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Tapfree ER 100 mg
|100 Tablets||$ 180.00||
|200 Tablets||$ 300.00||
|300 Tablets||$ 420.00||
|400 Tablets||$ 520.00||
|Brand Name:||Tapfree ER 100|
|Generic Name:||Opioid Painkiller|
|Active Ingredient:||Tapentadol Extended Release|
|Manufacturer:||MSN Laboratories Pvt. Ltd.|
|Drug Class:||Opioid Analgesic|
|Packaging:||10 Tablet in 1 Strip|
|Treatment:||Treat Chronic Trigeminal Neuralgia Pain|
|Time Duration:||Time to work 30 to 60 minutes|
|Price:||$180 to $520|
Tapfree ER 100 mg contains Tapentadol Extended Release prescription medicine for the treatment of chronic trigeminal neuralgia. Tapentadol extended-release tablets are used for the treatment of long-term pain, most commonly in adults. It is a strong opioid-class pain reliever that is prescribed only when other non-opioid pain relievers have failed to work and the pain is uncontrollable.
What is Use of Tapfree ER 100 mg?
Tapfree 100 mg (Extended Release) tablet also used to treat chronic pain condition Trigeminal neuralgia and also treat other chronic pains such as muscle pain, Diabetic Neuropathy, Surgery, injury, Serious foot Problems, Joint pain, Back Pain, etc.
What is Exactly Trigeminal Neuralgia?
Trigeminal neuralgia (TN), which is also known as tic douloureux, has been described as the most frustrating pain known to mankind. The pain usually affects the lower cheek and jaw, although it can also affect the area nearby the nose and above the eye.
Irritation of the trigeminal nerve, which sends branches to the forehead, cheek, and lower jaw, causes this acute, stabbing, electric shock-like pain. It is typically only present on one side of the face. The pain might be triggered by something as simple as brushing your teeth, eating, or being outside in the wind. Attacks of trigeminal neuralgia may begin mild and temporary, but if left untreated, they can worsen over time.
Trigeminal Neuralgia Symptoms
Following Trigeminal neuralgia symptoms may include:
- Severe, shooting, or hitting pain that feels like an electric shock
- Pain attacks that occur impulsively or are caused by activities such as stroking the face, chewing, speaking, or cleaning teeth
- Pain attacks that last from a few seconds to several minutes
- Pain associated with facial spasms
- Bouts of multiple incidents lasting days, weeks, months, or longer — some people have periods when they experience no pain
- Pain in areas connected by the trigeminal nerve, such as the cheek, jaw, teeth, gums, lips, or, less frequently, the eye and forehead
- Pain related to one side of the face at a time
- Pain focused in one spot or increases in a wider pattern
A variety of Causes of trigeminal neuralgia pain, including:
- Touching your face
- Brushing your teeth
- Putting on makeup
- Breeze lightly blowing over your face
- Washing your face
How Tapfree ER 100 mg Tablet Treat Trigeminal neuralgia?
Tapfree 100 mg (ER) is a long-term painkiller tablet prescribed by doctors to treat Trigeminal neuralgia.
Tapfree ER 100 mg works by activating a region of nerve cells in the brain and body called opioid receptors which block the transmission of pain signals between the brain and the body.
Take Tapfree ER 100 mg exactly as prescribed by your doctor. After taking it will start showing effect in 30 to 60 minutes.
How to take it
You should take your Tapfree 100mg (ER) exactly as your medical professional prescribes. Take it with a glass full of water and swallow the tablet whole and avoid crushing or chewing.
If you forget to take Tapfree ER Tablet, take the missed dose as soon as you remember. Ensure that you do not take an extra dose to compensate for a missed dose.
An overdose of Tapentadol tablets, such as Tapfree ER 100mg, may cause extreme drowsiness, sweating, confusion, blurred vision, clammy skin, slowed breathing, and muscle weakness.
Consult a doctor as soon as possible to avoid further medical complications.
Side Effects of Tapfree ER 100 mg
Possible common side effects of Tapfree ER Tablet:
- Abdominal pain
The Tapfree 100mg (ER) tablet should be taken as prescribed by your doctor. This Tapentadol tablet may interact adversely with certain medications or medical conditions.
To prevent harmful effects, discuss your medical history and current medications with your doctor.
Tapfree 100mg Extended Release tablet can interact with the following medications:
- Methylene Blue
If you have any of the following conditions, it is best to consult your doctor before consuming Tapfree ER Tablet:
- Impaired GI motility
- Infectious diarrhea
- Liver disease
- Intracranial pressure
- Respiratory depression
- Biliary spasm
- Acute alcohol intoxication
- Renal dysfunction
- Seizure disorders
- Urinary retention
- Drug dependence
- Gastrointestinal obstruction
Taking a medication like Tapfree 100 mg extended release requires specific precautionary measures. Some of the precautions include the following:
- Do not take Tapfree ER 100mg Tablet with Alcohol.
- Avoid taking Tapentadol 100mg (ER) if you have experienced allergic issues.
- As this medication may cause dizziness, avoiding physically demanding tasks such as driving is advisable.
- During pregnancy, this medication Tapfree ER 100mg should be used only when clearly needed. It may harm an unborn baby. Discuss the risks and benefits with your doctor.
Keep Tapfree 100mg (ER) Tablet in a place that is cool, and dry.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What are Tapfree 100 mg ER?
Tapfree 100 mg ER treats chronic pain in adults. It helps block pain sensations in brain and body.
Can I purchase Tapfree 100mg without a prescription?
Tapfree 100mg (extended-release) is a medication that can only be obtained with a doctor’s prescription and is not available over the counter.
Is Tapfree tablet safe?
Tapfree ER 100 mg tablet is an entirely safe medication prescribed by doctors to treat chronic pain. The active ingredient in this medication, Tapentadol, is an FDA-approved drug.
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