Satrogyl (Satranidazole) is an anti-amoebic, antiprotozoal,and anti-bacterial medicine which belongs to the group of ritroimidazole drugs. It can be used to treat a range of conditions, including trichomoniasis, giardiasis, periodontitis, liver abscesses, anaerobic infections, intestinal amoebiasis, and hepatic amoebiasis.
Consult your physician for a full list of conditions which this treatment can be used to treat.
For directions for dosing and administration, always follow the instructions of your physician, who will prescribe your course of medication based on the condition to be treated, as well as your current health and past medical history. Satrogyl (Satranidazole) tablets are usually taken orally, usually with or without food, and swallowed whole alongside plenty of water. Depending on what condition is being treated, dosage can vary from 300 to 600mg a dose, taken 1 to 2 times a day for a period of 3 to 10 days.
Possible side effects when taking Satrogyl (Satranidazole) include the following. Inform your physician of any you experience.
- Changes to blood pressure and/or heart rate
- Deeling weakness, dizziness, or nervousness
- Dry mouth
Always inform your physician of your full health history, detail any illnesses, allergies, or current conditions (including if you are pregnancy or breast feeding), as well as any medicines/vitamins/supplements you have been taking before using this medicine.
Tobacco and alcohol may interact with this medication. Discuss with your physician if it is safe for you to consume these substances while taking Satrogyl (Satranidazole).