Madhapur - Home Delivery Available
RxPrescription Required

Country of origin: INDIA

Seller Information

10 Units/pack

MRP 119

Inclusive of all Taxes

FLAT 20% OFF On bills above 1000.0
ADGABA AT 100MG TAB

Adgaba AT 100MG tablet
Uses and Benefits

Uses and Benefits

Adgaba AT 100MG tablet is anti-depressant belonging to a group of drugs called non-selective monoamine reuptake inhibitors used for the treatment of neuropathic pain, depression, anxiety disorders, partial-onset seizures, epilepsy, fibromyalgia (severe muscle pain and tenderness with altered sleep cycles and mood) and chronic pain caused by nerve damage due to spinal cord injury or diabetes. It is also used to treat postherpetic neuralgia, a condition that affects nerves and skin which is caused by chickenpox. The tablet helps many people to recover from depression by improving their mood, relieving from nerve pain and improve nerve conduction. However, the uses mentioned here are not comprehensive, there may be other conditions for which the medication may be used upon your doctor’s discretion.

Composition

Composition

The active ingredients of Adgaba AT 100MG tablet are Gabapentin 100 MG and Amitriptyline 10MG

Mechanism of Action of Drugs

Mechanism of Action of Drugs

Gabapentin is an antiepileptic medicine that works by increasing the action of a chemical messenger known as GABA which suppresses the abnormal and excessive activity of the nerve cells in the brain and prevents the spread of electrical signals that cause seizures. It also reduces the levels of chemical transmitters (glutamate, dopamine) and reduces pain by modulating calcium channel activity of nerve cells, protects nerve fibres and rejuvenates damaged nerve cells, together relieving neuropathic pain. Amitriptyline, tricyclic antidepressant, works by increasing the levels of chemical messengers – serotonin and norepinephrine in the brain that stops the movement of pain signals and maintains mental balance.

Contraindications and Cautions

Contraindications and Caution

Patients with following conditions are suggested to seek advice from their healthcare professionals before using Adgaba AT 100MG tablet:

  • Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients used in the tablet
  • Arrhythmias
  • Recent myocardial infarction
  • Manic phase of bipolar disorder
  • Severe hepatic impairment
  • Children below 6 years
  • Caution:
  • History of cardiovascular disease (Stroke, tachycardia, conduction abnormalities)
  • History of seizures
  • Decreased gastrointestinal motility
  • Narrow angle glaucoma
  • Urinary retention
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Benign prostatic hyperplasia
  • Renal impairment
  • Alcohol addiction
  • Suicidal tendencies
  • Withdrawal symptoms
  • Children and elderly
  • Pregnancy and lactation
Side Effects

Side and Adverse Effects

The following side effects may or may not occur during the usage of Adgaba AT 100MG tablet. It is usually well tolerated when taken in the recommended dosage guidelines. You may experience one or more of the following common side effects:

  • Agitation and anxiety
  • Uncontrolled eye movements
  • Dizziness
  • Restlessness
  • Hyperactivity
  • Unusual tiredness and weakness
  • Irritability
  • Blurred vision
  • Tremors
  • Constipation
  • Increased appetite
  • Dry mouth
  • Lower back pain
  • Weight gain

Rare but more serious adverse effects may include:

  • Acute pancreatitis
  • Respiratory depression
  • Angioedema
  • Weakness in arms, hands, legs or feet
  • Suicidal ideation and behaviour
How to Use

How to Use

Take Adgaba AT 100MG tablet as instructed by your doctor. Swallow the tablet whole with water, immediately after opening it from the strip. Do not break or crush or chew the tablet.
Avoid missing or forgetting the dose. If you do, take it as soon as you remember; but if it’s almost time for your next dose, skip it and take it according to your normal schedule. Don’t swallow two doses at the same time which is dangerous to your health.
The tablet should be taken with food. Side effects such as sleepiness or drowsiness may be reduced if taken immediately after meals. Take the tablet at the same time every day (preferably at night) as it helps to maintain a consistent level of medicine in the body.
Do not change the dose or stop taking the medicine before completion of the course or without consulting your doctor. Continue to use this drug until completion of the maximum amount suggested.

Overdosage

Avoid taking medicine more than the prescribed dosage. If you notice any unusual or abnormal reactions after taking the tablet, promptly seek medical attention. Depending on the dosage of Adgaba AT 100MG tablet, symptoms vary in individuals, you may experience one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Blurred vision
  • Confusion
  • Restlessness
  • Dizziness
  • Agitation
  • Vomiting
  • Dry mouth
  • Severe hypotension
  • Cardiac dysrhythmias
  • Convulsions
  • CNS depression
Warnings and Precautions

Warnings and Precautions

Use this tablet only on the advice of medical practitioner. Dose adjustments or complete avoidance of the Adgaba AT 100MG tablet may be required in the following conditions:

Kidney:

Extreme caution is advised among people with kidney problems. Close monitoring of kidney function and adjustments of dose of the medicine may be needed based on the clinical condition of the patient. If you have any renal problems, it is highly recommended that you consult doctor before the consumption of this tablet.

Liver:

Caution is advised among patients with liver problems. Adjustments of dose of the medicine may be needed based on the clinical condition of the patient. If you have any hepatic problems, it is highly recommended that you consult doctor before the consumption of this tablet. However, use of this medicine is not recommended in patients with severe liver impairment.

Pregnancy:

Adgaba AT 100MG tablet is not considered safe to use in pregnant women unless the potential benefits outweigh the risks involved. Despite the fact that there are limited studies in human beings, animal studies have shown effects on the developing baby. It is recommended that you consult your doctor before consuming this medicine.

Lactation:

The medicine is likely unsafe to use for nursing mothers. Limited human data suggests that the medication may pass into the breastmilk and harm the infant. Consult your doctor immediately if the baby shows signs of increased sleepiness, breathing problems or difficulty in breast feeding.

Alcohol:

Consumption of alcohol with this medicine is not recommended as it increases side effects such as difficulty in concentrating, dizziness, light headedness. Any symptoms of abnormal reactions after taking the tablet should be reported to your doctor immediately.

Driving:

Adgaba AT 100MG tablet may decrease alertness, cause impaired judgement, affect your vision and make you feel dizzy, light headedness, so do not drive, operate heavy machinery or involve in any works which may demand your attention or physical strength.

Food:

Foods containing caffeine, tea, chocolates should be avoided as they stimulate your brain while this tablet calms the brain.

Drug Interactions:

Inform your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any other medicines which includes over-the-counter drugs, herbal tonics, supplements and medicines that you buy without a prescription. Alert your doctor if you are taking Adgaba AT 100MG tablet with cimetidine, quinidine, chlorpropamide, guanethidine, bethanidine, clonidine, barbiturates, buprenorphine, glimepiride, metoprolol, ondansetron, duloxetine, dextromethorphan, azatadine, baclofen.

Precautions
  • Do not use this tablet post the expiry date
  • Do not use this medication for durations longer than suggested by your doctor
  • Store at room temperature (20-30 degree Celsius)
FDA Pregnancy Category

FDA Pregnancy Category

Category C: Animal reproduction studies have shown an adverse effect on the fetus and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in humans, but potential benefits may warrant use of the drug in pregnant women despite potential risks.


Drug Composition information
What is Amitriptyline for:

It is used to treat low mood (depression). It is used to stop or prevent migraine headaches. It is used to ease long-term pain problems including diabetic and other neuropathies. It is used to treat anxiety. It is used to treat eating problems. It is used to treat panic attacks.

How does Amitriptyline work:

Amitriptyline affects chemicals in the brain. With low mood (depression), sleep and eating habits may get better fast. Other signs may take up to 4 to 6 weeks to get better.

How should Amitriptyline be used:

Take Amitriptyline exactly as directed by your doctor. Do not take more or less than instructed by your doctor. - You may take Amitriptyline with or without food. - Amitriptyline must be taken regularly for it to work well. You may see the benefits of Amitriptyline only after 2-4 weeks. Do not be discouraged if you do not feel better soon after taking the medicine. Do not stop taking Amitriptyline unless instructed by your doctor. You may feel unwell if Amitriptyline is stopped suddenly.

Common side effects of Amitriptyline :

Feeling lightheaded, sleepy, having blurred eyesight, or a change in thinking clearly; Feeling dizzy; Hard stools (constipation); Dry mouth; Change in color of urine to blue or green

What do I do if I miss a dose

Take a missed dose as soon as you think about it. - If it is close to the time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and go back to your normal time. - Do not take 2 doses at the same time or extra doses. - Do not change the dose or stop this drug. - Talk with the doctor.

What precautions should I take when taking Amitriptyline :

Alert your doctor if you have bipolar disorder, mania, heart disease or severe liver disease. - It is also important to let your doctor know if you are pregnant, planning to get pregnant, or breastfeeding. - Alert your doctor if you have taken other mood medicines known as monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) in the last 14 days. - Some examples of MAOIs include phenelzine, moclobemide and tranylcypromine. - Alert your doctor if you are being treated with a gastric reflux medicine known as cisapride.

When do I need to seek medical help

Seek help if you think there was an overdose or signs of a very bad reaction to the drug. These include wheezing; chest tightness; fever; itching; bad cough; blue or gray skin color; seizures; or swelling of face, lips, tongue, or throat. Seek help if you are planning to harm yourself or the want to harm yourself gets worse. - A fast heartbeat. - Very bad dizziness or passing out. Change in thinking clearly and with logic. - Not able to pass urine. - Feeling very tired or weak. - Very nervous and excitable. - Any rash. Side effect or health problem is not better or you are feeling worse.

Can I take Amitriptyline with other medicines:

Alert your doctor if you are taking any of these medicines: - monoamine oxidase inhibitors (also used to treat depression) such as moclobemide, phenelzine, and tranylcypromine. - cisapride (a gastric reflux medicine). - selegiline (a medicine for Parkinson’s disease). - linezolid (an antibiotic). - artemether and lumefantrine (malaria medicines). You will also need to inform your doctor if you are taking any of these: - other antidepressants, sedatives or anxiety medicines. - any other mood medicines. - epilepsy medicines. - blood pressure medicines such as gaunethidine, debrisoquine, betanidine and clonidine - anticholinergics, commonly used to treat runny nose, allergies, travel sickness, such as chlorpheniramine, promethazine, hydroxyzine, and dimenhydrinate. - cimetidine (a stomach medicine). - heart medicines such as quinidine and flecainide. - disulfuram (a medicine used to treat alcoholism). - painkillers such as tramadol, morphine or fentanyl Always inform your doctor and pharmacist if you are taking any other medicines, including herbal tonics, supplements and medicines that you buy without a prescription.

Are there any food restrictions

Avoid Alcohol

How do I store Amitriptyline :

Store in a cool, dry place, protected from light, and away from the reach of children. - Medicines must not be used past the expiry date. - If you have been given Amitriptyline syrup, throw it away 6 months after opening.

Pregnancy Category

Category C : Animal reproduction studies have shown an adverse effect on the fetus and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in humans, but potential benefits may warrant use of the drug in pregnant women despite potential risks.

Therapeutic Classification

Antidepressants


Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. What is the use of the Adgaba AT 100MG tablet?

The tablet is anti-depressant belonging to a group of drugs called non-selective monoamine reuptake inhibitors used for the treatment of neuropathic pain, depression, anxiety disorders, partial-onset seizures, epilepsy, fibromyalgia (severe muscle pain and tenderness with altered sleep cycles and mood) and chronic pain caused by nerve damage due to spinal cord injury or diabetes. It is also used to treat postherpetic neuralgia, a condition that affects nerves and skin which is caused by chickenpox. The tablet helps many people to recover from depression by improving their mood, relieving from nerve pain and improve nerve conduction.

Q2. What are the side effects of the Adgaba AT 100MG tablet?

The tablet is well tolerated when taken in prescribed dosage guidelines. Most common side effects include agitation and anxiety, uncontrolled eye movements, dizziness, restlessness, hyperactivity, unusual tiredness and weakness, irritability, blurred vision, tremors, constipation, increased appetite, dry mouth, lower back pain, weight gain. Its use may also lead to extreme but uncommon side effects such as acute pancreatitis, respiratory depression, angioedema, weakness in arms, hands, legs or feet, suicidal ideation and behaviour.

Q3. Should we take Adgaba AT 100MG tablet with food or without food?

The tablet can be taken with or without food. Side effects such as sleepiness or drowsiness may be reduced if taken immediately after meals.

Q4. What are the precautions to be followed while taking the Adgaba AT 100MG tablet?

If you ever had impaired kidney function, sever liver impairment or heart disease, let your doctor know before taking this medicine. Inform your doctor about all the medicines you take to ensure that you are healthy. This medicine is contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients used in the tablet, arrhythmias, recent myocardial infarction, manic phase of bipolar disorder, severe hepatic impairment, children below 6 years. Caution is advised among patients with history of cardiovascular disease (stroke, tachycardia, conduction abnormalities), history of seizures, decreased gastrointestinal motility, narrow angle glaucoma, urinary retention, diabetes mellitus, benign prostatic hyperplasia, renal impairment, alcohol addiction, suicidal tendencies, withdrawal symptoms, children and elderly, pregnancy and lactation.

Q5. Does Adgaba AT 100MG tablet make you sleepy?

The tablet may decrease alertness, cause impaired judgement, affect your vision and make you feel dizzy, difficulty in concentration, fatigue, light headedness, so do not drive, operate heavy machinery or involve in any works which may demand your attention or physical strength.

Q6. Is Adgaba AT 100MG tablet harmful? What does an overdose of Adgaba AT 100MG tablet lead to?

The tablet is usually well tolerated when taken in the recommended dosage guidelines. Over dose of the medicine may lead to blurred vision, confusion, restlessness, dizziness, agitation, vomiting, dry mouth, severe hypotension, cardiac dysrhythmias, convulsions, CNS depression.

Q7. Can I take Adgaba AT 100MG tablet during pregnancy?

This medicine is not considered safe to use in pregnant women unless the potential benefits outweigh the risks involved. Despite the fact that there are limited studies in human beings, animal studies have shown effects on the developing baby. It is recommended that you consult your doctor before consuming this medicine.

Q8. Can Adgaba AT 100MG tablet be taken without a doctor’s prescription?

No, do not take the medicine without doctor’s prescription.

Q9. Is it okay to drink alcohol while I am on the Adgaba AT 100MG tablet?

Consumption of alcohol with this medicine is not recommended as it increases side effects such as difficulty in breathing, dizziness, light headedness. Any symptoms of abnormal reactions after taking the tablet should be reported to your doctor immediately.

Q10. How to store Adgaba AT 100MG tablet?

Store the medicine at room temperature (20-30 degree Celsius) in a cool and dry place. Keep the tablet according to the instructions mentioned on the pack or label. Store the medicine in the container or the pack it came in, tightly closed.

Q11. If I have trouble swallowing Adgaba AT 100MG tablet, can I mix it in water and drink it?

This tablet is designed to be swallowed with water. If you take them in a way they weren’t intended to be used, you could experience an overdose if the active constituent enters the blood stream too quickly. Alternatively, if it enters your body too slowly, it may never achieve a high enough concentration to be completely functional.

Q12. Can we give Adgaba AT 100MG tablet to children?

This tablet is not recommended for children below 6 years of age due to potential toxicity and limited safety.

Q13. By when should I start seeing the results of the Adgaba AT 100MG tablet?

The amount of time required for this medicine to show its action in the body is within 2-3 hours of administration. You may start feeling relief from nerve pain in two weeks of use. To see a complete benefit, you may have to continue this medicine for 2-3 months.

Q14. How long does the effect of Adgaba AT 100MG tablet last?

The amount of time for which this medicine remains active in the body for about 6-8 hours. However, it depends on the intended use, strength and the clinical condition of the patient.

Q15. Can we take Adgaba AT 100MG tablet daily? If yes, how many tablets can we take everyday?

Medicines should always be taken under medical supervision. Take the medicine exactly as prescribed by your doctor: for dosage and duration. Most recommended dose is one tablet per day.

Q16. For how many days should I take the Adgaba AT 100MG tablet?

The number of days that any medicine must be taken varies from patient to patient; and case to case. So always stick to your doctor’s suggestion about how many days to take this medicine.

Q17. When should I take Adgaba AT 100MG tablet?

Use the medicine exactly as prescribed by your doctor for the dosage and duration preferably at night.

Note: All of the above information is for reference purpose only. It is always recommended that you consult a medical professional.

Seller Information
Manufactured By

BION THERAPEUTICS INDIA PVT LTD

303-304, 5-10-194, chakrapani estates, hill fort rd, saifabad, hyderabad, telangana 500004

Packed By

BION THERAPEUTICS INDIA PVT LTD

303-304, 5-10-194, chakrapani estates, hill fort rd, saifabad, hyderabad, telangana 500004

Applicable Offers

  • 20% Discount
    On prescription medicines, orders above Rs 1000 T & C
  • 10% Discount
    On prescription medicines, orders above Rs 200 T & C

Alternatives for ADGABA AT 100MG TAB

Drugs with same composition & strength
DR REDDYS LABORATORIES LTD TRYPTOMER G 100MG TAB
10 Units / pack

118.75

In Stock

SUN PHARMA GABANTIP AT 100MG TAB
10 Units / pack

96.00 19.0%

In Stock

MESMER PHARMACEUTICALS AMIGABA LS TAB
10 Units / pack

91.00 24.0%

In Stock

LA RENON HEALTHCARE PVT LTD LAREGAB AT LS TAB
10 Units / pack

84.00 29.0%

In Stock

Top
Qty 1

Error & Success message