Duspatalin contains mebeverine which belongs to the class of esters, synthetic anticholinergics, with tertiary amino group. This medication is an anti-spasmodic treatment. What does it mean? It simply means that the medicine when taken act on the muscles in the gut and causes them to relax.
It is prescribed for those who experiences abdominal pains, bloating and wind, intestinal spasms, cramps. It is also used to treat bowel disturbances such as diarrhea or constipation and other intestinal discomfort which may be associated or related to irritable bowel syndrome. Many people who have been suffering from such symptoms are usually advised and prescribed by doctors to take this medicine. People who are taking it have been greatly relieved of the pain that they have been experiencing.
It comes in a tablet form and is swallowed with water which should be taken on an empty stomach. For a more absorptive and effective result, it is best that this medicine be taken 20 minutes before meals. Like any other medicines, there may be possible side effects when you take this medicine. Some may experience effects like drowsiness, vomiting or nausea. In this case, you must consult your doctor. Special precautions are given to pregnant women.