Disodium Hydrogen Citrate 1.25gm
Disodium Hydrogen Citrate Syrup – Alkachem Syrup is a urinary alkaliser that has been approved to treat renal tubular acidosis, gout, and kidney stones. Kidney stones are tiny, hard deposits that form in concentrated urine and are formed of calcium, phosphate, and other minerals and acid salts. When the kidneys are unable to eliminate acids in the urine, a condition known as renal tubular acidosis results, which keeps the blood from becoming alkaline enough.
Disodium hydrogen phosphate, a component of the syrup, metabolizes to bicarbonate and boosts the excretion of free bicarbonate ions, which enhances cysteine solubility in urine and ionizes uric acid to produce soluble urate ions. This helps to raise the pH of the urine, which reduces the acidity of the urine.
Disodium Hydrogen Citrate Syrup helps in preventing and treating gout. A buildup of uric acid in your body is what causes gout. When the amount rises too high, crystals could develop in and around your kidneys and some joints. This may result in swelling, redness, warmth, and abrupt, acute pain. This medication works by lowering blood uric acid levels and avoiding the formation of crystals.
Kidney stones can be treated and prevented with the aid of disodium hydrogen citrate syrup. It prevents the growth of new stones and fragments that are already forming. This medication aids in creating a protective layer on the already-existing stones, which helps stop other particles from adhering to their surface and enlarging them.
If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients in Disodium Hydrogen Citrate Syrup, do not use it. Please let your doctor know if you have renal disease, high blood pressure, oedema, hyperkalemia (high potassium levels), hypocalcaemia (low calcium levels), urinary tract infection, or any other medical conditions.
If you are expecting or nursing, talk to your doctor before taking disodium hydrogen citrate. When using Disodium Hydrogen Citrate Syrup, avoid drinking alcohol. Driving should only be done if you are alert because it is unknown if this syrup impacts your reflexes. Before administering children Disodium Hydrogen Citrate Syrup, see a physician.
Disodium Hydrogen Citrate Syrup dosages should be taken after meals, and diluted with a glass of water. Your doctor will decide how long you need to take the medication based on your health.
Before using corticosteroids with Disodium Hydrogen Citrate Syrup, speak with your doctor because it may raise your blood sodium levels.
Disodium Hydrogen Citrate Syrup shouldn’t be stopped without first talking to your doctor. Take the syrup as directed for the whole amount of time to effectively cure your disease. If you have any issues taking disodium hydrogen citrate, don’t be afraid to talk to your doctor.