Tavegil review

Tavegil is a virtually unknown drug, although it has reached some popularity in Germany. The most well-known brand name for the drug is Clemastine and it is a prescribed drug. You can’t get it over the counter. It’s most popular use is as an antihistamine. It counters the effects of the histamine produced by our bodies. Histamine is produced as a defense against the things we are allergic to. However, when histamine is produced to defend our body against our allergies we also get runny noses and we get itchy all over our body. Anti-histamines prevent those symptoms.

Tavegil is an anti-histamine that works well with allergic symptoms, at the same time it also produces a mild sedative effect on its users. Tavegil is mostly used for hay fever, skin rashes, and allergic reactions to insect bites. It is also given to people with the symptoms of an allergy, runny noses, itchy eyes, rashes and hives. Tavegil provides relief from these symptoms by blocking the histamine that is usually the cause for the allergies.

Tavegil sometimes causes dizziness and nausea, so after taking it you should lie down and rest. It also might cause blurred vision and drowsiness. Try not to do any strenuous activity, especially sports that require hand-eye coordination. Also try to avoid operating heavy machinery. Other side effects include constipation or diarrhea, abdominal pain, dry mouth and tremors. Alcohol makes these side effect worse so don’t ingest and beer or even wine after taking this medication.

People with glaucoma, epilepsy and other seizure problems, urinary problems and enlarged prostate glands should consult with their doctor before taking Tavegil. Your doctor might need to adjust the dose or prescribe different medication. This drug has not been deemed safe for pregnant women, so if you are pregnant or are thinking about getting pregnant please consult your doctor. It also passes through breastmilk so mothers should not nurse their children while they’re still on Tavegil.

There are many medications that don’t mix well with each other, so you should inform your doctor of any medication you’re taking before you go on Tavegil.Even herbal or natural vitamins might have some effect on the body when you combine it with Tavegil. Don’t take a chance, tell your doctor all the medications you’re taking. Here are some medications that might react badly with Tavegil: anti-psychotic medication like haloperidol and chlorpromazine, barbiturates and sleeping pills only to name a few. Tavegil is usually available in syrup and pill form. Remember; don’t take more than the prescribed dose and it is better to digest it with some food to prevent an upset stomach.

Tavegil has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of tavegil

• Molecular formula of tavegil is C21H26ClNO
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 2-[2-[1-(4-chlorophenyl)-1-phenyl-ethoxy]ethyl]-1-methyl-pyrrolidine
• Molecular weight is 343.89 g/mol
Tavegil available : 1,34mg tablets

Generic name: Clemastine

Brand name(s): Clemastina, Clemastinum, Meclastin, Mecloprodin, Tavist

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