Colospa is an antispasmodic musculo-tropic medication which treat irritable bowel syndrome. It can also be used to treat gastrointestinal spasms originating from a primal organic disorder. It works on a cellular level, relaxing the gut muscles and preventing painful spasms. Colospa prevents nerve signals (Na+) from reaching the intestines via the rapid channels of myocyte into the muscle cell. Colospa prevents the replenishment of calcium-depot, simultaneously relaxing the affected bowels.
Colospa medication does not affect bronchial muscles or uterine muscles. Colospa has not been known to significantly mitigate regular peristalsis. Order your Colospa online to treat a spasm of gastrointestinal organs such as
- Gastrointestinal spasms caused by organic disease
- Biliary colic
- Intestinal colic
- Treatment of pain and cramps, and intestinal disorders and discomfort experienced by adults, known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Dosage and Directions for Colospa
The recommended dose of Colospa per day is 135 mg, or 1 tablet, 3 times a day, ideally before meals. The dosage may be incrementally reduced when the when the desired effect or level of comfort has been reached. Should you miss your dose of Colospa, take the dose of Colospa as soon as you remember to. If it is almost time to take you next dose of Colospa, simply skip that dose and recommence your usual schedule.
Special Precautions when taking Colospa
Colospa should be administered with special caution in these circumstances;
- Where there is functional failure of part of the gut causing an obstruction, known as paralytic ileus
- Where there a chronic hereditary blood diseases. This can potentially cause a range of symptoms, including mental health problems, such as porphyrias.
- If you are taking Colospa and you unexpectedly become pregnant, discuss this with your doctor. The possible adverse effects of Colospa in pregnancy have not been established. Should you be breast-feeding a baby while taking Colospa, discuss this with you your doctor. The harmful effects of taking Colospa while breastfeeding are also unknown.
Contraindications of taking Colospa
- Hypersensitivity to Colospa
- Porphyria – an uncommon genetic disease with various symptoms, including darkened urine, psychological disturbances and extreme skin sensitivity of to the light.
Some Possible Side Effects of Colospa
Everyone is different, and each individual is affected by medications in different ways. Symptoms of allergy to Colospa such as a rash, hives or a swollen face may appear. Should you be unsure or require additional information regarding the possible risks associated with taking Colospa, you should refer to your doctor or pharmacist.
If you start to experience any of the worrisome side effects of Colospa and symptoms as listed below, you should discuss this with your physician:
- Confusion or Anxiety
Storage of Colospa
You should store Colospa at room temperature, away light and from heat, in an air-tight container.
Overdose of Colospa
Symptoms of overdosage on Colospa medication are unknown. They may present as over excitation of the central nervous system.
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