Nise Gel (Nimesulide/Methyl Salicylate/Menthol/Capsaicin) - 10mg/100mg/50mg/0.25mg (30gm Tube)

Nise Gel (Nimesulide/Methyl Salicylate/Menthol/Capsaicin) - 10mg/100mg/50mg/0.25mg (30gm Tube) P1
  • Nise Gel (Nimesulide/Methyl Salicylate/Menthol/Capsaicin) - 10mg/100mg/50mg/0.25mg (30gm Tube) P1

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  • General Info
  • How To Use
  • Dosage
  • Side effects
  • Precautions

Brand Name : Nise Gel

Generic Name: Capsaicin | Menthol |

Manufacturer : Dr. Reddy`s

About Nise Gel: Nise Gel is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used in pain relief. This medication is designed in ointment form. It is used in the treatment of acute musculoskeletal disorders like injuries in soft tissue and rheumatic disorders such as tendonitis, backache, strains, arthritis, tenosynovitis and muscle discomfort. The active ingredients in the gel act efficiently in inhibiting specific nerve impulses that relay pain to the brain. By doing this, Nise Gel offers relief from pain and most of the symptoms caused by body pains. It can also be used in the treatment of soreness, stiffness and aches. Nise Gel is prescribed on its own in treating these pains and cramps.

How to use Nise Gel


Nise Gel is a topical medication which is administered through application. For relief from pain, the medication can be used twice to four times in a day. When applying, the patient should ensure that they have washed and dried their hands. the affected area should also be washed to ease the absorption of the drug into the body. After this, smear a thin layer of the gel on the affected area and rub gently until it disappears. Patients can consult a doctor to get a prescription and any assistance on administering the medication.

Nise Gel Dosage


Patients are highly encouraged to take a physician’s prescription to guide them on how to use Nise Gel. The doctor will also stipulate the amount of time appropriate for applying the medication. After starting the dosage, patients are advised to finish to the last dose or as directed by the doctor. If patient’s miss a dose they should contact a doctor to determine the best course of action to take.

Nise Gel Side Effects


Using Nise Gel may cause some temporary side effects. Although these side effects are not fatal, patients should consult a doctor if they experience any uneasiness or discomfort. These side effects are; irritated skin, pruritus, red skin or rashes, burning and stinging sensation, redness on the skin, peeling of the skin.

Nise Gel Precautions


Individuals with allergies should confirm with a doctor if it is safe to use Nise Gel in order to prevent any adverse effects. Symptoms of allergic reactions include; rashes on the skin, hives, swelling, difficulty in swallowing or breathing. Patients on other medication should also contact a doctor to determine if taking both medication simultaneously might be a problem. Pregnant women and breast-feeding women should as well consult a doctor to advise if Nise Gel is safe to take in their condition. Patients taking vitamins, supplements and other herbal products should consult a doctor before using this medication to know whether there might be risk of drug interaction. Self-medication is discouraged as it may lead to misuse or improper application of the gel.