Information about Belladona/Ergotamine/PhenobarbitalGeneric Name : Belladona/Ergotamine/Phenobarbital
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Pronunciation : Bell-a-DON-a/er-GOT-a-meen/fee-noe-BAR-bih-tal
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ICD Code : Y45.8 Therapeutic Classification : Analgesics
Trade Names/Brand Names of Belladona/Ergotamine/Phenobarbital
Bellamine-S, Bellaspas, Bellergal-S
Why is Belladona/Ergotamine/Phenobarbital Prescribed? (Indications)This medication contains Belladonna/Ergotamine/Phenobarbital, which are anticholinergic, barbiturate, and ergot agents. It is prescribed for nervousness and tension that falls under menopausal symptoms. This medication is also prescribed for treating heart/blood vessel disorder, stomach disorder and headache. The medication blocks certain chemicals in the nervous system thereby helps to relieve the signs and symptoms.
When should Belladona/Ergotamine/Phenobarbital not be taken? (Contraindications)Contraindicated in patients with preexisting heart disease, easy bruising, increased eye pressure, concomitant treatment with vasoconstrictor, administration with dopamine, pregnancy and known hypersensitivity.
What is the dosage of Belladona/Ergotamine/Phenobarbital?Adults Po: 1 tablet in morning and evening. Max: 16 tablets per week.
How should Belladona/Ergotamine/Phenobarbital be taken?It comes as a tablet to take by mouth, two times per day with or without food.
What are the side effects of Belladona/Ergotamine/Phenobarbital?Heart- Palpitations and fast heart rate.
Skin - Skin rash, itching, redness, blistering and hives.
Respiratory - Chest pain and tightness.
Central nervous system- Drowsiness and dizziness.
Eye and ENT- Blurred vision.
Gastrointestinal- Nausea, dry mouth and indigestion.
Genitourinary- Urinary retention.
Miscellaneous- Tingling, decreased sweating, cold hands, feet and sweating of face, lips and tongue region.