The Use Of Anti-pain Drugs In Patients With Gastric Acid?
u askrnWhat is the difference between layer and analgesic drugs, what about the contraindications for gastric patients on these two drugs?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The first drug you mention has a composition of 500 mg of mefenamic acid and is included in the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug class, with the function of relieving mild to moderate pain caused by inflammation and can be used in cases of headaches, toothaches, muscle aches and the like. This drug should be taken immediately after you eat because it has side effects on people with stomach.
While the second drug you mention contains 500 mg of Metampiron and 2 mg of diazepam, which are intended to relieve moderate to severe pain. So that one indication of its use is pain that cannot be relieved by mild pain relievers such as mefenamic acid. In addition, unlike the previous drugs, this drug is not recorded to have side effects on the stomach so you are free to take it whenever you feel pain. But for all drugs, you still have to read the rules for use because there are safe limits for drugs to be consumed in a day.
So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa