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Budez Cr Budesonide Controlled Release Cap

Budez Cr Budesonide Controlled Release Cap

230 INR/Box

Product Details:

  • Drug Type General Medicines
  • Physical Form Capsules
  • Dosage As suggested
  • Dosage Guidelines As Suggested
  • Storage Instructions cold & dry place
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Budez Cr Budesonide Controlled Release Cap Price And Quantity

  • 230 INR/Box
  • 100 Box

Budez Cr Budesonide Controlled Release Cap Product Specifications

  • Capsules
  • As Suggested
  • cold & dry place
  • General Medicines
  • As suggested

Budez Cr Budesonide Controlled Release Cap Trade Information

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Product Description

IBD, particularly Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, is a condition that is treated using budesonide controlled release capsules. A corticosteroid called budesonide acts by lowering intestinal inflammation.

The medication is released gradually and steadily over time by the controlled release capsules, allowing for a more consistent therapeutic impact and possibly lowering the risk of adverse effects linked to higher doses of the drug.

According to a doctor's orders, budesonide controlled release capsules are often taken orally once daily, with or without food. The individual's condition and pharmaceutical response will determine the dosage and length of the course of treatment.

Budesonide controlled release capsules, like all medicines, might have unwanted effects. These include fatigue, headache, nausea, dizziness, and stomach pain. Any negative effects or worries you may experience while taking this medicine should be shared with your doctor.


1. What is a controlled release cap for budesonide?

Ans - Adults and children six years of age and older can use the prescription medication budesonide controlled release cap to prevent and treat asthma symptoms. It is an inhaled corticosteroid that reduces airway hyperresponsiveness and inflammation.

2. What are Budesonide Controlled Release Cap side effects?

Ans - Common adverse effects of Budesonide Controlled Release Cap include coughing, nausea, vomiting, headaches, and throat discomfort. Hoarseness, trouble sleeping, and dizziness are less frequent adverse effects.

3. What is the best way to keep budesonide controlled release capsule?

Ans - Budesonide Controlled Release Cap needs to be kept between 68 Deg F and 77 Deg F (20 Deg C and 25 Deg C) at room temperature. Until you're ready to use the medication, keep it in the original container.

4. What is the recommended dosage of Budesonide Controlled Release Cap?

Ans - The morning and evening are the recommended times to use Budesonide Controlled Release Capsules. Depending on your symptoms and how you respond to treatment, your doctor may change your dose.

5. How should I do if I forget to take a Budesonide Controlled Release Cap dose?

Ans - If you forget to take a dose of Budesonide Controlled Release Cap, do so right away. Skip the missed dose and take the following one instead if it is almost time for your next one. To make up for a missing dose, do not take a second one. 

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