About Bexol: Bexol 2 (Trihexyphenidyl) is a medicine used to treat Parkinson’s disease symptoms in patients. The medicine can also be used to treat tension disorders which are cause by anti-psychotic drugs in the anti-psychotic category. Examples of drugs in such categories include; butyrophenones, thioxanthenes, dibenzoxazepines, thioxanthenes. This medicine can be used as a combination with other medicines or can be used alone. It basically works by gaining control of the neurotransmitter in the brain. It then eliminates symptoms relating to depression and mental inertia.
How to use Bexol
The medicine is available in tablets which should be taken orally. A normal prescription involves taking the medicine 3-4 times on a daily basis. This can be taken with a meal or without any meal depending on your personal preference or instructions by your doctor. Whichever way you decide to take it, add a glass of water which is important in helping you avoid stomach upsets.
Each Bexol 2 (Trihexyphenidyl) prescription is unique to the patient. This is because before prescribing the medicine for you, your doctor will assess your medical condition and establish what dosage will be effective for you. Other factors considered also include a person’s medical history, the severity of the symptoms and history with the use of this medicine. For most adults suffering from moderate symptoms, doctors prescribe a 1mg dose to be taken twice each day. This dosage can then be gradually increased depending on how you respond to treatment. Do not self-medicate yourself this medicine without consulting your physician. This is regardless of whether the symptoms improve or not and once you have started using the medication, ensure that you have taken the dosage without skipping until completed.
Bexol Side Effects
It is normal for patients to report experiencing side effects. Some common side effects patients experience are; dizziness, anxiety, nervousness, dry lips and mouth. These should fade after continued use of the medicine, and there is no need to consult your physician. If these side effects persist or become worse, you should consult your physician as soon as possible. There are other severe side effects that may be experienced by a patient but are rarely reported, and such include: difficulties in breathing, abnormal heartbeats, swelling of ankles and feet or other body parts due to retention of fluids (also known as angioedema) or seizures. As soon as you notice the occurrence of any of these side effects, seek immediate medical attention.
If you have allergic conditions to any active ingredients of this medicine, notify your doctor before starting on treatment. If you notice any symptoms of allergic reactions, stop immediately using the medicine and notify your doctor. Symptoms of allergic reactions include chest tightness, body swelling, development of skin rashes and hives. The medicine may not be suitable for all patients, to ensure its safe for you, consult your physician. Let your doctor know if you are pregnant, are trying to get pregnant or breastfeeding. If you are using other medicine, ensure that your physician is aware. This includes prescription and non-prescriptions, herbal products and supplements.