Levosulpiride Tablets comes under the branding V-PRIDE 25. It belongs to the combination of medicines known as “prokinetics, antipsychotics, and psycholeptic” that is primarily used to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD),dyspepsia (indigestion), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Moreover, Levosulpiride Tablets are also used to treat mental disorders such as somatic symptom disorders and chronic schizophrenia with negative symptoms.
Levosulpiride Tablets contain “Levosulpiride 25 MG” which boosts the pressure of the inferior oesophagal sphincter, thus preventing the backflow of food and acid from the stomach into the mouth. Levosulpiride Tablets increase gastrointestinal motility without deranging their rhythm, thus helping in treating indigestion. Levosulpiride Tablets act by blocking the impact of chemical receptors in the human brain like dopamine, thereby medicine helps in improving mood, thoughts, and behavior.
Your doctor will decide how long you need to take Levosulpiride Tablets depending on your medical condition.
Remember, always follow the recommendations of Levosulpiride Tablets provided by your healthcare provider or the instructions on the medication packaging:
Dosage, administration instructions and guidelines, and potential side effects may vary depending on the specific product and the individual’s medical condition:
Are there any side effects of Levosulpiride Tablets?
Like any medication, Levosulpiride Tablets may have side effects. Some common side effects can include headache, dizziness, diarrhea, and breast enlargement in males (gynecomastia).
Is Levosulpiride Tablets safe during breastfeeding and pregnancy?
Generally, it is not recommended to use Levosulpiride Tablets during pregnancy unless the potential advantages outweigh the risks. Consult your healthcare provider before using it.
Can Levosulpiride Tablets be taken with food?
Usually, the medicine is taken before meals, as it helps in regulating gastric emptying and improving digestion. Your doctor will provide specific guidelines on when and how to take it.