Lecet 5mg Tablet can be taken with or without food. The dose required by you may vary depending on what you are taking it for. This medicine is usually taken in the evening, but follow the advice of your doctor on how to take it. You may need this medicine only on days you have symptoms, but if you are taking it to prevent the symptoms then you should take it regularly. If you miss doses or stop taking it earlier than advised, your symptoms may come back.
This medicine is generally very safe. The most common side effects include feeling sleepy or dizzy, dry mouth, fatigue, and headache. These are usually mild and go away after a couple of days as your body adjusts to it. Consult your doctor if any of the side effects persist or worry you.
Before taking it, tell your doctor if you have any kidney problems or epilepsy (seizures). Your dose may need to be modified or this medicine may not suit you. Some other medicines can interact with this medicine so let your healthcare team know what else you are taking. You should also talk to your doctor before using this medicine if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, although it is not thought to be harmful.
USES OF LECET TABLET
- Treatment of Allergic conditions
BENEFITS OF LECET TABLET
In Treatment of Allergic conditions
SIDE EFFECTS OF LECET TABLET
Common side effects
- Dryness in mouth
HOW TO USE LECET TABLET
HOW LECET TABLET WORKS
Larger doses or more prolonged use of tablet may cause drowsiness and other effects in the baby or decrease the milk supply
Use of tablet is not recommended in patients with severe kidney disease.
WHAT IF YOU FORGET TO TAKE LECET TABLET?
Store below 20-25°C and keep out of reach of children.
Can LECET 5MG lower immune system?
No, this medicine does not influence the immune response.
Can LECET 5MG cause dizziness?
Yes, this medicine may cause dizziness in some individuals. Get up and move around to feel awake, take small naps to edge off the sleepiness. Give your eyes a break to avoid fatigue and eat a healthy food to boost energy.
Can I take LECET 5MG during breast feeding?
No, it can pass into breast milk. It is not recommended for use in breastfeeding women unless necessary. Discuss the risks and benefits with your doctor.
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