Trapic Tablets (Tranexamic Acid)

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Trapic Tablet belongs to a class of medicines called "antifibrinolytics", which are used to treat abnormal or unwanted bleeding. It is used to control bleeding in conditions such as heavy periods (menorrhagia), nosebleeds (epistaxis), cervical surgery (cervical conis), prostate surgery (post-prostatectomy), bladder surgery (post-cystectomy), internal bleeding.

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Trapic 500mg Tablet (Tranexamic Acid 500mg)

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Introduction of Trapic Tablets (Tranexamic Acid)

Trapic Tablet belongs to a class of medicines called "antifibrinolytics", which are used to treat abnormal or unwanted bleeding. It is used to control bleeding in conditions such as heavy periods (menorrhagia), nosebleeds (epistaxis), cervical surgery (cervical conis), prostate surgery (post-prostatectomy), bladder surgery (post-cystectomy), internal bleeding. Eye (traumatic hyphema), before tooth extraction (tooth extraction) in hemophiliacs (people who bleed more easily than usual) and a hereditary condition called angioneurotic edema (HANO). Trapic tablet contains "tranexamic acid" which belongs to the class of "antifibrinolytic agents". It is usually used for short-term treatment of bleeding. It works by regulating the breakdown of blood clots. It inhibits the release and action of plasmin. It is an enzyme that is essential for breaking down blood clots. This action helps to slow down bleeding. Trapic tablets are available in dosage forms: tablet, liquid, mouthwash and water for injection. The doctor determines the dose and the duration of the medicine according to your health. Trapic tablet may not cause side effects when taken orally. However, some patients may experience side effects such as nausea, diarrhea and skin itching. These side effects usually go away without treatment. If you experience other serious side effects, such as vision problems, while taking Trapic tablets, contact your doctor immediately. Do not take Trapic tablets if you are allergic to tranexamic acid or any of the other ingredients. Do not use this medicine if you have had kidney disease, thrombosis (formation of blood clots in blood vessels), disseminated intravascular coagulation (a disease in which blood clots form throughout the body) and seizures. Tell your doctor if you use birth control pills or fibrinolytic agents (medicines that dissolve blood clots). Also tell your doctor if you are pregnant, if you plan to become pregnant or if you are breastfeeding.

Uses of Trapic Tablets (Tranexamic Acid)

  • Abnormal heavy bleeding

 

Directions for Use

Trapic tablet is available in the following dosage forms: tablet, liquid, mouthwash and injection. Tablet: It must be swallowed whole with a full glass of water. The duration prescribed by the doctor. Do not crush, chew or crush the tablet. Liquid: shake the bottle well before each use. Take the prescribed dose of liquid medicine with a marked measuring spoon, cup or medicine cup, followed by water or milk. If it causes a bitter or metallic taste.Mouth: Brush your teeth before using the mouthpiece. Pour the mouthwash into a measuring cup. Then gargle it by emptying the cup into your mouth. Spit into the sink after covering your mouth. Injection: The injection will be given by a doctor, so do not do it yourself.

Side Effects of Trapic Tablets (Tranexamic Acid)

Trapic tablet may not cause side effects when administered orally. However, some patients may experience side effects such as nausea, diarrhea and skin itching. These side effects usually go away without treatment. If you experience other serious side effects, such as vision problems, while taking Trapic tablets, contact your doctor immediately.

Precautions of Trapic Tablets (Tranexamic Acid)

Tell your doctor before taking Trapic if you notice blood in your urine (except during periods) or if you have had uncontrolled bleeding, disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) (a disease in which blood clots form throughout the body) irregular periods and kidney disease. Also tell your doctor if you or anyone in your family has a history of thrombosis (formation of blood clots in blood vessels). Tell your doctor if you use this medicine daily for a long time to treat hereditary angioedema (HANO). If so, you may need regular eye and blood tests to make sure your liver is working properly. Tell your doctor if you use birth control pills, including the patch, vaginal ring, and intrauterine device (IUD), because of the risk of deep vein thrombosis (a condition in which a blood clot forms in a deeper vein, most often in the legs). Tell your doctor if you are taking fibrinolytic agents (medicines that break up blood clots) such as streptokinase, as they may prevent Trapic from working. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, if you plan to convert pregnant or if you remain breast-feeding.

Interactions of Trapic Tablets (Tranexamic Acid)

Drug interactions: Trapic tablet may interact with birth control pills, fibrinolytic drugs (streptokinase, urokinase, reteplase, alteplase and tenecteplase, etc.), antipsychotic drug (chlorpromazine) and blood cancer drug. (tretinoin) and progestins (levonorgestrel).

Drug-Disease Interactions: Trapic Tablets should not be used in patients with a history of color vision disorders, active intravascular coagulation, intracranial bleeding, seizures and renal impairment.

FAQ’s:-

How does Trapic Tablet work?

Trapic Tablet is an "antifibrinolytic agent" that can effectively stop bleeding. It stops blood clots from breaking down by inhibiting the action of plasmin (an enzyme needed to break up blood clots).

Can I use the Trapic tablet for a long time?

Trapic tablets should be used for short-term control of bleeding. Do not use it often or for a long time without consulting your doctor.

Can I use the Trapic pill to stop my period?

Trapic Tablet does not stop menstruation. It can reduce bleeding only in heavy bleeding. But do not use this medicine for any indication without consulting your doctor.

Can I take Trapic tablets with birth control pills?

Trapic should not be taken with birth control pills, including the vaginal ring, intrauterine device and patch, because of the risk of deep vein thrombosis (blood clot in a deeper vein, usually in the legs). So tell your doctor if you use birth control pills before taking Trapic tablets.

Does Trapic Tablet affect fertility?

Trapic tablet may not affect fertility. It is used to rest abnormal bleeding throughout heavy periods. To avoid unwanted side effects, talk to your doctor before using this medication.

Can Trapic tablets be used for children?

Trapic Tablet can be used with caution in children. Your doctor may change the dose depending on your child's age, weight and health.

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Manufacturer:A. Menarini India Pvt Ltdine HCL)
Equivalent Brand:Cyklokapron
Generic Search:Tranexamic Acid
Strength:500mg