Treatment of Premature Labor
In Treatment of Peripheral vascular disease
SIDE EFFECTS OF TIDILAN INJECTION
Common side effects of Tidilan
HOW TO USE TIDILAN INJECTION
HOW TIDILAN INJECTION WORKS
FAQ’s ABOUT TIDILAN INJECTION 2ML
Q. What is Tidilan Injection 2ml and what is it used for?
A: Tidilan 5mg Injection contains a medicine called Isoxsuprine. It is used in the treatment of premature labor, a condition when uterus starts contracting too early than usual. It may also be used in the treatment of peripheral vascular diseases.
Q. How and in what dose should I take Tidilan Injection 2ml?
A: It is given as an injection, only at the hospital or clinic by the medical healthcare professional. The dose is decided by the doctor, depending on the contraction pattern or the current medical situation of the patient.
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