Acamprol 333mg tablet is used after proper counseling of people with alcoholism. It helps to reduce alcoholism in people. It works by restoring a chemical balance in the brain. We recommend that you do not use this medication while you are still drinking alcohol.
What is Acamprol 333mg?
Acamprol 333 mg Tablets is a prescription drug used to treat alcoholism. It is used to stop the cravings of people who have quit alcohol completely. However, these drugs do not treat alcohol withdrawal symptoms or prevent the harmful effects of alcohol abuse.
How to take an Acamprol 333mg?
- Take this medication for the dose and duration recommended by your doctor.
- Swallow whole. Do not chew, break, or crush.
- Acamprol tablets should be taken with meals.
- It is important not to suddenly stop taking this medicine without talking to your doctor.
- Do not miss appointments and complete treatment.
- Only works if you stop drinking altogether.
How does Acamprol 333mg work?
Acamprosate 333mg tablets contain Acamprosate, an active ingredient that affects chemicals in the brain that can disrupt the balance of alcoholics. It works by restoring this chemical balance in the brains of alcoholics who are trying to quit alcohol.
What is the Use of Acamprol 333mg?
This medication is used to maintain abstinence from alcohol. This is especially effective when combined with counseling, social and psychological support.
What is the Side effect of Acamprol?
- Abdominal pain
- Back pain
- Bloody or coffee-colored vomit
- Gastric Ulcer
- Thyroid imbalances
- Decrease in sexual drive
- Agitation and anxiety
- Aggression or anger
- Vision disturbances
- Fall in blood pressure
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Muscle and joint pain
- Sleep disturbances
How long do I need to keep taking Acamprol 333mg?
It is always recommended to take Acamprol 333 mg as directed by your doctor. Do not start/stop using this medication on your own. Follow all your doctor’s instructions. Do not take small or large doses, or for longer than recommended.
What are the Dosage Instructions of Acamprol?
If you miss an appointment, take it as soon as possible. When it’s time to take your next regular dose, don’t take the one you missed. It doesn’t take twice to catch up.
In case of overdose, seek emergency help or see a doctor.
Keep things in mind Before using Acamprol 333mg?
- Make sure you are not drinking alcohol
- Make sure there are no problems with the liver or kidneys
- Make sure your doctor knows about your medical history
- It is not for children under 18 years.
Warnings and Precautions
It is unclear if it is safe to consume alcohol with Acamprol 333 mg tablets. Consult your doctor.
Acamprol 333mg tablet may not be safe to use during pregnancy. Although human research is limited, animal studies have shown deleterious effects on developing children. Your doctor will evaluate the potential benefits and risks before prescribing. Consult your doctor.
Safe to use while breastfeeding. Limited human data suggest that the drug does not pose a serious risk to children.
This usually does not affect the ability to drive.
The tablet should be used with caution in patients with renal impairment. A dose adjustment of Acamprol tablets may be required. Consult your doctor.
This tablet is not recommended in patients with severe renal impairment.
It should be used with caution in patients with severe liver disease. Dosage adjustment may be required. Consult your doctor. Information on the use of Acamprol 333mg Tablet in these patients is limited. Dosage adjustment is not recommended for patients with mild to moderate liver disease.