What is trimethylphlologluinol?
Phlologlucinol trimethylphlologlucinol, is the mixture of two compounds of the line of triphenolsbelonging to the group of synthetic antimuscarinic drugs, whose main function isas a relaxant and analgesic of smooth muscle ofthe digestive and urinary system.
What is the purpose of trimethylphlologluinol?
- The action of phlologlucinol trimethylphlologluvinol focuses on therelief of gastrointestinal pain and muscle spasm, by relaxing the smooth muscles of the digestive and genitourinary tract.
- It is used to treat:
Dosage and routes of administration of trimethylphlologlugluinol
The presentation of phlologlucinol trimethylphlologlucinol, depending on the laboratory that markets it, is usually in tablets or capsulesof floroglucinol 80 mg trimethylphlologlucinol 80 mg. The route of administration is oral with water and can be administered as follows, alwayswith medical advice:
- Adults: One capsule or two, three times a day depending on the intensity of the pain and with medical recommendation.
What products contain trimethylphlologluinol?
Some of the medicines that contain trimethylphlologluinol trimethylphlologlucinol are:
- The medicine with the name of panclasa® contains phloroglucinol and trimethylphloroglucinol as active ingredients, both with an antispasmodic effect .
- This drug has a relaxing effect on the smooth muscles that are part of the uterus, the urinary tract, the bile ducts and also on gastrointestinal pain.
- For more information about this medicine see: What is panclase and what is it for?
- Modipas® is a medicine formulated with phloroglucinol 80 mg and trimethylphloroglucinol 80 mg .
- It works as an antispasmodic agent that reacts in a defined way with the smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal and genitourinary tract, exerting a spasmolytic effect.
- Bruglucen® is a drug that has a combination of two spasmolytic chemicals, which are phloroglucinol and trimethylphloroglucinol in a ratio of 80 mg/80 mg.
- This medicine favors the muscle relaxant action and the dilation of both the sphincter of Oddi and the bile ducts, facilitating the descent and expulsion of the stones.
Trimethylphloroglucinol Phloroglucinol Side Effects
Phloroglucinol trimethylphloroglucinol can trigger some adverse effects that can put the patient’s health at risk, including:
Important: In case of presenting any adverse effect, the administration of the medication should be suspended and consult your doctor.
Contraindications and warnings of phloroglucinol trimethylphloroglucinol
Phloroglucinol trimethylphloroglucinol is contraindicated in the following cases:
- People with hypersensitivity to any of the trimethylphloroglucinol phloroglucinol compounds.
- Patients with liver or pancreatic cancer.
- Pregnant women.
You should know: Before starting treatment with phloroglucinol trimethylphloroglucinol, it is necessary to provide your doctor with information about your medical history.
Avoid if you have:
- Medication with opioid drugs.
- Intestinal or urinary obstruction.
- This medication must be administered with a prescription.
- It must be kept out of the reach of children.
- It should not be consumed with alcohol.
- Keep in a dry and cool place.
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