What is Cremaffin used for?
The drug Cremaffin is commonly used to relieve constipation.
Cremaffin is a liquid laxative. It contains a mixture of two different drugs, liquid paraffin and magnesium hydroxide.
1.Magnesium hydroxide retains water in the intestines and is helpful in softening hard stools. Which gives relief from constipation.
2.Liquid paraffin maintains the amount of water and fat in the stool. Kremafine and Kremafine Plus differ in just one ingredient. Cremaffin Plus also contains sodium pico sulfate, which helps soften the stool.
Use of Cremaffin:
- Stomach ulcers
- Rectal and anal pain
- stomach acid
- Constipation in children
- Acid neutralizer
- Increasing water in the intestines
- Softening stool
- Emptying the bowels before colonoscopy
In addition to the stated symptoms, kremafine can also be prescribed for other uses, contact your doctor or pharmacist for more information.
How should one use Cremaffin?
It is necessary to consult a doctor before taking a dose. Use of this medicine depends on the age, weight and illness of the patient.The use of cremaffin is determined by the health status of the patient.
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you forget to take a dose or delay in taking a dose or if you vomit after taking a dose.
Use of this medicine depends on the age, weight and illness of the patient.
How do I store Cremaffin?
The temperature for maintenance of cremaffin should be less than 28 ° C. Room temperature is usually the best for this. It also has to be kept away from direct sunlight or moisture. Never store kremafine in a bathroom or cool place. There are different brands of cremafine in the market which can also have different guidelines for storing them. For safety, you should keep it out of the reach of children and animals.
Do not throw the kremafine in the toilet or a drain without instructions. If it has expired or does not want to use it, do not use it. Whenever buying kremafine, first of all read the necessary instructions written on its package or ask your doctor about it. You can contact your doctor for more information .
What should I know before using Cremaffin?
Regarding the use of the Kremafin medicine, Dr. Ashok Rampal, a physician at Safdarjung Hospital, says that this drug starts taking its effect in 12 to 24 hours, although sometimes it can take 2 to 3 days to see its effect. . Also, before using it, talk to your doctor about these conditions if:
The patient is allergic to kremafine or any of the chemicals involved.
Do not give this dose to any other patient without doctor’s advice.
Do not give this dose to infants younger than 6 months.
Use caution when having kidney problems.
In case of appendicitis
Get your blood checked before using the medicine
Get liver status checked
Always check expiry on packaging
Women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant should consult their doctor before using it
Breastfeeding women do not use it
Do not drive after taking a dose
Contact your doctor immediately if you notice any change in your emotional state.
Is it safe to take Cremaffin during pregnancy or breast feeding.
Cremaffin syrup can be used to get rid of constipation, acidity and stomach problems during pregnancy. However, take its dose as prescribed by the doctor.
According to the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Kremafin drug is placed in the ‘A’ category of pregnancy risk category. The FDA Pregnancy Risk category list is given below:
A = no danger
B = some studies found danger
C = There may be some danger
D = positive evidence of danger exists
X = Contraindicated
N = don’t know
What can be the side effects of Cremaffin?
Below is a list of some possible side effects caused by the consumption of kremafine. If you notice any of the following side effects, consult your doctor and stop your intake immediately:
- loss of appetite
- Anal irritation
- Muscle aches
- itchy skin
- Stomach cramps
- Flushing (feeling of warmth in face, work, neck)
- Stomach cramps
- Swelling of eyes or lips
All the side effects caused by its use are not stated here. Contact your doctor if you feel any risk.
What medicines cannot be used with Cremaffin?
If you are taking any kind of medicine, then before using kremafine with it, be sure to know what kind of problems you may have with using it. It can also affect the effect of your medicine. Do not consume it without doctor's advice.
Talk to your doctor and pharmacist about your current health conditions before consuming it.
Can Cremaffin be used with food or alcohol?
The consequences can be dangerous. So talk to your doctor or pharmacist about what kind of foods it can be used with.
How can cremaffin affect health?
The use of kremafine can be dangerous for your health in some cases. Talk to your doctor and pharmacist about your current health conditions before consuming it. Excess intake of this can be dangerous for kidney and liver. If you have any type of symptoms or disease then contact your doctor. Having an allergy.
- Severe abdominal pain
- Intestinal disease
- Screw gut
- Kidney disease
- Intestinal obstruction
- Liver disease
Understand the dosage of Cremaffin
The information below is not medical advice. Contact your doctor or pharmacist before using it.
How is Cremaffin available?
Cremafein is available in the following doses:
Cremaffin Syrup: 200 ml, 170 ml, 150 ml
What to do if you miss a dose?
If you forget to take a dose of kremafine, take your dose as soon as you remember. However, if you want to take your next dose shortly after this, do not take it and keep it according to your regular dose.
Cremafein Variants and Composition
Cremaffin Plus Syrup
Sodium Pico sulfate: 3.33 mg
Paraffin Liquid: 1.25 ml
Magnesium Hydroxide: 3.75 ml
Cremaffin Sugar-Free Syrup Mixed Fruit
Paraffin Liquid: 3.75 ml
Magnesium Hydroxide: 11.25 ml
Cremaffin Fresh 5 Mg Tablet
Bisacodyl: 5 mg
What to do in case of an emergency or an overdose?
In the event of an emergency or overdose, call your local emergency services or visit your nearest emergency ward.
If you have any type of symptoms or disease then contact your doctor
Symptoms of overdose:
- stomach pain
- The reverse