Drug name: Milgamma N
- cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12),
- pyridoxine (vitamin B6)
Therapeutic effect of Milgamma N: Benfothiamine in combination with pyridoxine and cyanocobalamin play a vital role in the neural cell metabolism. Due to its solubility in fats Benfotiamine, which came from thiamine, is better absorbed. With that, it has better availability and easily accessed by neural cells than natural vitamin B1(thiamine).
Milgamma restores the manageability of nerve impulses, through the neuromotor and vegetative nerve fibers. Milgamma, also possess a direct anti-neuralgic effect brought by the normalizing influence on mediators during analgesic action.
Indications: Milgamma N is administered to treat the following:
- Various disorders that affect the peripheral nervous system
- Inflammation of the nerve or group of nerves (Neuritides)
- Pain in the nerves (Neuralgias)
- Disorder that occurs when many nerves throughout the body malfunction simultaneously (Polyneropathy)
- Muscle pain
- Radical syndromes
- Inflammation of the optic nerve (Retrobulbar neuritis)
- Facial nerve paralysis
- Trigeminal Nerve Injuries
Precautions and Restrictions: Do not use Milgamma N under the following circumstances:
- If you are allergic or highly sensitive to the active ingredients of this medicine
- If you are pregnant
- If you are a nursing mother
- If the user is a new born baby who is less than four weeks old
In case of Milgamma N injection, if you have the below mentioned conditions do not use this medicine:
- Serious Heart failure
Side effects of Milgamma N: If you are using Milgamma N there is always a distant possibility of the user experiencing some kind of adverse effect that is unexpected. Some of the side effects that may occur due to the use of Milgamma N are: Certain allergic reactions, such as anaphylaxis, rapid swelling of the dermis (Quenke's edema), hives, rashes, etc.
When this Milgamma N is administered through injection the user may experience the following side effects: convulsions, acne, vomiting, lightheadedness, arrhythmia, tachycardia, increased perspiration, etc. may occur.
These are just some of the side effects and these are by no means an exhaustive list of adverse effects caused due to the use of Milgamma N. For more information kindly consult your physician, pharmacist or read the full details presented by the manufacturer.
Interactions: It is best to consult a doctor before taking Milgamma N. Apprise him of the treatment or medication you are using. Get a prescription from your doctor before start taking any new drug. It's important to tell your physician if you're already under any other treatment or medication, which is without prescription or herbal preparation. This is to make sure that the combination of the two drugs is safe.
- Sulphate solutions completely neutralizes the therapeutic effect of thiamine
- Levodopa reduces the effectiveness of Vitamin B6
- Milgamma N used with sulfonamids, norepinephrine, epinephrine, D-penicillamin, and cycloserin can lower the effect of Vitamin B6.
- Benfothiamine is not compatible with metabisulfite, dextrose, benzylpenicillin, riboflavine, phenobarbital, iron-ammonium citrates, tannin acid, acetates, carbonates, iodide, mercuric chloride, and oxidizing substances.
- Vitamin B12 must not be taken along with chloramphenicole, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, aminoglycosides, riboflavin, vitamin C, and salts of heavy metals.
Additional Information: Do not share this medicine with anyone else. Keepthe drug out of the reach of children. Store the Medicines, needles and syringes in a clean and dry place. Needles, syringes and other material, such as gloves and cotton balls should be disposed of properly and not used again.