Transamine (Tranexamic Acid)
What is Transamine (Tranexamic Acid) used for?
This medicine is manufactured in Turkey.
Transamine (Tranexamic Acid) is a synthetic amino acid prescribed to treat patients with haemophilia. The medication increases the effectiveness of platelets to improve clotting and prevent excessive bleeding. This action also makes it useful for treating excessive bleeding during menstruation or following surgery. Your doctor may prescribe it to treat other unlisted conditions, as well.
How should I use Transamine (Tranexamic Acid)?
Always follow your doctor`s instructions while using Transamine (Tranexamic Acid) to get the most effective results from treatment. It is normally taken two to four times each day at a dose of one tablet, but your particular regimen will depend on your health condition and the severity of your symptoms. Swallow these doses whole and unaltered with a full glass of water. Never crush, split, or chew the tablets before use to avoid destroying or altering the effects of their contents. Ask your pharmacist or doctor any questions you have about using the medicine to ensure the correct administration.
What are the side effects of Transamine (Tranexamic Acid)?
Transamine (Tranexamic Acid) may cause side effects in some patients including:
Tell your doctor as soon as any symptoms occur that worry you or if more serious side effects appear such as a severe headache, vision problems, leg pain, unusual swelling, severe fatigue, bloody urine, faintness, painful urination, or seizures. These conditions may require emergency medical attention or changes to your dosage to prevent further complications from occurring.
Do not begin using Transamine (Tranexamic Acid) if you are suffering from a blood clot in the blood vessels. Also inform your doctor if you have a risk of clots in the blood vessels, haematuria, or if you are a woman with irregular menstrual cycles as these conditions may cause problems during treatment.
Strictly use Transamine (Tranexamic Acid) as prescribed and follow all instructions provided by your doctor. Safe, suitable, and optimum dosage can vary and is dependent on the patient`s health and medical history, as well as the condition you are treating.
Transamine (Tranexamic Acid) may not be safe or suitable for all patients. Always ensure your doctor is informed if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, using any other type of medication (including non-prescription medicine, vitamins, and supplements), as well as if you have any allergies, other illnesses, or pre-existing medication conditions.
Seek immediate medical attention or proceed to your nearest accident and emergency department if you suffer a hypersensitive or allergic reaction. Symptoms usually present during a reaction of this nature include difficulty breathing or swallowing, swelling of the limbs or face, tight chest, hives, and skin rashes.