Table of contents
- What is Tenepan Tablet?
- Composition & Strength of Tenepan Tablet
- How does Tenepan tablet work?
- Tenepan Tablet uses
- Common side effects of Tenepan tablet
- Tenepan Contraindications
- Tenepan tablet precautions & how to use
- General warnings and Dosage about Tenepan
- Alternative tablets for Tenepan
What is Tenepan Tablet?
The Tenepan tablet is an oral antidiabetic drug which is used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus. It controls the high blood sugar level. The medication is taken along with the control diet and regular exercise. Read on to know about working, side effects, precautions, and contraindications of Tenepan tablet.
Composition & Strength of Tenepan Tablet
The active ingredient of Tenepan tablet is Teneligliptin which is available in the strength of 20 mg and is for oral use.
How does Tenepan tablet work?
Teneligliptin drug belongs to the class of dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor (DPP-4). These drugs inhibit the release of glucagon by increasing the incretin level (GLP-1 and GIP). As a result, there is an increased insulin release from the pancreas and thus a decrease in blood sugar level.
Tenepan tablet uses
Tenepan Tablet is used in patients suffering from the following conditions:
Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
A condition in which our pancreas does not produce a sufficient amount of insulin due to which there is an increase in blood sugar level. This increase in blood sugar level for a long time may result in serious complications.
Common side effects of Tenepan tablet
- Loss of Appetite
- Skin Diseases
- Upper Respiratory Tract Infection
Tenepan Tablet should not be used if you have the following conditions:
- Hypersensitivity to Teneligliptin or any other ingredients of Tenepan
- Diabetic ketoacidosis
- Serve infection
- Any history of diabetic coma and heart failure
- Serve hepatic impairment
Tenepan Tablet Precautions & How to Use
Before taking Tenepan tablet, tell your doctor/pharmacist about your medications of both prescription and nonprescription. If you had an allergic reaction to Tenepan you should inform about this to your doctors/pharmacist. You should specifically mention if you are taking anticoagulants such as warfarin, aspirin and NSAIDs drugs
Tenepan should not be used if have the following conditions:
- If you are suffering from diabetic ketoacidosis
- If you have any history of congestive heart failure or arrhythmia
- If you are suffering from congenital QT prolongation syndrome
- If you have to severe hepatic impairment
You should take this medication as per the direction of your doctor. Changing dose or stopping the medicine of your own may lead to side effects and complications. Do not chew this tablet. Swallow this medicine with water. The medication is taken along with a control diet and exercise.
General warnings and Dosage about Tenepan
Do not take more than prescribed dose it may cause harmful side effects. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you find any side effects.
If you have missed a dosage take it as soon as possible. Normal scheduled should be resumed if the time to take the next dose is near. Taking twice the dose may lead to side effects.
There is no human and animal studies are available. If you are pregnant or become to be a plan, ask your doctor/pharmacist before taking Tenepan tablet.
If you are breastfeeding, consult your doctor/ pharmacist before taking this medicine.
Alternatives tablets for Tenepan
Apart from Tenepan, the following are the brands of Teneligliptin available in the market:
- Tenglyn Tablet 20 mg – Manufactured By Zydus Cadila Pharmaceuticals
- Dynaglipt Tablet 20 mg – Manufactured By Mankind Pharmaceuticals
- Teneza Tablet 20 mg – Manufactured By Torrent Pharmaceuticals
- Megagliptin Tablet 20 mg – Manufactured By Aristo Pharmaceuticals
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Mr. Rohit Jain is a Pharmaceutical techno-marketing trainer with more than 10 years of industrial experience. In his previous assignment, he was Senior Product Manager, heading the Product Management Team at an organization of repute. Mr. Jain is B. Pharma, MBA, PGDBM, LL.B. and is a Registered Patent Agent. He also has a Professional Diploma in Clinical Research and is also a certified Pharmacovigilance Professional. He was involved in delivering medico-marketing training to on-the-field marketing professionals as well as in-house business development professionals. Mr. Rohit Jain is a prolific medical content writer and had written more than 500 medical articles spreading over varied therapeutic areas. Mr. Jain has a keen interest in learning about the latest happenings of the pharmaceutical and medical industry.