Milgamma N restores the conductibility of the nerve impulses through the neuromotor and vegetative nerve fibers.
Milgamma N also possesses the direct anti-neuralgic effects due to normalizing influence on mediators (analgesic action)
Milgamma N injections are recommended to treat:
- Peripheral neural system disorders
- Polyneropathy, (diabetic, alcoholic, etc.),
- Radical syndromes
- Retrobulbar neuritis
- Herpes zoster
- Paresis of facial nerve
- Injury of trigeminic nerve.
Milgamma N injections should not be used when:
- Hypersensitivity or allergy to any of Milgamma N active ingredients
- In neonates
Milgamma N can lead to: severe heart failure, thrombosis (clottage),
thrombembolia, erythremia, high red cell count(erytrocytosis)
Adverse effects of the Milgamma N injections:
There are possible side-effects
associated with the Milgamma N injections that can affect individuals in different
If a side effect is stated here, that does not necessarily mean
the fact that all people using Milgamma N injections will experience it or any other.
In some cases allergic reactions(skin rash, hives, Quincke's edema,
anaphylactic shock) can occur. In parenteral infusion vegetative and
cardiovascular reactions(sweatiness, increased heart rate, abnormal
heart bear, dizziness, vomiting), skin reactions in the form of acne and
seizures are observed in some patients.
For more information about any
other possible risks associated with Milgamma N injections, please read the
information provided with Milgamma N or consult your doctor or pharmacist.
It is important to tell your
doctor or pharmacist what medicines you are already taking, including
those bought without a prescription and herbal medicines, before you
start treatment with Milgamma N injections.
Similarly, check with your doctor or
pharmacist before taking any new medication while taking Milgamma N injections, to
ensure that the combination is safe.
Sulphate solutions disturb the structure of thiamine(B12 Vitamin) making it non efficient.
Levodopa lowers the therapeutic effect of Vitamin B6 thus Milgamma N injections too.
Milgamma N injections may also interact with cycloserin, D-penicillamin, epinephrine,
norepinephrine, sulfonamids, that reduce the effect of Vitamin B6.
Milgamma N injections
should not be used in combination with vitamin C(acid
ascorbic), salts of heavy metals, riboflavin(vitamin B2), chloramphenicole, NSAID's, aminoglycosides.
Do not share Milgamma N injections
Do not use Milgamma N injections for other health conditions.
Keep the Milgamma N injections, as well as syringes and needles, if needed during
treatment, out of the reach of children.
Do not reuse needles, syringes,
or other materials.
Milgamma N Injections one box with 5 x 2ml Milgamma N vials