TAVEGIL tablets, clemastine fumarate, eczema, chickenpox, hay fever, nervous colds
Active ingredient: clemastine fumarate
TAVEGIL tablets, clemastine fumarate, eczema, chickenpox, hay fever, nervous colds Application:
For allergic symptoms and skin itching of any origin (e.g. eczema, chickenpox), hay fever, nervous colds.
For risks and side effects, read the package leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
- allergic rhinitis, eg
Application TAVEGIL tablets, clemastine fumarate, eczema, chickenpox, hay fever, nervous colds Info
If necessary, the dose can be increased to 2 tablets per day for children aged 6-12 years, whereby the single dose is increased to 1 tablet.
If necessary, the dose can be increased to 6 tablets per day for adolescents aged 12 and over and adults.
The drug has a sedative (depressant) effect and should be taken if this effect is also desired.
The total dose should not be exceeded without consulting a doctor or pharmacist.
Type of application?
Take the medicine with liquid (e.g. 1 glass of water).
Duration of use?
The duration of use is not limited.
There can be a variety of overdose symptoms, including tiredness, gastrointestinal
, cramps, breathing difficulties and
If you suspect an overdose, contact a doctor immediately.
Forgot to take?
Continue taking it as normal (i.e. not double the amount) at the next prescribed time.
pay attention to a conscientious dosage, especially for babies, small children and the elderly.
If in doubt, ask your doctor or pharmacist about any effects or precautions.
A dosage prescribed by the doctor may deviate from the information on the package leaflet.
Therefore, since the doctor adjusts them individually, you should use the medicine according to his instructions.
TAVEGIL tablets, clemastine fumarate, eczema, chickenpox, hay fever, nervous colds dosage
Children from 6-12 years 1/2 tabletChildren from 6-12 years morning and evening, regardless of the meal Adolescents from 12 years and adults 1 tablet Adolescents from 12 years and adults morning and evening, regardless of the meal.
What adverse effects may occur?
- Stomach pain
- Dry mouth
- Excitement, especially in children
Accelerated heart rate - Hypersensitivity reactions of the skin If you notice any discomfort or change during treatment, contact your doctor or pharmacist.
For the information at this point, side effects are primarily taken into account that occur in at least one in 1,000 patients treated.
What speaks against an application?
- Hypersensitivity to the ingredients
- Porphyria (metabolic disease)
- Impaired kidney function
- Impaired liver function Under certain circumstances
- talk to your doctor or pharmacist:
- Narrowing in the digestive tract, at the transition from the stomach to the small intestine or due to scarring of a stomach ulcer
- Heart disease
- Deviation in the ECG (prolongation of the QT duration), which can result in cardiac arrhythmia
- narrow-angle glaucoma
- enlarged prostate with residual urine
- narrowing of the bladder neck
- disturbances of the salt balance, for example potassium
- or magnesium deficiency Which age group should be considered?
- Babies and young children under the age of 2 years:
The medicine should generally not be used in this age group.
- Children under 6 years of age:
The medicine should not normally be used in this group.
There are preparations that are more suitable in terms of the strength of the active ingredient and/or dosage form.
What about pregnancy and lactation?
consult your doctor.
Various considerations play a role in whether and how the drug can be used during pregnancy.
consult your doctor or pharmacist.
He will examine your particular starting position and advise you accordingly as to whether and how you can continue breastfeeding.
If you have been prescribed the drug despite a contraindication, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
The therapeutic benefit can be higher than the risk that the use involves in the event of a contraindication.
What should you consider?
- The ability to react can also be impaired when used as intended, especially in higher doses or in combination with alcohol.
Be particularly careful when driving or using machines (including household ones) that could injure you.
- Beware of intolerance to lactose.
If you have to follow a diabetic diet, you should consider the sugar content.
- There may be medicines with which interactions occur.
You should therefore generally tell your doctor or pharmacist about any other medicine you are already using before starting treatment with a new medicine.
This also applies to medicines that you buy yourself, use only occasionally or have been using for some time.