Etamsylate and Tranexamic Acid Tablets

Name : NEXIC-E

Packing : 10x10Alu/Alu

Price : Rs. 1490

Indication :

Etamsylate and Tranexamic Acid Tablets is a combination medication that contains two drugs: Etamsylate and Tranexamic. This combination medicine is effective for menorrhagia (heavy menstrual bleeding), Postoperative hemorrhage, and Local fibrinolysis. Etamsylate is a hemostatic that functions by increasing platelets' ability to stick together (platelet adhesion) and form blood clots. In addition, it helps control bleeding from capillaries (small blood vessels). Tranexamic Acid is an antifibrinolytic that prevents the breakdown of blood clots. It blocks the action and release of plasmin, which is essential for the breakdown of clots. Thereby, it helps control excessive bleeding.

Collectively, they help females control heavy menstrual bleeding. One should not take Etamsylate and Tranexamic Acid Tablets if allergic to Etamsylate, Tranexamic acid, or any other ingredients used in the formulation. Also, individuals with a history of disseminated intravascular coagulation, kidney failure, thrombosis, porphyria, seizures, etc., should avoid taking this medicine. Further, before using this medicine, consult your healthcare provider.

Precautions for Etamsylate and Tranexamic Acid Tablets

Take this medicine as prescribed for the best effects. In addition, consider following the official guidelines mentioned on the label. Moreover, be on the safe side, take the following measures.

  1. Do not take Etamsylate and Tranexamic Acid Tablets with alcoholic beverages. It may increase the risk of adverse reactions.
  2. Swallow this medicine as a whole with a glass of water without breaking, chewing, or crushing it. Take it in the duration and dose prescribed by the doctor.
  3. Do not commence a treatment course with this medication until the disease is established. Also, it can interact with birth control pills. So, inform the doctor if using contraceptives. It may include patches, vaginal rings, intrauterine devices, etc. There is a risk of deep vein thrombosis.
  4. This medicine belongs to pregnancy category "B." It may not show any harmful effects to the fetus. However, pregnant women should use it with caution. In short, use this medicine when prescribed.
  5. Though Etamsylate and Tranexamic Acid Tablets don't affect one's ability to concentrate, or drive vehicles, be cautious while using them. Do not drive, operate machinery, or do any activity requiring mental focus until you know how this medicine affects you.

With these points in mind, use this medicine and attain the best possible effects. In addition, you should use this medicine exactly as the doctor has told you. To know more deets regarding the usage of this medicine, confer with your healthcare provider.

Most Common Side-effects

Like other medications, this medicine may also cause some common adverse reactions. Though those adverse effects are mild to moderate and temporary, inform the doctor if you notice any persistent problem. The most common ADRs of this medicine include the following.

  1. Rash
  2. Nausea
  3. Diarrhea
  4. Stomach pain
  5. Headache

The above listed are the most common side effects that don't require any special medical attention. However, if you notice any exceptional side effect or problem that doesn't go away, please inform your healthcare provider.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is the use of Etamsylate and Tranexamic Acid Tablets?

A. Etamsylate and Tranexamic Acid Tablets is a combination medicine that contains: Tranexamic acid and Etamsylate. It is used as an effective treatment for menorrhagia (heavy menstrual bleeding), Postoperative hemorrhage, and Local fibrinolysis.

Q. Is ethamsylate and tranexamic acid the same?

A. Etamsylate is a hemostatic while Tranexamic Acid is an antifibrinolytic. Also, they both have different mechanisms of action.

Q. Which is better Ethamsylate, or tranexamic acid?

A. An established study suggests that both ethamsylate and tranexamic acid is effective in the management of menorrhagia (heavy menstrual bleeding). However, tranexamic acid is superior to ethamsylate if you talk about the effectiveness, blood loss, and improvement in the quality of life.

Additional Information

Composition : Tranexamic Acid               250 mg

Etamsylate                          250 mg
  • Cervical Conization, Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding , Menorrhagia
  • TRANEXAMIC ACID PROVEN ANTIFIBRINOLYTIC AGENT INHIBITS CONVERSION OF PLASMINOGEN TO PLASMIN HENCE PREVENTS BREAKDOWN OF CLOT HELPS IN STABILIZING THE CLOT EFFECTIVE IN CERVICAL CONIZATION MENORRHAGIA POST-ABORTAL HEMORRHAGE DYSFUNCTIONAL UTERINE BLEEDING POSTPARTUM HEMORRHAGE IUCD INDUCED MENORRHAGIA
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