The usual adult dose for oral use is 3 tablets (150 mg of eperisone hydrochloride) daily in three divided doses after meals. The dose may be adjusted depending on patient’s symptom.
The amount of time required for this medicine to show its action is not clinically established.
This drug is unsafe to take during pregnancy as it may cause an adverse effect in an unborn child.
Avoid breastfeeding when on this medication. No adequate information found whether this passes through the breast milk or not.
It may affect the ability to drive, so be cautious when driving.
This medicine may impair the ability to drive any vehicle or operate machinery. This medicine is most effective only when taken along with rest and physical therapy.
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Background: Eperisone hydrochloride is a centrally acting muscle relaxant inhibiting the pain reflex pathway, having a vasodilator effect. ...
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