Lysovit syrup is a medicine found in the dietary supplements or multivitamins category usually used by those who suffer from loss of appetite, vitamin deficiencies, or who are pregnant. It also supplies essential amino acids that the human body cannot produce, including lysine and vitamins B complex and C. The medicine is widely prescribed post-illness to make up for deficiencies in the body because amino acids like lysine act as building blocks of protein.
This information has been gathered through careful, proper research along with consultations with experts. It is strongly recommended that you consult your doctor before taking any medications and avoid self-medication.
Lysovit is available only in syrup form which is suspension and is found in a 120ml vial.
Lysovit is a vitamin suspension used to treat anorexia and loss of appetite; it also overcomes deficiencies following illness or pregnancy. It also supplies essential amino acids that the human body cannot produce. There are five vitamins that make up Lysovit Syrup: Nicotinamide, Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Thiamine HCl (Vitamin B1), Ascorbic Acid, Cyanocobalamin, and Pyridoxine.
Ascorbic Acid, Cyanocobalamin, Pyridoxine, and Nicotinamide are all active ingredients in Lysovit syrup. The product contains (16.66mg Nicotinamide, 2.66mg Riboflavin, 4.16mg Thiamine HCl, 75mg Ascorbic Acid, 8.33mg Cyanocobalamin, and 1.666mg Pyridoxine in every 5ml).
Lysovit syrup contains the following side effects:
- Skin discoloration
- Allergic reactions
- Skin inflammation
How to take:
You can take Lysovit syrup as prescribed by your physician. The syrup is not recommended for age 17 or under, similarly, it is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women without proper consultation.
|A person under 18 years can take 1 table spoons with the consultation of a physician.
|A person of age 18 or above can take 1-2 table spoons with the consultation of a physician.
There are some precautions for this medication which are as follows:
Hypersensitive or Allergic:
Before using this medicine, it is highly advised to consult your physician regarding any allergies that you might have to the ingredients present in the medicine’s consumption like the peanut or soy found in the medicine. Additionally, the product may contain some inactive ingredients that can cause allergic reactions.
Lysovit can cause complications in pregnancy, hence it should not be recommended without a physician or gynecologist consultation.
A lactating mother should consult a physician before taking vitamins B1, B6, and B12 since they are secreted in breast milk. If overdosed on, these vitamins can harm infants.
Thiamine, Riboflavin, and Folate are nontoxic but in case of overdose, it is advised to consult a doctor.
The shelf life of Lysovit is 15 months, be sure of the expiry date and shake well before use.
It is advised not to take calcium along with Lysovit to avoid an abundance of calcium absorbed in the body.
Lysovit can cause kidney disease or kidney complications if consumed in an abusive manner, it is there forth advised not to consume Lysovit more than as prescribed by your physician.
Lysovit has known to have no adverse effects when consumed with other medications, however, it is advised to take the combinations of medicines with proper consultation from your physician and at all costs avoid self-medication.
Lysovit has no ingredients that might be sedative in nature and is therefore known to have no sedative effects. Therefore, no obligations to avoid operating heavy machinery exist following the administration of medicine.
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