Zac D Tablet is a multivitamin tablet that contains Ascorbic acid, zinc, vitamin A and vitamin D3. Vitamins are the essential building blocks of the body. This tablet is used to treat vitamin or mineral deficiencies caused due to illness, pregnancy, poor nutrition, digestive disorders, certain medications and many other conditions.
Zac D MG Tablet is primarily prescribed for treating severe anxiety (anxiety) and epilepsy (seizures). It is known to act by suppressing the excessive and abnormal activity of brain nerve cells.
Zacd MG Tablet is commonly prescribed in combination with another drug. It essentially treats a particular type of seizure disorder called Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS). Your doctor may also prescribe it in the treatment of other problems, at his discretion.
The drug is a part of a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines. Although exactly how Zac D MG Tablet works is yet unknown, the general idea is that it controls the action of gamma-aminobutyric, which is a chemical released by the brain.
In case of missed dose, take medicine as soon as possible. If it is time for your next dose, then it is best to skip the missed dose and stick to your normal dosing schedule. The drug may cause some side effects like dizziness and allergic reactions. But be sure to contact your doctor if any of the following side effects become very serious.
Zack D Structure –
Zac D Composition Ascorbic Acid (500mg), Elemental Zinc (40mg), Vitamin A (600mcg) and Vitamin D3(1000IU).
How Zac D Tablet works?
Ascorbic acid acts as an antioxidant in the body, helping to protect cells from free radical damage. Zinc and Vitamin A are dietary aids. Vitamin D3 works by helping the body make use of more of the calcium found in foods and supplements.
Zac D Tablet side effects –
- loss of appetite.
- metallic taste.
- constipation muscle pain.
- dry mouth.
- upset stomach.
How To Use Zac D Chewable?
Do not exceed the dosage prescribed by your healthcare professional. Take the tablet immediately after opening it with the wrapper. Do not break/crush/chew the Zac D Tablet.
Do not swallow two doses at once. Do not change the dose or stop the medicine.
|1. How long does the effect of this drug last?
|Effect of this medicine can be observed for an average duration of 3 to 4 days.
|2. When does its effect begin?
|The peak effect of this drug can be observed in 0.5 to 4 hours.
|3. Are there any pregnancy warnings?
|This drug is not recommended for pregnant women.
|4. Does it get used to it?
|Habit-forming tendency has been reported.
|5. Are there any warnings about breastfeeding?
|This medicine is not recommended in women who are breastfeeding.
|6. Can I drink alcohol with this medicine?
|Consumption of alcohol must be avoided while taking this medicine as excessive drowsiness may occur.
7. Is it safe to drive a vehicle using it?
This medicine can affect the patient’s consciousness, hence one should avoid driving while taking this medicine.
8. Does this affect kidney function?
Caution should be exercised while using this medicine in patients with kidney disease. Dose adjustment may be required. Please consult your doctor before taking it.
9. Does it affect liver function?
Caution should be exercised while using this medicine in patients with liver disease. Dose adjustment may be required. Please consult your doctor before taking it.
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