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Flunarin 5 mg is used for the prevention of migraines when other medicines are unsuccessful. It may be a highly effective medicine for treating many types of migraine headaches. The active ingredient is Flunarizine, a calcium channel blocker that is effective in reducing smooth muscle spasm. It minimizes the migraine frequency in both adults and children. Your physician may offer Flunarin 5 mg for the prevention of migraine according to your preferences and risk of side effects associated with it. Flunarizine tablets do not treat an already occurring acute migraine attack. The medicine is also sold under the trade name Sibelium 5 mg.
Hypersensitivity to Flunarin 5 mg is contraindicated in patients with a history of depression, Parkinson’s disease or other mental disorders. If you are pregnant r planning to become than it may your first most duty to inform your physician. You should only be prescribed Flunarizine tablets when the benefits more than the risks of taking it. Your migraine medication may cause you to feel drowsy, which may worsen with the intake of alcohol or other antidepressants. In this case, you should avoid driving a vehicle or indulging in a household or office task that requires alertness. You cannot take the migraine drug to abort a migraine attack. Use this medicine with caution, especially if you already have Parkinson's disease or other mental health issues. The use of oral contraceptives may lead to health complications like galactorrhoea in women. Drugs like phenytoin and carbamazepine may interact with Flunarizine 5 mg and affect the way it works to prevent migraine headaches. Consult your health care specialist in this case.
The commonly reported side effects of Flunarin are nausea, heartburn, depression, anxiety, weight gain, and drowsiness. If any of these side effects persist for a longer duration, please consult your physician. Also, you may experience muscle aches, skin rash, difficulty breathing, tremor, heart failure, hypotension, stroke or irregular heartbeat. However, these side effects are, and very few people may have these severe adverse reactions.
For adults aged 18 to 64 years, Flunarin 5 mg is perfect as a starting dose. A patient may take this at night to get maximum results. Your physician may increase your dose depending on your condition. During the treatment, if depression, or other mental health issues occur, the administration should be discontinued. Also, if no significant improvement is observed, you should be considered a non-responder and treatment should be immediately stopped. Speak to your physician regarding this context. If you are responding well to Flunarin treatment, and if you require a maintenance treatment, then your physician may decrease the dose of Flunarizine that you need to take every week. Ensure to keep these tablets in a cool and dry place. And if the maintenance treatment is successful, it should be discontinued after six months and reinitiated only if you relapse.