It is a drug that belongs to the benzodiazepine family, which has anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, sedative, muscle relaxant, and amnesic properties.
Doctors commonly prescribe the plan to treat some severe or chronic anxiety disorders. It works to combat alcohol withdrawal syndrome or as a hypnotic for insomnia patients.
Plan can be taken with or without food, once a day, or as directed by the treating physician. The patient must follow precisely the instructions given to achieve the effectiveness of the treatment.
Eating more than necessary will not make the condition or condition disappear or be controlled in less time.
The patient should carefully read the indications on the package or leaflet supplied, and if in doubt, consult their doctor or a trusted pharmacist.
The person to be treated with this medicine should consider that it is likely to cause drowsiness, so they should tell their doctor if they are using any prescription or over-the-counter hypnotics since their combination could act as a sedative and cause chronic drowsiness.
This medicine may cause the following symptoms:
- Difficulty reacting in moments of tension or speed.
- Chronic drowsiness
- Difficulty thinking.
- Feeling tired or fatigued
- Difficulty keeping the thread of a thought or conversation.
- Problems with correctly modulating words.
- Difficulty distinguishing space and time.
This medicine could generate the following symptoms of an allergy. If the patient presents any of them, he should contact his doctor:
- Rash on the skin.
- Swelling in the area of the cheekbones of the face, lips, or throat.
- Swallowing problems
- Difficulty breathing normally.
- Redness on the cheekbones and nose.
- Itching in the extremities of the skin.
- Numbness of the hands.
- Acceleration of the heartbeat
Plidán can generate the following severe symptoms; if the patient presents several of them, they should stop using it and contact their treating doctor:
- Constant nausea and vomiting.
- Sudden fainting spells
- Chronic tiredness
- Loss of appetite
- Cardiac arrhythmia.
- Trouble breathing.
- Numbness of the extremities of the body.
- Coughing up blood
- Abdominal pain.
- Involuntary movements of the extremities of the body.
- Bloody stools.
- Fever or high body temperature
- Fluid retention.
This medicine can be harmful to the health and development of an embryo or fetus, which is why the patient in the pregnancy process should notify her treating doctor before starting treatment with Plidán.
It is not known if the components of this medicine pass into breast milk; therefore, if the patient is breastfeeding, she should notify her doctor before ingesting Plidán. Otherwise, it may be harmed in the baby and even have harmful effects on your health.
Plidán usually generates sleep or fatigue due to its hypnotic function for insomnia patients. Therefore it should not be linked or ingested with alcoholic beverages because they can cause harmful reactions to health.
Using this medicine in conjunction with drugs that cause drowsiness, such as marijuana, can increase the chances of side effects such as:
- Chronic tiredness
- Sleeping for long or prolonged periods.
- Sleeping involuntarily anytime, anywhere.
Therefore, if the patient uses narcotic drugs or drugs that make him sleepy, he should notify his doctor before starting treatment.
When a patient begins to be treated with Plidán, he should avoid activities that require physical effort, a lot of attention, or even driving because his body may be doped until he adapts to the components of the medicine.
This medicine should not be refrigerated and stored in a space away from heat, moisture, or continuous contact with sunlight.
Due to the composition and function of Plidán, it must be kept out of the reach of children or household pets because its use without medical supervision can generate harmful side effects on the health of the individual.