Sipraktin Syrup

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Sipraktin syrup taken orally; is a drug that belongs to the group of syrups used in the treatment of swelling of the face, throat, digestive tract reactions, and allergic skin diseases. What is Sipractin syrup and what is it used for? We will convey information on this page.

Pack size


2 Mg/5Ml 240Ml



Generic Name (Ingredient)

Each 5 Ml Syrup Contains 2 Mg Of Siproheptadin Hcl.

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Sipraktin contains cyproheptadine HCl, an active substance from the group of systemic antihistamines. Cipractine is available in the form of a syrup, which contains 2 mg of cyproheptadine HCl on a scale of 5 ml.

Sipraktin Syrup may be prescribed for the following conditions

  • Angioedema (Quincke’s edema) swelling of the face and throat as a result of allergies
  • Allergic skin diseases, urticaria, eczema, neurodermatitis (a skin disease caused by nerves), and other itchy skin diseases
  • Allergic, vernal conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctival layer of the eye, which occurs in the spring)
  • Vasomotor rhinitis (non-allergic runny nose), annual and seasonal allergic rhinitis (allergic runny nose)
  • Allergic skin and digestive tract reactions due to drugs and foods
  • Allergic conditions related to allergen inhalation
  • Allergic conditions related to blood and plasma transfusions
  • Cold allergies and dermatographism (skin test to detect allergy susceptibility)
  • Allergic dermatitis (a type of skin disease) caused by contact with insects, plants, and sea creatures
  • Water can be used to remove itching against diseases such as flowers.

DO NOT use Sipraktin Syrup in the following cases

  • In diseases of the lower respiratory tract, including asthma
  • If you have a known hypersensitivity to cyproheptadine or any of the substances in it
  • Especially in those under 2 years of age and in premature
  • In those undergoing treatment with monoamine oxidase inhibitors
  • Do not use glaucomas, stomach ulcers with stenosis, prostate enlargements, urinary bladder neck stenosis, or very old and depressed people.

Use Sipraktin Carefully in the Following Cases

  1. Excessive doses of antihistamines can lead to halluculation, central nervous system suppression, coma, and death, especially in young children.
  2. Antihistamines can reduce alertness and otherwise increase arousal.
  3. It should be kept in mind that antihistamines can increase and change the effects of drugs that affect all kinds of central nervous systems.
  4. It should not be used in elderly and debilitated patients.

If these warnings apply to you, even in any period in the past, please consult your doctor.

Use of Sipraktin with Food and Beverage

There are no features in the use of Sipraktin Syrup with food and drinks. However, it should not be used with alcohol.

Use of Sipraktin in Pregnancy

Always consult your doctor or pharmacist before using the drug. There are not enough studies conducted on pregnant women. For this reason, the risk and benefit factors should be considered by your doctor in the use of pregnant women.

If you notice that you are pregnant during your treatment, consult your doctor or pharmacist immediately.

Use of Sipraktin During Breastfeeding

Always consult your doctor or pharmacy before using the drug. If therapeutic doses of Sipraktin are administered to lactating women, cyproheptadine HCl is passed into breast milk to the extent that it can cause an effect on the child in the breast. Therefore, it should not be used during breastfeeding.

Using While Driving

It is expected to reduce the patient’s attention while driving. Therefore, cars and vehicles should not be used immediately after taking Sipraktin.

Auxiliary Substances Contained in Sipraktin

This medicinal product contains up to 312.5 mg of ethyl alcohol in all scales (5ml). It can be harmful to those with alcohol dependence. It should be used with caution in pregnant or lactating women, children, and high-risk patients such as liver disease or epilepsy.

This medicinal product contains sugar. If you have been told by your doctor that you have an intolerance to sugar, tell your doctor before taking this medicinal product. Two weeks of use can be harmful to teeth.

Concomitant Use with Other Drugs

* Monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors prolong and exacerbate the anticholinergic effects of antihistamines.

* Overdose in tricyclic antidepressant users is similar to the one indicated. In people who use drugs from the group of reuptake inhibitors (SSRJ) of serotanin, the effect of the drug decreases, and depression symptoms appear.

If you are taking any prescription or over-the-counter medication, or if you have used it recently, please share it with your doctor.

Sipraktin Syrup
Sipraktin Syrup

How is Sipraktin syrup used?

Proper instructions for use and dosage/frequency of administration:

Use of Sipraktin syrup in children

Between the ages of 2 and 6, 1 scale (2mg) is recommended 3 times a day. The daily dose should not exceed 16 mg. Between the ages of 7-14, 2 scales (4 mg) should be given 3 times a day. The daily dose should not exceed 16 mg.

It is not recommended for children under 2 years old.

Use of Sipraktin syrup in adults

A daily dose of 4-20 mg is recommended. The daily dose should not exceed 0.5 mg/kg and 32 mg. Treatment should be started with 4 mg (2 scales) 3 times a day, if necessary, it is appropriate to increase the dose.

Use by the elderly

It is not recommended for the weak and weak elderly, as it can lead to dizziness, drowsiness, and low blood pressure.

Spraktin Syrup Application Way and Method

It is taken orally in the recommended amount with a scaled spoon. If an extra dose is required in all age groups, it should be given before going to bed at night.

If You Have Used More Sipraktin Than You Should

Overdoses of antihistamines, especially in children, can lead to reactions and symptoms ranging from central nervous system suppression to arousal.

In addition, atropine-like effects are observed (dry mouth, enlarged pupils, redness of the face, various signs of digestive system disorders). If spontaneous vomiting occurred during these symptoms, the patient should induce vomiting. In cases where vomiting is not possible, the stomach should be washed with isotonic sodium chloride solution in the hospital environment.

Saline cathartics to be used to quickly empty the intestines are also useful. Stimulants should never be used during this treatment.

If you have used more than what you should, talk to a doctor or pharmacist.

If you forget to use Sipraktin

Do not use a double dose to balance the forgotten dose. Effects That May Occur When Treatment with Sipraktin is Terminated

If you discontinue the treatment of Sipraktin before the time prescribed by your physician, it will not have any adverse effects. However, your complaints before treatment may recur.

Possible Side Effects of Sipraktin Syrup

Like all medications, people who are sensitive to the substance contained in Sipraktin may have side effects.

If one of the following occurs, STOP using Sipraktin Syrup, and IMMEDIATELY notify your doctor and contact the Emergency Department of your nearest hospital.

  • Diffuse itching and rashes
  • Swelling in the arms and legs
  • Shortness of breath

These are possible side effects. If you have one of these, you have a severe allergy to Sipraktin Syrup. You may need immediate medical attention or hospitalization. All of these serious side effects are rare.

If you notice any of the following, tell your doctor immediately and go to the Emergency department of the hospital closest to you.

  • Restlessness, irritability, aggressive attitudes, insomnia, hallucinations
  • Blurred vision or adouble vision, pain in the eyes
  • Palpitations, hypertension
  • Diarrhea, constipation, nausea, vomiting
  • Tinnitus, dizziness
  • Sensitivity to light on the skin, rash, redness, swelling, itching
  • Increase in the frequency and difficulty of urinating
  • Early menstruation in women
  • Nosebleed

These are all serious side effects. Urgent medical attention may be needed. Serious side effects are very rare. If you notice any of the following, tell your doctor immediately:

  • Dizziness, drowsiness
  • Dry mouth
  • Nasal congestion, dryness in the nose and throat, darkening of sputum
  • Wheezing breathing
  • Loss of appetite or increased appetite

If you have a side effect that is not mentioned in the instructions for use, be sure to tell your doctor.

Store Condition

Store the Sipraktin Syrup in a place where children cannot see or extend.

Store at room temperature below 30 degrees.

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