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Becosules z capsules
Becosules-Z capsules contains:
Calcium pantothenate 50 mg, Pyridoxine hydrochloride 3 mg, Vitamin B12 15 mcg, Ascorbic acid 150 mg, Folic acid 1.5 mg, Riboflavin 10 mg, Niacinamide 100 mg, Biotin 100 mcg, Thiamine mononitrate 10 mg, Elemental zinc 41.4 mg.
Becosules z capsules contain ascorbic acid which is a sugar acid with anti oxidant characteristics. It has a white to light-yellow powder or crystals appearance. Becosules z capsules or ascorbic acid is soluble in water. One variety of ascorbic acid is usually recognized as vitamin C. The name is resulting from a- (meaning "no") and scorbutus (scurvy), the ailment resulting from insufficiency of vitamin C.
Ascorbic acid is a useful and primary in vivo structure of vitamin C, a vital water soluble vitamin which is elementary in the production of collagen as well as intercellular resources.
Ascorbic Acid Indications / Ascorbic Acid Uses
As prescribed by the doctor
Ascorbic Acid Adverse Reactions
Becosules-Z capsules Side Effects
Diarrhea, constipation and GI disorders. May result in acidification of the urine; precipitation of cystine, urate or oxalate stones, or medications in the UTI. In case any such side effects occur and become troublesome, stop using the medication and consult a doctor immediately.
These are not the complete list of possible side effects of Becosules-Z capsules, for detailed information consult with your nearest health service provider.
Follow the instructions prescribed by your doctor.
Haemochromatosis, G6PD deficiency; Diabetic patients; hyperoxaluria; subjects prone to persistent kidney stones; Neonates; pregnancy (intake of increased doses has effected in scurvy in neonates); elderly patients, lactation.
Other Drug Interactions
Deferroxamine, flufenazine, hormonal contraceptives, warfarin, salicylates, elemental iron, warfarin, disulfiram, fluphenazine, vitamin B12, mexiletine.
Consult a doctor for further details on possible drug interactions.
Follow the instruction given by your doctor. In general can be used with or without food.
Existence of ascorbic acid in urine consequences in bogus decline in the glucose concentration dogged by the glucose oxidase technique; despite the fact that in glucose determinations calculated by cupric sulfate reagent, bogus enhancement have resulted
Keep in normal room temperature away from direct sun ray, heat as well as moisture. Keep out of reach of children.