|Price Per Pill or Unit
|US$ 47.2010%US$ 52.20
|US Brand Name
|Serum Institute (India)
Sicriptin 2.5 mg is a prescription medicine combined with diet and exercise to lower blood sugar in adults with Type 2 diabetes. It may be used alone or in combination with other drugs that help control blood sugar. It contains the ingredient bromocriptine, which has not been studied in children.
Take Sicriptin 2.5 mg exactly as told by your doctor. Take it orally every day. Take Sicriptin with food within two after waking in the morning. While taking this antidiabetic agent, check your blood sugar as your doctor tells you to. Stick to the prescribed diet and exercise regimen. Learn to manage episodes of low blood sugar or hypoglycemia, high blood sugar, and complication of diabetes. See your doctor for regular blood tests, including blood sugar levels and haemoglobin.
Do not take Sicriptin 2.5 mg if allergic to Bromocriptine mesylate tablets or other medicine ingredients. You should not take Sicriptin if you take ergot medicine. Ask your doctor for the complete list of medications if you are unsure. Let your doctor know if you are breastfeeding or have a migraine.
Before taking Bromocriptine, tell your doctor about all your medicines, including if you:
— Have diabetic ketoacidosis
— Have or have had high blood pressure
— Have you ever passed out or fainted
— Have or have had a mental health condition, especially a psychotic disorder
— Are you pregnant or plan to conceive. It is not known if the antidiabetic medicine will harm your unborn baby.
Tell your doctor about all the medicines you take, including those you purchase without a prescription, vitamins, and herbal supplements. Especially tell your doctor if you take medicines for type 2 diabetes, migraine, or a mental health condition
Sicriptin 2.5 mg may cause serious side effects, including low blood pressure, fainting, and severe dizziness. Bromocriptine's most common side effects are nausea, vomiting, headache, fatigue, dizziness, and low blood sugar, especially when used with another type of diabetes medicine (sulfonylurea). Talk to your doctor right away if any of these become bothersome.