Clobazam IP 5 mg Tablets


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Clobazam 5 mg Tablet is a type of medicine that is used to treat seizures, epilepsy, and bad anxiety.It is a member of the class of drugs known as benzodiazepines. Doctors strongly advise this medicine for people with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome. This disorder makes people have seizures and problems with their development. 

Clobazam 5 mg Tablet helps the body use a natural chemical called GABA to calm the brain and nervous system. It helps the brain stay calm and prevents seizures. This medicine can also be used with other drugs to help control seizures in adults and kids over 2 years old with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome.

How To Use Clobazam 5 mg Tablet?

  • Take this medicine how your doctor tells you, for as long as they say. 
  • Swallow the whole Tablet.
  • Don’t bite, crush, or break it.
  • It can be taken with or without food, but it’s best to take it at the same time every day.

Benefits Of Clobazam 5 mg Tablet

Clobazam 5 mg tablets are a type of medicine used for different reasons. Here are some possible good things about taking Clobazam 5 mg tablets:

Treatment Of Seizures: Clobazam is given with other medicines to stop seizures in adults and kids (at least 2 years old) who have Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. This is a condition that causes seizures and usually slows down development.

Treating Serious Anxiety: Clobazam can also help with very bad anxiety in some situations. It helps by calming down the overactive nerve cells in the brain, which reduces anxiety.

Side Effects Of Clobazam 5 mg Tablet

  • Speech disorder
  • Decreased appetite
  • Irritability
  • Aggression
  • Restlessness
  • Drug tolerance
  • Difficulty in paying attention
  • Tremors
  • Abnormality of voluntary movements
  • Constipation
  • Sleepiness
  • Depression
  • Dizziness
  • Dryness in mouth
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Sedation

Precautions Of Clobazam 5 mg Tablet

  • It’s really important for your doctor to regularly check on you or your child to make sure the medicine is working well and to see if there are any side effects.
  • Inform your doctor if you are expecting a baby or thinking about having a baby. Taking this medicine later in pregnancy could cause issues for your newborn baby, like feeling very sleepy or experiencing withdrawal symptoms. Please tell your doctor if your baby has trouble sleeping, diarrhea, problems eating, cries in a high-pitched way, is irritable, has weak muscles, is restless, shakes or trembles, is sluggish, has trouble breathing, is losing weight, or is vomiting.
  • This medication will intensify the effects of alcohol and other drugs that cause drowsiness or decreased alertness. Some types of medications that slow down the central nervous system are antihistamines for allergies and colds, sleeping pills, painkillers, seizure medication, and muscle relaxants.
  • This medicine might make some people feel dizzy, sleepy, or less awake than usual.
  • This medicine can make you want to take it all the time. If you think the medicine isn’t working, don’t take extra doses. Contact your doctor to get directions.
  • Always talk to your doctor before changing or stopping your medicine. Your doctor may want you to slowly use less of it before stopping completely. This might help stop your seizures from getting worse and lessen the chance of having withdrawal symptoms like changes in behavior, feeling sad, not wanting to eat, or having trouble sleeping.
  • Signs of an overdose can include: blurred vision, passing out or feeling confused, trouble speaking, feeling dizzy or weak when standing up, seeing or hearing things that aren’t there, feeling tired or weak, having trouble breathing or sleeping, feeling unusually excited, nervous or restless, or having trouble controlling your muscles. In case you encounter these signs, get in touch with your physician right away.
  • This medicine can cause serious skin reactions like Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis. Contact your doctor immediately if you experience skin blistering, peeling, or loosening, chills, cough, diarrhea, itching, joint or muscle pain, red irritated eyes, red skin lesions, sore throat, sores, ulcers, or white spots in your mouth or on your lips.
  • See your doctor immediately if you have dark, sticky stools, chest pain, chills, cough, fever, painful urination, sore throat, sores, ulcers, or white spots in your mouth or on your lips, swollen glands, unusual bleeding or bruising, or unusual tiredness or weakness.
  • If you or your child have weird thoughts or act strange while taking this medicine, talk to your doctor about it. Some people who take this medicine have experienced similar changes to those seen in people who drink too much alcohol.
  • The birth control pills might not be as effective when you are taking this medicine. To avoid getting pregnant, use another type of birth control along with your birth control pills while you’re being treated and for 28 days after you finish taking them.
  • Don’t take any other medicine without talking to your doctor first.

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Clobazam IP 5 mg Tablets