What Ucerax is for?
Ucerax belongs to the group of medicines called sedating antihistamines. It is thought to work by inhibiting some activity in the brain. Ucerax is used to treat Anxiety in adults and Itching (pruritus) caused by allergic reactions in adults and children.
What should be told to the doctor before taking Ucerax?
Tell the doctor in case of taking any of the medicines like Betahistine used to treat Meniere’s disease (problems with balance and hearing), Phenytoin used for the treatment of fits (convulsions), and Adrenaline used to treat severe allergic reactions.
What are warnings and precautions to be followed while taking Ucerax?
Ucerax may be associated with an increased risk of heart rhythm disorder which may be life threatening. Therefore, tell the doctor if have any heart problems or are taking any other medicines, including medicines obtained without prescription. While taking Ucerax, seek immediate medical attention if experienced heart problems such as palpitations, trouble breathing, loss of consciousness. Treatment with hydroxyzine should be stopped.
What Ucerax contains?
Each film-coated Tablet contains 25 mg hydroxyzine dihydrochloride. The other ingredients are lactose monohydrate, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, anhydrous colloidal silica, titanium dioxide (E171), hydroxypropylmethylcellulose and macrogol 400.
What Ucerax looks like?
The Ucerax film-coated tablets are white, oblong tablets with a score line on each side. They come in blister strips in packs of 25, 30, 50 or 60 tablets. Not all pack sizes may be marketed.