BECLATE ROTACAPS 200 MCG
Beclate Rotacaps 200 Mcg is use to cure shortness of breath, wheezing, and other conditions.This synthetic steroid is mainly recommended for asthma attacks.
The active ingredient or salt present in the Beclate Rotacaps 200 Mcg is Beclomethasone propionate, a corticosteroid, and anti-inflammatory.It also contains CFC-free propellant norflurane to delivers 200mcg beclomethasone as an aerosol into your lungs.
How does it work
This medicine works on the lungs airways and makes breathing easier by reducing the swelling and irritation of the airways. It prevents the release of inflammatory chemicals released into the airways.
How to use this
Beclate Rotacaps 200 Mcg dosage is based on your condition. You can take it as prescribed by your doctor or you can follow the instructions printed on the product insert.It comes in an aerosol and solution to inhale or in the form of capsules and recommend 250 mcg 4 times/day in case of severe asthma.Pregnant women or breastfeeding ladies must consult with a doctor before consuming it.You should avoid driving if you experience a headache, hypotension, drowsiness, dizziness etc. after consuming it.Do not stop this medicine usage immediately due to rebound effects or have a talk with your specialist. Avoid using an expired version of Beclate Rotacaps 200 Mcg and do not overuse it.
Side-effects due to constituents of Beclate Rotacaps 200 Mcg does not always occur but patients can experience stuffy nose, headache, nausea and lightheadedness, nosebleed, wheezing, increased eye pressure, throat or sinus irritation, etc. Some of them are rare but can be serious if not taken care of at the proper time.
Precautions and Warning
Inform your doctor about your current allergies, current health conditions, the current list of medications, and pre-existing diseases before consuming this medicine.Since some health conditions can make you more prone to the side-effects of this drug.You must inform your doctor about conditions like- parasitic infection, immune system problem, herpes eye infection, cataracts, fungal infection, history of breathing problems, increased eye pressure etc.