WOBENZYM N - MUCOS Pharma
Adults: In general: 2 tablets 3 times daily to be swallowed whole with plenty of liquid. In acute cases, the dose may safely be increased to 4 - 6 tablets 3 times daily. It is recommended to take the tablets, either as a single dose or spread throughout the day, about half an hour to one hour before meals.
Note: In chronic conditions, the symptoms may occasionally increase after starting therapy. This is a therapeutic reaction which is beneficial and should not be interpreted as a reason for discontinuing the medication; if necessary, a temporary dosage reduction may be considered.
1 tablet cont.: Pancreatin 100 mg (300 protease Ph.Eur.units), Papain 60 mg (164 I.U.), Rutin 50 mg (3H20), Bromelain 45 mg (225 I.U.), Trypsin 24 mg (720 I.U.), Chymotrypsin 1 mg (300 I.U.). (Core: corn starch).
Sport injuries, venous diseases, acute and chronic inflammation, rheumatic disorders, lymphedema, prostatitis.
In severe congenital or acquired coagulation disorders (eg. haemophilia, severe liver damage), dialysis patients, organ transplant patients and allergies to one of the ingredients. The advice of a therapist is recommended before taking if pregnant, lactating, before an operation, diabetic or using anticoagulants.
Generally well tolerated; no harmful side effects have been observed even after prolonged treatment with high doses. Can occasionally cause a harmless change in the consistency, colour and odour of the stools. Allergic reactions are rare and subside on withdrawal of the medication. After taking large single doses, a sensation of fullness, flatulence and occasionally vomiting have been reported. This can be avoided by spreading the dose throughout the day.
Interactions with other medication:
There are no known incompatibilities with other co-administered drugs. Concurrent administration with antibiotics increases the antibiotic concentration at the site of action.
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