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Noosanta 100 mg

$ 180.00$ 700.00

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Quick Overview

Brand Name: Noosanta 100
Generic Name: Opioid Painkiller
Active Ingredient: Tapentadol
Manufacturer: HAB Pharma
Drug Class: Opioid Analgesic, Centrally-acting analgesic
Strength: 100 mg
Packaging: 10 Tablet in 1 Strip
Treatment: Moderate to Severe Acute Pain
Time Duration: Time to work 30 minutes
Price: $180 to $700
SKU: NOSNT100 Category: Tags: ,

Product Description

What is Noosanta 100mg?

Noosanta 100 mg is a best severe acute pain reliever medication. The active component in Noosanta 100mg tablet is Tapentadol.

What is exactly Severe Acute pain?

Severe Acute pain happens suddenly as a result of a specific cause, such as an injury (cut, bruise, burn, broken bone, or torn muscle). A fever or disease, pregnancy contractions, or menstruation cramps can all lead to acute pain.


Acute pain occurs suddenly by trauma, illness, surgery, or severe medical procedures. It works to alert the body of diseases or issues.  It normally only lasts a short time and goes away once the root cause has been treated or cured.

Acute pain alerts your body that it is in risk and that its health has been affected. A common assumption is that acute pain is moderate and only lasts a short time. Acute pain is a highly stressful condition.

Knee replacement:

To get treatment to the knee joint above it, the surgeon cuts the front of your knee and turns your knee cap back. They removed the broken ends of your knee and thigh bones. To make a new joint, new parts are put on the ends of both bones.

After the effect of anesthesia wears off, moderate to severe pain, swelling and bruising is experienced. Your doctor will prescribe medications for postoperative pain relief. You may feel some knee pain during daily activities and at night for several weeks after your surgery.

Traumatic injury:

Traumatic injury is a word that refers to physical injuries which happen suddenly and are severe enough to require emergency care. Sudden injuries known as “shock trauma” can produce shock and require quick resuscitation and intervention to save life and limb.

Any serious injury to the body is called “bodily trauma”. It is not unusual for a patient to experience persistent, severe pain for no apparent reason after the initial injury has healed.

Serious burn:

Third-degree burns cause harm to both layers of skin, including hair follicles and sweat glands, as well as underlying structures. Fourth-degree burns go to fat, fifth-degree burns to muscle, and sixth-degree burns are given to bone.

Third-degree burns are the most painful and can be fatal. First and second-degree burns, on the other hand, are more painful. If you or someone you care about gets seek medical attention right once.

Broken bone:

A fracture is a break in any size bone. An open fracture (complex fracture) occurs when a damaged bone breaks through the skin.

Sharp, stabbing pain that worsens as you move or apply pressure to the bone is one symptom of a broken bone. Injury-related swelling, bruising, or soreness. Inability to put weight on the surface.

How is acute pain treated?

Acute pain requires more powerful treatments such as opioid analgesic “Noosanta 100 mg” helps the brain to release dopamine, a substance that decreases pain perception.

Noosanta 100 mg Opioid tablet such as fentanyl, oxycodone, and morphine are frequently used to treat pain caused by major surgical procedures, such as a knee replacement, or a traumatic injury, such as a serious burn or broken bone. Because of the potential side effects and the risks of addiction, it is critical that an anesthesiologist be involved in pain treatment strategies that need opioids.

Acute pain happens frequently in kids and teens who are injured while playing sports. Many of the same treatments are used for these young kids by anesthesiologists, with Noosanta 100mg prescribed only when other treatments are not effective and are under high observation.

Why do Doctors mostly prescribe Noosanta 100mg?

Noosanta 100 mg is an Opioid analgesic, prescribed for moderate to severe acute pain. Tapentadol is an active ingredient in Noosanta tablet it works by changing the way the body responds to pain.

Noosanta is prescribed by doctors for pain relief such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

How to Take Noosanta 100 mg?

  • Noosanta 100 mg is taken orally read the patient information leaflet before taking it. Take this tablet as your doctor prescribed for you, with or without food.
  • On the first day of therapy, if you are using Tapentadol tablet, your doctor may instruct you to take the first dose.
  • Do not attempt to take more doses without a doctor’s prescription. Swallow the entire tablet without crushing or breaking it.
  • The doctor will begin the treatment with a low dose of Noosanta and progressively raise it till the pain is controlled.
  • If your pain is not managed, your doctor may adjust the dose at any time during treatment. If the pain is not under control, contact a doctor.
  • You must not change the dose of your medication without first consulting with your doctor.
  • Do not take more tapentadol or use it for a longer period of time than suggested by your doctor.

Side effects of Noosanta 100mg:

  • Heartburn
  • Headache
  • The mouth is parched.
  • Irritability because of stomach pain
  • Tiredness that is excessive
  • Anxiety
  • Drowsiness
  • Irritability
  • Difficulties falling or staying asleep
  • Dreams that are out of the ordinary
  • A quick sensation of warmth

What if I forget to take a tapentadol 100mg dose?

Noosanta is used to treat pain, therefore missing a dose is less likely. You must, however, miss a dose if the next dose is near you must not take extra medication to make up for the missing dosage.  Do not take more Noosanta than suggested in a 24-hour time.

What happens if you take Overdose Noosanta 100 mg Tablet?

An overdose can be risky, especially in children or people who use opioid medications without a prescription.

  • Overdose Symptoms may include:
  • Slow breathing
  • Severe sleepiness

Precautions and Warnings:

  • Inform your doctor if you are allergic, Tapentadol, or any of the other substances in the medication.
  • Tell your doctor if you are taking, or have just stopped taking, any of the following medications:
  • Linezolid, Methylene blue, Tranylcypromine, Rasagiline. If any of these medications are prescribed for you while taking Tapentadol, you must notify your doctor.
  • If you are using any of the medications listed above, your doctor may advise you not to take Noosanta.
  • Keep in mind it is not appropriate for everyone. You must advise the doctor about your medical history, which includes brain diseases, renal illness, breathing issues, mental or emotional disorders, stomach/intestinal problems, pancreas disease, and gallbladder disease, before taking it.
  • When using this medicine, you should avoid drinking alcohol because it can reduce the effectiveness of Noosanta and make you dizzy.
  • Avoid driving or using heavy machinery during treatment unless you can do so safely.
  • Keep in mind that the medication has the potential to lower fertility in both men and women.
  • When taking Tapentadol, it is critical to discuss all of the hazards.
  • Inform your doctor that you are taking Noosanta 100mg before undergoing any surgery, including dental surgery.
  • One thing to keep in mind is that Tapentadol may cause constipation.
  • See your doctor about modifying your diet or taking additional medications to prevent constipation.
  • Pregnant and breastfeeding moms should see their doctor before using this drug because it can harm the baby.

Commonly Asked Questions

Q1) Is it possible to addiction of Noosanta 100 mg?

Ans: Indeed, if the Tapentadol 100mg Noosanta tablet is taken for a long time of time, it can become habit-forming or result in an overdose. The medication must be taken exactly as prescribed by the doctor.

Q2) Does Noosanta 100mg interact with any medications you are taking?

Ans: Drug interactions can significantly alter how a medication works and possibly increase the likelihood of unwanted effects.

Nalbuphine, Naltrexone, Samidorphan, Pentazocine are some medications that interact with Noosanta. Communicate with your doctor any other medications you are taking.

Q3) What should I avoid when using Tapentadol tablet?

Ans: It is recommended that you avoid driving, drinking alcoholic beverages, and engaging in risky activities while taking Tapentadol.

Q4) Is it safe to consume 100mg of Noosanta 100 mg tablet?

Ans: Sure, taking Noosanta 100 mg under the guidance of a doctor is safe.

Q5) Is Noosanta 100 mg safe for people with liver disease?

Ans: Those suffering from severe liver disease should use this medication with precaution and doctor’s indication. Based on the condition, the doctor may change the dose.

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