Surulfate 1GM , Oxetacaine 20mg - Sucralfate and Oxetacaine/Oxethazaine are two medicines that are combined to form Surulfate 1GM, Oxetacaine 20mg. Sucralfate is a drug used to treat ulcers. To speed up recovery, it coats the damaged stomach ulcer tissue and protects it from damage or acid. A local anesthetic called oxetacaine or oxethazaine has a numbing effect that quickly relieves pain from stomach ulcers or other acid-related injuries.
The drug Sulphate 1GM, Oxetacaine 20mg is a member of a class of drugs known as "ulcer protectants", which are commonly prescribed to treat gastrointestinal or peptic ulcers. Additionally, it provides relief from gastritis, indigestion, heartburn, and hyperacidity. A mucous layer normally protects the stomach from acid. The mucous layer can sometimes break down as a result of excessive acid production, which causes issues including acidity and heartburn. A lesion on the lining of the stomach or the first part of the small intestine is known as a peptic ulcer.
Take Oxetacaine+Sucralfate as directed by your doctor ideally one hour before a meal. Shake the bottle well before use. Take the recommended dose orally, using the measuring cup included with the kit. After taking Oxetacaine+Sucralfate, avoid drinking anything as that can reduce its effectiveness.
Please tell your doctor if you have a history of allergy to Sulphate 1 GM, Oxetacaine 20mg, or any active or inactive ingredient of the product. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding It is advised to talk to your doctor before using Oxetacaine+Sucralfate if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Oxetacaine+sucralfate should not be given to children because its safety has not been established. If possible, keep taking Oxetacaine+Sucralfate as per your wish. If you suddenly stop taking oxetacaine + sucralfate the frequency or severity of subsequent ulcers will not change. Oxetacaine+Sucralfate should not be taken with antacids that contain aluminum or magnesium. Antacids containing aluminum and oxycaine + sucralfate can cause intestinal obstruction and constipation, while antacids containing magnesium can cause diarrhea. Do not take Oxetacaine+Sucralfate with alcohol as it may lead to increased acidity.