Sibelium

What is Sibelium?

is a drug classified as a calcium channel blocker Flunarizine is a non-selective calcium entry blocker with other actions including histamine H1 receptor blocking activity. It is effective in the prophylaxis of migraine,vertigo and occlusive peripheral vascular disease

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Good morning Dr. XXXXXXX You have advised me to take the following medicines for 6 months to treat my chronic headache and pain/current like...

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Decrease amitriptyline

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The drug amitriptyline and pregabalin can have side effects with decrease in sexual...

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Good evening Dr. XXXXXXX - I have been taking the following medicines prescribed by you to treat my chronic headache.

1. Betacap TR 40 - in the...

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Brief Answer:
Take treatment as advised

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Hello,
You are getting good response to treatment.
Follow the lifestyle modifications.
The...

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What happens if we have 3 sibelium 10mg tablets?

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You may develop symptoms of overdose

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Dear Sheeraz, Hi
I can understand your concern for the safety of the medicine...

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Good morning Dr. XXXXXXX You have advised me to take the following medicines for 6 months to treat my chronic headache and pain/current like...

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Hi, I am 30Yrs old and I am suffering from migraine headache from past 4 Yrs. I used to take Sibelium 10mg tablet for continues 2 months and later...

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