Remethan is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that alleviates pain and inflammatory symptoms. It may inhibit the action of some chemicals in the body that are connected to inflammation. They do not address the underlying condition that is causing the symptoms. Before using this medicine, you need to read the instructions carefully and take some consideration to avoid its side effects.
What is Remethan?
Remethan is an NSAID used to treat joint pain and other symptoms of osteoarthritis, such as inflammation, edema, stiffness, and joint discomfort. Remethan, on the other hand, does not cure osteoarthritis and will only aid you for as long as you continue to use it.
How to use Remethan?
Remethan should be taken exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Check the medicine’s label for precise dose directions. Take your time reading the medication guide which is an additional patient information leaflet. Each time you get Remethan refilled, read it again. Moreover, you should take Remethan by mouth. If it irritates your stomach, take it with meals. It is possible that taking it with meals will not reduce the risk of stomach or intestinal disorders. If you experience chronic stomach distress, see your doctor or pharmacist. Do not forget to take Remethan with a full glass of water.
What is Remethan used for?
Remethan is a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory drug. This drug works by limiting the generation of inflammatory chemicals by decreasing the activity of natural enzymes (Cyclooxygenase-1 and Cyclooxygenase-2). Moreover, it can treat pain and inflammation caused by injuries and diseases that affect body movement, as well as pain and inflammation caused by other painful conditions such as fracture, trauma, low back pain, dislocations, dental and other minor surgery, tearing or stretching of the connective tissue between bones and joints, or pulled muscle. Remethan may also be used in conjunction with other drugs as prescribed by a doctor to treat specific concerns, and treat mild to severe pain in combination with opioid medications.
Specifically, Remethan topical 3 percent gel treats actinic keratosis, a skin condition that, if left untreated, can lead to cancer. Remethan topical solution has the ability to alleviate the pain and edema produced by knee osteoarthritis. Remethan topical patch is intended to treat mild strains, sprains, and contusions that produce acute discomfort such as bruises.
You may experience some of the following side effects:
- Shortness of breath, weakness, shortness of breath, chest pain, impaired vision
- Bloody or black stools
- Vomiting that has blood
- Urinary retention, swelling, or unusual weight gain
- Nausea, loss of appetite, jaundice, yellow urine
- Muscle weakness, itching, numbness in the limbs
- Increased sensitivity to light, convulsions
- Severe skin reaction
- Fever, sore throat, swelling of the face or tongue
- Burning sensation in the eyes
- Skin pain is followed by a spreading red or purple skin rash that causes blistering and peeling.
If one of the above symptoms appears, you should see your doctor in order to receive timely consultation.
Inform your doctor about your current prescriptions, over-the-counter goods (vitamins, herbal supplements, etc.), allergies, pre-existing disorders, and current health problems (pregnancy, upcoming surgery, etc.) before taking Remethan. Some medical issues may make you more sensitive to the drug’s negative effects. Take as advised by your doctor or as instructed on the package insert. Your medical condition determines the dosage. You also should consult your doctor if your illness worsens or persists.
Excessive usage of this medication may result in harmful quantities of the medication in your body. In such instances, overdose symptoms may include coma, drowsiness, fainting, elevated, blood pressure, renal disease, lethargy, nausea, sluggish and ineffectual breathing, gastrointestinal bleeding, upper abdominal discomfort (epigastric pain), and vomiting.
If you have taken more Remethan than the prescribed amount, you may be given activated charcoal (60 to 100 g in adults, 1 to 2 g/kg in children). It is suggested to pass the contents of the intestines out of the body (osmotic cathartic) within 4 hours of intake with a substantial dosage (5 to 10 times the regular dose).
Can I quit taking Remethan right away, or do I have to wean myself off gradually?
Because of the medicine’s rebound effect, it is usually preferable to gradually discontinue the usage of some medications in specific instances.
It is vital to contact your doctor since expert advice on your health, drugs, and other recommendations are required in this instance to provide you with a stable health state.
Is it safe to take Remethan when pregnant or breastfeeding?
Remethan has the potential to damage the fetus. It should not be taken during the last three months of pregnancy. Please see your doctor for advice since this condition demands specific treatment.
Can Remethan Gel be used to treat joint and muscle pain, inflammation, and swelling?
Yes, Remethan Gel is commonly used to treat pain, inflammation, and swelling in the joints and muscles. Please do not use Remethan Gel for joint and muscle discomfort, inflammation, or swelling without first visiting your doctor.
Can I use Remethan with another kind of medicine?
The use of many drugs can lead to unwanted effects. Remethan should not be used with the following groups: Apixaban; Clopidogrel; Clovoxamine;… due to the risk of increased toxicity and unwanted effects
Please contact your doctor, or pharmacist for the most detailed information as well as get the best advice.
Is this drug or product habit-forming or addictive?
Most medications do not carry the risk of addiction or misuse. Typically, the government classifies addictive drugs as prohibited substances. Please check the product label to ensure that the drug does not fall into one of these particular categories. Finally, do not self-medicate or increase your body’s reliance on medications without consulting a doctor.