The correct amount and method of taking this medicine is determined by your doctor. To know this amount and consult a doctor, you can download the Product Leaflet.
prohibited Usage: Do not take this Medicine if you have a history of omeprazole Allergy.
Having a history of chronic liver disease: Due to the increased half-life of the medicine in these patients, the dose of the Medicine may need to be reduced.
The safety and efficacy of this Medicine in children and people under 18 years of age have not been established.
There is no information on the relationship between age and the effects of omeprazole in the elderly. However, in the elderly there is a possibility of slowing down the excretion and increasing the amount of medicine in the blood.
Take the medicine immediately before meals and preferably before breakfast.
Swallow the capsule completely and do not crush, break, chew or open it.
Complete the duration of treatment.
To monitor the progress of treatment, regular visits to the doctor while taking the Medicine should be done.
If you forget to take a dose of medicine, take it as soon as possible. Unless it is close to the time of the next Dose. In that case, do not double the Capsule.
Do not take the medicine after the expiry date which is stated on the carton.
Keep the medicine out of the reach and sight of children.
Close the bottle tightly after each use.
Here are just some of the Medications that interfere with concomitant use of Omeprazole. However, omeprazole can affect the amount of Medicine in the blood of all pH-dependent Medicines by increasing the pH of gastric Acid. Therefore, before taking this medicine, inform your doctor about all the items of your Medicines. Download the Medicine leaflet for information on this list.
Side effects of the Medicine:
In addition to the therapeutic effects, each Medicine may cause some side Effects. Although not all of these symptoms can be seen in one person, contact your doctor, pharmacist, or health care provider if you experience any of the following or other side effects listed in this leaflet.
Rare side effects: Blister; chills; Fever; Feeling unwell and sick; muscles pain; Redness or burning of the eyes; Redness, thinness, itching, burning or scaling of the skin; Sore throat; There is a sore on the lips or inside the mouth. (Symptoms of severe skin reactions such as toxic epidermal necrosis)
Bleeding or sores on the lips; chills; Fever; Muscle aches; the pain; Skin rashes or itchy skin; Sore throat; White sores or spots on the lips, mouth, or penis. (Symptoms of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome.)
Blisters on the palms and soles of the feet, fever, feeling tired or abnormally weak; joint’s pain; Redness of the skin (symptoms of erythema multiforme.)
Feeling tired and too weak (symptoms of liver problems, especially anemia.) Back, leg or stomach pain; Decreased appetite, feeling tired and too weak; (Symptoms of bleeding anemia.)
Abnormal bleeding or bruising (can be a sign of thrombocytopenia or penicitopenia.)
Bloody urine (symptoms of hematuria): Turbid urine (symptoms of urinary protein) Difficult, burning or painful urination; Frequent urination. (Symptoms of urinary tract infection)
This Medicine is in category C in terms of classification of use in pregnancy. This means that there have not been sufficient and well-controlled studies on the use of this Medicine during Pregnancy. Therefore, taking this Medicine during pregnancy should be done only with the prescription of your doctor.
Omeprazole is excreted in breast milk and can cause serious side effects in infants. Therefore, taking this Medicine during breastfeeding should be done only based on the opinion of your doctor. If the doctor decides to take this medicine during breastfeeding, breastfeeding should be stopped.
Keep below 30 ° C, away from light and moisture.