|Description||Trenaxa Tranexamic Acid 500 mg|
|Generic Name||Tranexamic Acid|
Trenaxa 500 mg (Tranexamic acid tablets)
Trenaxa 500 mg is used for the treatment and prevention of excessive bleeding during menstrual periods. It constitutes of the active ingredient Tranexamic acid, an antifibrinolytic drug used to prevent and reduce menstrual bleeding, by stopping the blood clots from disintegrating very fast. It is a prescription treatment for short term management of internal bleeding in patients who have haemophilia.
Clinical Uses of Trenaxa 500 mg
Trenaxa is specially formulated for the treatment and prevention of heavy menstrual bleeding and severe loss of blood. Your physician may also prescribe this drug to treat blood clotting problems and swelling in various body parts. You should inform the physician about any ongoing treatment before using tranexamic acid tablets to avoid unwanted effects.
Trenaxa tablets must be consumed as per the physician’s instructions. The medicine is meant for oral consumption and can be taken before or after consuming food. Swallow the tablet with water without chewing or crushing it. The medicine should only be taken after the start of the menstrual period. The effects of the medicine stay for 2 to 4 hours.
Possible Side Effects
Taking Trenaxa 500 mg tablets result in some unwanted effects, but many people may not experience side effects, or if they do so, the side effects are minor. The commonly reported side effects are a pain in the joints, the onset of sinus congestion, headache, pain in the stomach, tiredness, and spasms. Some severe side effects can develop when you take Tranexamic acid tablets, and these include allergic reaction, vision changes, dizziness, and seizures. In case you experience any of these major side effects, immediately contact your physician and ask for medical help.
Precautions and Warnings
Before you start using Tranexamic acid tablets, provide your physician with detailed information about your medical history and your current health status. Do not forget to inform him about your pre-existing health issues and allergies. Your physician should know about your pregnancy and your plans to conceive in the future before prescribing the medicine.
Blood clots have happened with trenaxa tablets. Tell your physician if you have a history of blood clots.
An eye exam should be done before taking Trenaxa tablets.
If you still have heavy menstrual bleeding after two cycles, or if this medicine is not working to improve your condition, please talk to your physician.
Avoid driving or performing tasks that need alertness until you see how this medicine affects you.