|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|30 Capsule/s||US$ 0.62||US$ 18.60||
|60 Capsule/s||US$ 0.56||US$ 33.4810%US$ 37.20||
|90 Capsule/s||US$ 0.53||US$ 47.4315%US$ 55.80||
|US Brand Name||Pradaxa|
|Generic Name||Dabigatran Etexilate|
|Manufacturer||MSN Laboratories Ltd, INDIA|
Dabigo 75 mg is a prescription anticoagulant medicine. Although it does not dissolve blood clots, it can prevent them from getting bigger, so your body can dissolve them over time. It also helps in preventing new ones from forming. It contains the active ingredient Dabigatran, which blocks a certain body substance involved in blood clotting. This allows more blood to flow all over the body and makes it less likely to form a clot inside a blood vessel. This can helps in preventing or reducing damage caused by stroke, clots in your lungs, or other blood vessels. Also, it is less likely that a clot will break off and spread to other body parts. You should take it daily and make appropriate lifestyle modifications to increase the effectiveness of this medicine.
Take Dabigo in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. The capsule should be taken before or after consuming food. Do not miss a dose of this medicine. Keep on taking it unless advised to stop treatment by your doctor. Your doctor will tell you how much of this medicine to take and when.
The effects of Dabigatran on pregnancy and the growing child are not known. You should not take this medicine during pregnancy unless your doctor advises it is safe. Women of childbearing age should avoid becoming pregnant while taking Dabigo. You should not be breastfeeding while taking this anticoagulant drug. There is no known interaction between Dabigo and alcohol. Discuss it with your doctor if you drink in excess. Heavy drinking during the medicine is dangerous and can increase the drug's anticoagulant action and increase bleeding.
Tell your doctor if any of the following applies to you:
— You have a bleeding disorder, bleeding in the gut, develop ulcers or skin lesions
— You have had a surgical tissue removal in the past month
— Your liver and kidney are not functioning properly
— You have swelling or inflammation in the oesophagus and stomach, and acid in the stomach comes up to the food pipe.
— You need to have an operation. Your doctor will ask you o stop the medicine for some time to avoid the risk of bleeding. Be sure to take this medicine before and after the operation exactly when your doctor has told you.
Most side effects associated with Dabigatran capsules do not require medical attention and resolve as your body adjusts to this medicine. Talk to your doctor if they persist or if you are concerned about them. Common side effects of Dabigo include diarrhoea, abdominal pain, nausea, gastrointestinal bleeding, nosebleeds, skin bleaching, anaemia, and dyspepsia.