Generic Name(s): belladonna, ergotamine, and phenobarbital
Drug Class: Anticholinergics / antispasmodics
Treats: Tension, nervousness
Bel-Tabs can also be used to reduce nervous system and brain activity. Bel-Tabs reduces the secretions of many organs and this aids in controlling conditions such as excess stomach acid. Bel-Tabs is a combination of ergotamine, belladonna, and phenobarbital and it is used to treat symptoms of menopause. Such symptoms may include increased heart rate, restlessness, trouble sleeping, and anxiety.
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Bel-Tabs works by blocking certain chemicals that are found in the nervous system and help in relieving these symptoms. Bel-Tabs can also be used to relax and calm the body. Bel-Tabs may cause withdrawal reactions when used regularly for a long time or in high doses. The dosage offered by the doctor will be based on your response to therapy and your medical condition.
Bel-Tabs is used in relieving symptoms that are related to tension and nervousness. Some of these symptoms may include unpleasant menopausal signs such as:
- Hot flushes
- Trouble sleeping
- stomach/intestinal disorders
- throbbing headaches
You will find below the dosage guidelines of Bel-Tabs that doctors use, but depending on the medical history and the medical condition of the patient, a pharmacist or a doctor may prescribe a different regimen for Bel-Tabs. A patient should not change their dosage or stop taking their medication without a doctor’s approval.
- Do not take it longer or in large amounts than recommended by your doctor
- You need to use less and less before stopping the medication immediately
Bel-Tabs Side Effects
Side effects of most drugs cannot be anticipated so if you notice any change in intensity or any developments, it is recommended to see a doctor as soon as possible. Pharmacists or Doctors are the only ones who can determine if it is safe to continue taking Bel-Tabs.
Common side effects of Bel-Tabs include:
- dry mouth, nose or throat
- upset stomach.
Severe side effects of Bel-Tabs include:
Severe allergic reactions such as:
- difficulty breathing
- tightness in the chest
- dark urine or pale stools
- unusual bruising or bleeding
- unusual tiredness
- decreased urination
- severe stomach pain
- yellowing of the skin or eyes
When Bel-Tabs interacts with other drugs, the effects of either drug could be decreased, altered, or increased. Before interacting medications it is important to check with a doctor. Some medications that are known to interact with Bel-Tabs include:
- AccuHist LA (atropine / chlorpheniramine / hyoscyamine / phenylephrine / scopolamine)
- AccuHist PDX Drops (chlorpheniramine / dextromethorphan / pseudoephedrine)
- AccuHist PDX Syrup (brompheniramine / dextromethorphan / guaifenesin / phenylephrine)
- Allerest Eye Drops (naphazoline ophthalmic)
- Allerest Headache Strength (acetaminophen / chlorpheniramine / pseudoephedrine)
- Allerest Maximum Strength (chlorpheniramine / pseudoephedrine)
- Allerest No Drowsiness (acetaminophen / pseudoephedrine)
- Allerest PE (chlorpheniramine / phenylephrine)
- Allerest Sinus (acetaminophen / chlorpheniramine / pseudoephedrine)
- Allerfrim (pseudoephedrine / triprolidine), Allerfrin (pseudoephedrine / triprolidine)