Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is prescribed to treat allergic symptoms such as runny nose,watery eyes and itchiness
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml contains pheniramine
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is to be taken orally (via mouth)
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is prescribed to children and adults alike
10 tablets of Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml are packaged and sold together.
Pheniramine Maleate 25 mg
How to use, Side effects, Uses, Formula & Composition
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is a Synthetic medication and belongs to the Alkylamine family. Based on the mechanism of action, it belongs to the H1-antagonist pharmacological group, as well as the Antihistamine, Decongestant Combination pharmacological group.
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml contains Pheniramine maleate as an active ingredient. This medication works by blocking the release of a chemical agent called Histamine. Pheniramine is an alkylamine derivative that inhibits histamine H1 receptors. It possesses anticholinergic and sedative properties as well.
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is used to treat a variety of conditions and is available in both oral and topical formulations. Oral pheniramine can be included in over-the-counter (OTC) treatments for hay fever, upper respiratory infections, and the common cold. Pollen, ragweed, grass, animal hair and dander, and other eye allergens can produce redness and itching, which can be relieved by using pheniramine eye drops topically. is available in some over-the-counter allergy, cold, and flu medications, where it’s combined with other medications.
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is available in tablet form that is taken orally after meals usually given two to four times daily or as recommended by your doctor. This medication has the potential for abuse.
Dosage is largely determined by the patient’s reaction to the product as well as any side effects seen during therapy. Dosage should not be raised or decreased without consulting a physician, and the product should only be used for the time prescribed.
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml may produce side effects such as dry mouth, gastrointestinal disturbances, drowsiness, palpitation, urinary retention, or hypersensitivity reactions.
The following diseases, conditions, and symptoms are treated, controlled, prevented, or improved with Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml:
- Itchy and runny nose
- Allergic rhinitis
- Motion sickness
- Itchy eyes
How Does Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml Work
When attached to the histamine H1 receptor, Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml competes with histamine for binding and acts as an inverse agonist. Lower H1 receptor activation causes decreased itching, as well as reduced vasodilation and capillary leakage, which results in less redness and edema. This is evident by the reduction of the histamine-induced wheal (swelling) and flare (vasodilation) responses.
How To Use Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is available in tablet form and is taken as a whole with a glass of water. Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is to be taken regularly, preferably at the same time each day to help the patient remember their daily dose.
- If you don’t remember you missed the dose until the next dose time or the next day, do not double the dose and take your medication as per schedule
- Do not crush, break, or chew while taking Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml
- Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml should be taken with or immediately after eating. Do not take the drug if you have not taken food.
- Take a dose of Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml 30 minutes before you fly if you’re taking it to avoid motion sickness.
- Ask your doctor or pharmacist if you’re not sure when to take this medication
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is available in solution form.
The dosage is determined by your age, medical condition, and treatment response.
Form and strength
Tablet: 25mg, 50mg, 75mg
Syrup: 15mg/5ml (60ml), 15mg/5ml (90ml)
- Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is given half to 1 tablet up to 3 times daily
- Children 5-10 years of age: half a tablet up to three times daily
- Children above 10 years of age: half to 1 tablet up to 3 times daily
- Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is not recommended for children under 5 years of age
- No dose adjustments are required for the elderly population
Pregnancy Use and Lactation
During pregnancy and lactation, Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml should only be taken if necessary and after careful consideration of the benefit/risk ratio for both mother and child.
Do not take Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml and consult your doctor if you have a medical history of any of the following:
- Allergic/hypersensitive to Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml and its contents, or any food product (such as pork, beef, etc.)
- Prostatic hypertrophy (enlarged prostate gland)
- Narrow-angle glaucoma
- Neonates or premature infants
Please tell your doctor about any of the following conditions before using Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml:
- Patients with eye problems
- High blood pressure
- Thyroid disorder
- asthma or allergies such as sulfites
- Avoid using it with Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs)
- Avoid using it with alcohol
- Avoid using it with CNS depressants
- Do not drive or operate heavy machinery
- Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
Interactions With Other Medications
Consult your doctor about the use of the following medicines before using Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml:
- Monoamine oxidase Inhibitors
This document does not contain all probable drug reactions, it is advisable to keep a list of medicines in use and discuss it with your doctor (this includes prescription/nonprescription and herbal products).
Common Adverse Effects
Following side effects may not require immediate medical attention until becomes troublesome:
- Dry mouth
- Toxic psychosis
- Inability to concentrate
- Lack of sleep
Rare Adverse Effects
Because Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml may induce serious and fatal infusion responses followed by cardiac collapse, the following side effects may require rapid attention and report to your doctor:
- Muscle weakness
- Blurred vision
- Difficulty in urination
- Coordination disturbances
- Irregular heartbeat
This is by no means a complete list of possible negative effects. Contact your doctor or pharmacist if you experience any other side effects not listed above.
How To Cope with Some Of The Adverse Effects
- Dry Mouth- Can be helped by sipping water throughout the day, chewing sugarless gum and using alcohol-free mouthwash, allowing ice to melt in the mouth, or using a saliva substitute.
- Headaches- In which case make sure you rest and drink plenty of fluids. Avoid the use of alcohol. Take a prescribed painkiller. Consult your doctor if the headaches last longer than a week or are severe
- Feeling dizzy (lightheaded) or weak –If the medication makes you feel dizzy or weak, stop what you’re doing and sit or lie down until you feel better and do not rise too fast or immediately from sitting or lying down position to a standing posture. Do not drive or use tools or machinery in case of any of these effects.
- Muscular Aches and Pains- A hot or cold compress can be placed at the area of discomfort to bring relief; an over-the-counter pain reliever such as paracetamol or ibuprofen can be ingested to bring ease as well. Avoid high-intensity exercise while suffering from muscular pain.
- Constipation- Can be combated by adding more fibers to the patient’s diet, asking the patient to drink plenty of fluids, and increasing their physical activity to trigger contractions in the intestines.
#1. How to store Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml?
Keep Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml in a container at room temperature. Protect from heat. Store in a cool, dry location. keep all medications in a secure location and should be kept out of the reach of children and pets.
#2. What is Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml composed of?
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml contains Pheniramine maleate as an active ingredient.
#3. What if I take too much of Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml?
Seek medical attention right away if someone has overdosed and is experiencing dangerous symptoms like fainting out or having difficulties breathing.
#4. What if I miss a dose of Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml?
If you miss a dose of the medication, make sure you take it as soon as possible on that same day. If you don’t remember you missed the dose until the next dosage time or the next day, do not double the dose and take your medication as per schedule.
#5. Can I take Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml during breastfeeding?
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml should only be taken if necessary and after careful consideration of the benefit/risk ratio for both mother and child.
#6. Can Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml be used for itchy and runny nose and sneezing?
Yes, itchy, and runny noses, as well as sneezing, are among the most prevalent uses of Pheniramine Syrup. Do not use without consulting your doctor.
#7. How should I use Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml, with food without food or on empty stomach?
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml is most taken after food. This, however, may not be the best way to utilize this medication. Please follow your doctor’s instructions on how to use this medication.
#8. When using Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml, is it safe to drive or operate heavy machinery?
It may not be safe to drive a car or operate heavy machinery if you feel sleepiness, dizziness, hypotension, or a headache as a side effect of this medication. If the medication makes you drowsy, dizzy or decreases your blood pressure significantly, you should not drive a vehicle. Patients are also advised not to drink alcohol while taking Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml because alcohol amplifies the sleepiness adverse effects.
#9. Can I consume alcohol with Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml?
Alcohol is known to make people dizzy, thus when combined with medication, it might cause significant dizziness. It’s recommended to stay away from alcohol while you’re getting therapy.
#10. Does Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml cause addiction?
Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml has the potential to cause addiction but if the correct dosage is ingested properly without being misused, there is no need to worry about addiction or dependency developing.
#11. Is it possible to discontinue using Ann-Vil 25mg Injection 50 ml right once, or do I have to wean myself off it gradually?
Because of rebound effects, some drugs must be tapered or cannot be stopped abruptly. Please talk to your doctor about recommendations for your body, health, and other drugs you may be taking.