Styplon has styptic and astringent properties, which, along with its demulcent and antiphlogistic actions, assist to effectively manage bleeding and to facilitate hemostasis. Styplon pills should be taken when there are the next symptoms: haemorrhoidal bleeding, nose bleeding, gingival bleeding, hematuria, abnormal bleeding or spotting in uterus. Styplon can also be used as an additional medicine in the prevention of blood spitting.
Pills should be taken 3 times per day, 2 or 3 pills at a time. The course should last until the symptoms will start to decrease, usually from 2 to 4 days. Children should be given 1/2 of the adult dose.
It is natural that bleedings and hemorrhages can also be controlled using Styplon. In dental surgery hemorrhage is a major problem and every dental surgeon will agree that reducing hemorrhage after dental surgery is essential to ensure quick and easy healing. The process of hemostasis is very complicated and it depends on the integrity of capillars, the number of platelets and properties of other factors that participate in coagulation and hemostasis.
If you did not take a dose of the medication at the appropriate time, you should hurry up to take it. Double doses should never be taken.
Pills should be kept in a dry and dark place, at the average room temperature. Children should not be able to get the pills.
Of those who underwent treatment in the outpatient care, fifty patients were put into observation for six months and examined every month to see if they have a relapse of gingival bleeding. Only two of them claimed to have a slight gingival bleeding when they had been brushing their teeth. These two patients appeared to have maintained the hygiene of their oral region not well enough.
Styplon Safety information
Styplon does not have any absolute contra-indications. In case of pregnancy or nursing consult your doctor before taking pills.
Styplon Side effects
By now, no side effects of Styplon are discovered if it is taken accordingly to the prescription.