the package insert of the medicine Citoneurin. Therapeutic class of the Anti-inflammatory and Vitamin Supplements. Active principles Hydrochloride of thiamine (vitamin B1),Cyanocobalamin(vitamin B12) and Hydrochloride of Pyridoxine(vitamin B6).
Citoneurin is indicated for the treatment of pain and inflammation of the nerves in adults and children.
How to use?
Citoneurin Injectable can be found in doses of 5000 and 1000.
- Citoneurin 5000 and Citoneurin 1000
Citoneurin 5000 or Citoneurin 1000, are composed of two ampoules, ampoule I and ampoule II, and should be used as follows: with the aid of a syringe of 2 ml, aspirate the contents of the ampule I and then the light bulb II. THE mixture obtained should then be applied intramuscularmente by a pharmacist, nurse or doctor. Generally, the recommended dose of Citoneurin 5000 or Citoneurin 1000 is 1 injection, 3 in 3 days, and the duration of treatment be indicated by your doctor.
The recommended dose of Tablets for adults is 1 tablet, 3 times per day. For severe cases, this dose may be increased, according to medical indication.
Before taking the pills you should eat and then swallow the pills, without breaking or chewing, with a glass of water.
What are the evils that can cause me?
Some of the side effects include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, excessive sweating, rapid heartbeat, itching or hives.
in addition, Citoneurin injectable can also cause pain and irritation at the injection site, acne or inflammations on the skin.
When should I not use?
it Is contra-indicated for children and for patients with allergy to thiamine, vitamin B1, or the other components of the formula.
How it works?
Is a medicine that has in its composition the vitamínas B1, B6 and B12. In high doses, vitamins B1, B6 and B12 are responsible for exerting an analgesic effect in cases of neuralgia, in addition to helping in the regeneration of nerve fibers injured.
Warnings and Precautions
what should I know before using?
Before you use, you should talk with your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing, have a macrocytic anemia, eye disease known as Optic Atrophy Hereditary Leber, neuralgia, neuritis severe intolerance to fructose or galactose, malabsorption of sugars, deficiency in the production of some enzymes such as lactase, celiac disease or diabetes.
The prolonged use of medicines with vitamin B6, as is the case of Citoneurin, should always be done according to medical indication.
what to do if someone use a larger amount than is recommended?
In the case of taking excessive, you should go to the nearest hospital, taking the packaging or the package insert of the medicine. In addition, the prolonged use of vitamin B6 may cause adverse effects on the nerves.
what should I do when I forget to use this medicine?
in Case of the neglect of the administration of a dose of Citoneurin should skip the missed dose, and wait for the time of the next dose. The doses of Citoneurin should never be administered to double or at times very near.