Byzyme Syrup 200ml

Introduction to Byzyme Syrup 200ml

This is a digestive enzyme supplement which helps in digestion

It reduces the symptoms of indigestion, gas, and bloating by reducing carbohydrates and proteins

How Byzyme Syrup 200ml Works?

This supplement main ingredients are Fungal Diastase and Pepsin. Fungal diastase enhances carbohydrate digestion by breaking down starch and converting it into simple sugars. Pepsin is a proteolytic enzyme that digests proteins into peptides and improves the overall digestive efficiency and increases the absorption of nutrients in the gastrointestinal tract.

How To Use Byzyme Syrup 200ml

  • Use this medicine in millilitres according to the prescription of the healthcare provider
  • Shake the medicine well and measure the quantity with a measuring cup/spoon
  • You can take the drug before or after meals

Special Precautions About Byzyme Syrup 200ml

  • Store in a dry and clean place and keep away from moisture heat and sunlight
  • Before taking this medication, inform your doctor of any medical conditions or disorders you have like liver or kindey disease and diabetes

Benefits Of Byzyme Syrup 200ml

  • Enhance your apppetite
  • Improves your overall nutrition in the body
  • Prevent flatulence, bloating, stomach spasm and acidity

Side Effects Of Byzyme Syrup 200ml

  • Skin rash,
  • Heartburn,
  • Vomiting,
  • Nausea,
  • Stomach upset

What If I Missed A Dose Of Byzyme Syrup 200ml

You can take the missed dose if next dose is near than Skip the missed Dose. Do not double up for the missed Dose. If you miss dose frequently than consult your Doctor

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Health And Lifestyle

Consume smaller, more frequent meals that are rich in nutrients. Stay hydrated by drinking water and other fluids throughout the day. Engage in light physical activities and exercises to stimulate your appetite. Manage stress and practice meditation.

Drug Interaction

  • antidiabetic drugs (acarbose and miglitol)

DRUG FOOD INTERACTION

  • Alcohol

Disease Explanation

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Indigestion is a disorder characterized by pain, gas, and bloating that results from the digestive system''s inability to properly break down food. Anorexia (more commonly known as loss of appetite) is a condition in which you don''t feel hungry or don’t have a desire to eat. It can happen for various reasons, like illness, stress, or side effects of other medicines. When you have a loss of appetite, you might end up eating very less or skip meals altogether. This can lead to weight loss, fatigue, muscle weakness, and nutrient deficiencies if not addressed properly.

Update on: Wednesday, 5 June, 2024

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Ashwani Singh