Vertin Tablet belongs to the class of anti-vertigo drugs which is used to treat dizziness or vertigo, tinnitus and the symptoms of Meniere’s disease which is a disorder of the inner ear. Read on to know about working, side effects, precautions and contraindications of Vertin tablet.
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About Vertin Tablet
It is a histamine analogue, which is very similar to the natural substance histamine. It is not recommended in the patients with Pheochromocytoma. It is manufactured by 2 pharmacies; Solvay Pharma India Limited and Abbott India Limited. Vertin Tablet administered orally and it is available in the packaging of Ten tablets per strip.
Betahistine is the active ingredient in this medicine. Vertin tablet is a medicine prescribed to treat conditions like
- Hearing loss
- Meniere’s disease
- Never use this medicine without a doctor’s prescription.
- Use full course of medicine as directed by your doctor.
- Not recommended in pregnancy.
Vertin Tablet composition and active ingredients
Vertin Tablet contains Betahistine 16 mg as an active ingredient. It belongs to the class of medications known as Anti-vertigo drugs.
How does Vertin Tablet work?
Betahistine is a histamine analogue. It works by performing vasodilatation of the blood vessels presents the inner ear. It increases the blood flow in the inner ear and reduces the pressure build-up, and provides relaxation in
vertigo, tinnitus (noise or ringing) in the ears and other such disorders.
Vertin Tablet Uses and Benefits
Vertin Tablet prescribed for the control, prevention, treatment & improvement of the following diseases, symptoms, and conditions:
- Meniere’s disease
- Hearing loss
Vertin Tablet Side effects
Consult your health expert if you observe any of the following side effects, especially if they do not go away.
- Upset stomach
- Feeling sick
Vertin Tablet – Contraindications
Vertin Tablet should not be used if you have the following ailments:
- Lapp lactase deficiency
- Galactose intolerance
- Glucose-galactose malabsorption
Vertin Tablet Dosage
Typically the dosage of Vertin 16 ranges between 1 to 3 tablets per day from one day to up to 5 days. Consult with your health expert regarding the dosage and the duration of the course of this drug, as it varies from one case to another. The Dosage of Vertin Tablet depends on medical history, age, physical health and on the disease the medicine is administered for.
Precautions while taking Vertin Tablet
Before taking Vertin Tablet, it is important to make sure that the person is not allergic to the contents of the tablet and does not suffer from severe liver problem or kidney disease.
- Take Vertin Tablet only when it is prescribed by the doctor
- Take full course of treatment
- Do not consume this drug if you are allergic to any of the ingredients of this medicine or any of their excipients
- Tell your physician if you are taking any medicine
- Tell your physician if you are suffering from any disease
- Keep this medicine out of the reach of children
- Do not take this medicinal product after the expiry date stated on the carton package
Caution should be implied if the patient is:
- Have a history of Peptic ulcers and intestinal ulcers.
- Has Urticaria or rashes
- On any other prescribed or non-prescribed medication.
- Suffering from Asthma.
- Have a history of tumor of adrenal glands
- Is pregnant or planning to get pregnant.
- Is breastfeeding or planning to start breastfeeding
This medicine can cause dizziness and drowsiness. Please avoid driving and operating heavy machinery, or doing anything that requires optimum concentration and care during this medication.
Taking more than prescribed Vertin Tablet may cause harmful side effects. Consult your physician or pharmacist if you find any side effects.
If you miss the regular dose, take it as soon as possible, and if it is nearing next dosage, then skip the missed dose and carry on with next regular dose. Never take extra doses to make up for the missed dose.
Vertin tablet does not cause any harm to the fetus, but should only be used after consultation with your physician.
Vertin Tablet is safe to use during breastfeeding. Before taking this medicine consult your physician.
Vertin Tablet – Drug Interactions
If you use other over-the-counter products or other drugs at the same time, the effects of the Vertin Tablet may change. This may increase your risk for side-effects or cause your drug not to work properly. Inform your health expert about all the herbal supplements, drugs, vitamins, and proteins shakes you are using, so that your health expert can help you prevent or manage drug interactions. Vertin Tablet may interact with the following medicines and products:
- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors
Substitutes for Vertin Tablet
Here is the List of substitute medicines which have the same strength, composition, and form as Vertin Tablet:
- Bvert 16mg Tablet – Icon Life Sciences
- Betacent 16mg Tablet – Crescent Therapeutics Ltd
- Betahistol 16mg Tablet – Knoll Pharmaceuticals Ltd
- Dubeta 16mg Tablet – Dukes Lab
- Egeptin 16mg Tablet – Dycine Pharmaceuticals Ltd
- Histavert 16mg Tablet – Pulse Pharmaceuticals
- Verto-B 16mg Tablet – Biomax Biotechnics Pvt Ltd
- Maxvert 16mg Tablet – Zenvita Healthcare Pvt Ltd
- Orgahist 16mg Tablet – Endocard India Pvt Ltd
- Ronyvert 16mg Tablet – Ronyd Healthcare Pvt Ltd
- Verteze 16mg Tablet – Transced Therapeutics
- Verzin 16mg Tablet – Tas Med India Pvt Ltd
- Vertimore 16mg Tablet – Moraceae Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd
- Vertiset 16mg Tablet – Delcure Life Sciences
- Zevert 16mg Tablet – Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd
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