Prescription Medication After IUD Birth Control?
Ass I want to ask. After installing the IUD, I was given 1cefspan, sincronix, kalnex, but the sincronix drug is not available in the pharmacy, it is a painkiller, if you take a drink with ponstan, is it okay and safe not to coincide with cefspan and kalnex?
Good night Nindi.
Basically, synchronous drugs and ponstans are both painkillers, but there are slight differences in both. First, in terms of the content of the drug content, Synchronic contains a drug called tramadol and paracetamol, while ponstan contains mefenamic acid. Second, the administration of tramadol is generally given at a fairly severe level of pain, whereas mefenamic acid is usually given in mild to moderate pain. For whether it is safe or not taken together with the two other drugs mentioned, yes, mefenamic acid is safe for consumption together.
However, it is strongly recommended, if a drug prescribed by a doctor is not found, you go back to the doctor who prescribed it and tell you that you cannot find the drug and whether it can be replaced with the drug you mentioned earlier. It is not advisable to change the drug yourself even though it has the same effect, because the ingredients in the drug have also been considered by doctors, so it is not recommended to be replaced without the doctor's approval.
I hope this helps.