Esperal

ABOUT ESPERAL?


- Esperal is a medicine that is used,  to prevent the recurrence of addiction alcohol.


- Disulfiram inhibits the enzyme involved in the metabolism of alcohol.


 

WHAT  DO YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU TAKE ESPERAL?


Do NOT take this medicine if you have:


• Serious liver disease,


• Serious kidney disease,


• Severe respiratory depression,


• Diabetes,


• Certain mental disorders,


• Cardiovascular disease,


• During the last 24 hours, you have been drinking alcohol or taking alcohol-containing medicines.




• TAKE A SPECIAL CARE WHEN TAKING ESPERAL:


  - The basic requirement is that you do not consume alcohol at all, even in very small quantities: you should avoid medication foods and prepared foods containing alcohol, as well as when using lotions after shaving and perfumes.


 - When taken with alcohol, this drug causes unpleasant and potentially dangerous disorders (so-called disulfiram


reaction): hot flushes, redness, nausea, vomiting, rapid heart rate, restlessness, and tension, as well as a drop in blood pressure.


 - Sudden fatigue, exhaustion or drowsiness.


 - Loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, jaundice


 


• Disulfiram must not be taken with any of the drugs:


    · Metronidazole, ornidazole, secnidazole, tinidazole),


    · Antibiotics (isoniazid), as well as with anti-drug


    · Antiepileptics (phenytoin).


• PRECAUTIONS FOR THE USE OF ESPERAL:


• Taking Esperal with food or drinks


 - The basic requirement is that you do not consume alcohol at all, even in very small quantities!


 - The use of this medicine is not recommended during pregnancy unless your doctor has advised you otherwise.


 - It is not recommended to use this medicine during breastfeeding.


 - The influence of Esperal on the management of motor vehicles and machine handling


 - Due to the dangers of drowsiness, motor vehicle management and the use of machinery may present danger.


 


• HOW TO USE THE ESPERAL ?


 - Swallow the whole tablet with half a glass of water in the morning, at breakfast time, after at least 24 hours of alcohol abstinence.Your doctor will advise you how long to take the Esperal drug


 • WHAT ARE KNOWN SIDE EFFECTS?


 • Digestive disorders (nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea),


 • Metal taste in the mouth; breath from the mouth,


 • Unpleasant smell in patients with colostomy,


 • Disorders of lower limb sensitivity, visual impairment,


 • Neurological disorders (loss of memory, obstruction),


 • Drowsiness and exhaustion at the beginning of treatment,


 • Headaches,


 • Skin reactions, possibly due to a previous allergy reaction


 


Due to the combination of disulfiram and alcohol:


  • Redness of the face, redness, nausea, and vomiting, tension and restlessness, rapid heart rate, drop in blood pressure;


  • Rapid heart rate, angina pectoris (chest pain), cardiovascular collapse, heart attack , sudden death, slow breathing, and neurological disorder

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Esperal

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