Chymoral Forte is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to manage pain and swelling in most health conditions. This medicine is used to manage post-surgical swellings and discomfort, necrotic tissues, swollen injuries, and chronic respiratory ailments. It helps relieve pain due to sore throat, sciatica, asthma, pelvic inflammatory ailments, haematomas, and piles.
Chymoral Forte has uses and benefits that reduce pain and swelling in post-surgical wounds. It aids in the quick healing of sprains, and/or injuries, and post-surgical scars. This medicine breaks down proteins into smaller forms that are easily absorbed into the bloodstream. This improves the blood flow around the painful, swollen area. Chymoral Forte contains trypsin and chymotrypsin, which are enzymes that help boost digestion and absorb proteins in the body.
If you experience any of the above symptoms, consult your physician immediately.
1. Is Chymoral Forte A Painkiller?
Chymoral Forte is an anti-inflammatory, non-steroidal medicine. It is used to relieve pain and swelling that occurs after any surgery. This medicine is used for cataract surgery, necrotic tissues, hand fractures, burns, and other medical conditions that cause swelling and pain.
2. Is Chymoral Forte An Antibiotic?
No, Chymoral Forte is not an antibiotic. It is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that helps relieve pain and swelling. It is used to treat pain and swelling caused due to cataract surgery, hand fractures, burns, and necrotic tissues.
3. Can Chymoral Forte Be Taken With Painkillers?
You can take Chymoral Forte with a painkiller under medical supervision. This medicine reacts with antibiotics and blood thinners. So, do not take Chymoral Forte with medicines like penicillin, chloramphenicol, clopidogrel, heparin, and warfarin. Call Yashoda Hospitals to receive medical expert advice on how to take Chymoral Forte.
4. Can Chymoral Forte Be Given To Heart Patients?
Chymoral Forte, when given in small monitored doses, is safe for heart patients. A high injectable dose of the medicine should not be given to heart disease or uncontrolled hypertension patients. This can cause dehydration and an increased risk of bleeding.
5. When Should I Take A Chymoral Forte Tablet?
Take Chymoral Forte 30 minutes before a meal or as advised by your physician. Do not take it with food or after a meal. Stop taking the medicine at least 2-weeks before your scheduled surgery as it interferes with the blood clotting mechanism.
6. What Is The Price Of Chymoral Forte?
The price of Chymoral Forte varies based on the pharmacy from where you choose to buy. You get it in packs of 20 tablets, and each strip cost ranges anywhere between INR 200/- to 450/-.
7. How Does Chymoral Forte Tablet Work?
Chymoral Forte relieves pain and swelling. It breaks down the proteins into smaller particles that get absorbed quickly into your blood. This causes an increase in the blood flow to the affected part of your body.
8. Can Chymoral Forte Tablet Be Taken After Food?
No. Do not take it after meals. Ideally, you must take the medicine 30 minutes before your meal. In case of any query, consult your physician before you start taking this medicine. Call our medical experts at Yashoda Hospitals to know more about taking Chymoral Forte.
9. How Long Can I Take A Chymoral Forte Tablet?
Chymoral Forte should be taken for a maximum of 10 days only. Your physician will recommend the extended dose and duration of time. Do not use Chymoral Forte to self-medicate unless your physician has prescribed it to you. Do not stop the medicine on your advice.
10. What Happens If I Overdose On A Chymoral Forte Tablet?
If you overdose on Chymoral Forte, you may experience side effects like dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, and vomiting. Overdosing will not help relieve your symptoms of pain and swelling. Do not take beyond the recommended dosage. In case of an overdose, consult your physician immediately.
If you are confused about the usage of Chymoral Forte, consult the medical experts at Yashoda Hospitals for further support.
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