Suspension testosterone drug of natural origin, which has protective activity against intestinal mucous membrane and expressed adsorbent properties.
Smecta is characterized by high yield and its components due to this – great enveloping ability.
Smectite, as stabilizer mucosal barrier forms a polyvalent communication with glycoproteins of mucus and prolongs its life, forming a physical barrier that protects the mucous membrane of the digestive tract from the adverse effect of H + ions, hydrochloric acid, bile salts, microorganisms and their toxins, and other irritants.
Smecta has selective sorption properties, which explains its discoid-crystalline structure. Rather, the swelling effect is expressed to a small extent.
Smectic through its effects on the digestive mucosal barrier and its enhanced ability to adjacency, protects the mucosa of the digestive tract from the adverse effects.
Smectic at therapeutic doses has no effect on intestinal motility.
Smecta is not absorbed. Report suspension testosterone from the body unchanged.
- symptomatic treatment of pain associated with diseases of the esophagus, stomach, duodenum, and intestinal colic;
- acute and chronic diarrhea, especially in children.
Adults appoint 3 sachets per day by dissolving their contents in half a glass of water. should gradually pour in the liquid powder to obtain a homogeneous suspension, stirring it uniformly.
Children under 1 year appoint one sachet per day; from 1 to 2 years – 2 sachet per day; over 2 years – 2-3 sachets per day. The contents of the sachet dissolved in baby bottles for 50 ml of water and partitioned into several times during the day or thoroughly mixed with some semi-liquid food: cereal, juice, puree, baby food.
In some cases, may cause constipation; This phenomenon takes place by reducing the dose.
- bowel obstruction;
- hypersensitivity to the drug.
Pregnancy and lactation
During pregnancy and suspension testosterone lactation is possible to use the drug for indications.
In experimental studies have shown that the drug has no teratogenic effects.