the package insert of the medicine Sonrisal. Therapeutic class of Antacids. Active principles Citric Acid,Acetylsalicylic Acid, Baking soda and Carbonate of Sodium.
Sonrisal is indicated as an antacid and analgesic, in the treatment of heartburn, poor digestion, and hiperacidez gastric.
adult Use – oral Use
How to use?
You can take one to two tablets of Sonrisal, dissolved in a small glass of water, wait to complete the ferment and drink at once, and may repeat the use of after 4 hours, as necessary.
You must not exceed the maximum dose recommended daily, which is 8 pills of this medicine every 24 hours.
How it works?
The citric acid, sodium bicarbonate and sodium carbonate react in water, producing sodium citrate and providing an increase of the pH of the intragastric.
The aspirin acts as an analgesic by inhibiting the synthesis of prostaglandins, which are associated with the development of pain.
When should I not use?
You should not use this medicine if you have history of allergy to any components of the formula or the salicylates, have a history of ulcer or stomach bleeding, hemophilia or suspected dengue.
Warnings and Precautions
what should I know before using?
You should not take more than the recommended dose of this medicine, as it may have undesirable effects, such as eructation (belching), flatulence (gas) and abdominal distension.
If you have kidney disease, in the liver, high blood pressure, asthma, rhinitis, pregnant or nursing, or using medications oral anticoagulants, consult your doctor before taking this medicine.
If you have high blood pressure, you should know that this medicine contains sodium, if you follow a diet with restriction of sodium, should not take multiple doses of this medicine, unless directed by a doctor.
The Sonrisal Lemon contains phenylalanine.
Attention phenylketonurics: contains phenylalanine.
Sonrisal pregnancy: this medication should not be used by pregnant women without medical or dental surgeon.
The sodium bicarbonate increases the pH of the intra-gastric, increasing or decreasing the rate of absorption of some drugs.
The alkalinization of the urine leads to increased renal clearance of drugs acids such as tetracyclines and barbiturates, and prolongs the half-life of basic medicines.
aspirin may decrease the effectiveness of ACE-inhibitors (angiotensin converting enzyme), when administered concomitantly with these medicinal products.
Where how and for how long can I save?
You must keep Sonrisal at room temperature (between 15ºC and 30ºC), protected from light and moisture.
Store in its original packaging.
Sonrisal is presented in a compressed, rounded, white in color.
Before you use, note the appearance of the medicine.
If it is in the period of validity and you notice any change in appearance, please see the pharmacist to know if you can use it.
What are the evils that can cause me?
This medicine may cause some undesirable reactions, such as eructation (belching), flatulence (gas), abdominal distention, nausea and vomiting.
You should stop using this medicine and consult your doctor if you experience itching, redness on the skin, sneezing, difficulty breathing, blood in the stools or in vomiting, tinnitus, or swelling.
what to do if someone use a larger amount than is recommended?
If you take excessive amounts of this medicine, it may display vomiting, dehydration, tinnitus, dizziness, deafness, excessive sweating, breathing faster and deeper than normal, mental confusion, and coma.
In the case of use of large amount of this medicine, look for fast medical help and take the packaging or package insert for the drug, if possible. Call 0800 722 6001 if you need more guidance.