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Phenos 100 Mg Tablet Information

Phenos 100 Mg Tablet Benefits & Uses

Phenos 100 Mg Tablet is used to treat the following -

Phenos 100 Mg Tablet Dosage & How to Take

This is the usual dosage recommended in most common treatment cases. Please remember that every patient and their case is different, so the dosage can be different based on the disease, route of administration, patient's age and medical history.

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Ingredients of Phenos 100 Mg Tablet


Phenos 100 Mg Tablet Side Effects

Based on research, the following side effects have been observed when Phenos 100 Mg Tablet is used -

  1. Nystagmus (Involuntary Eye Movement)
  2. Double Vision
  3. Drowsiness
  4. Anemia दुर्लभ
  5. Peripheral Neuropathy दुर्लभ
  6. Paresthesia
  7. Insomnia Mild
  8. Vertigo Mild
  9. Dizziness Mild
  10. Nausea or vomiting
  11. Tremor
  12. Constipation Moderate
  13. Headache Mild
  14. Low energy
  15. Nervousness
  16. Unusual facial expression
  17. Unsteadiness

Phenos 100 Mg Tablet Related Warnings

Is the use of Phenos 100 Mg Tablet safe for pregnant women?

Those pregnant women want to take Phenos, before that take doctor advice regarding how to use. If you don't do same then it will cause harmful effects on your health.


Is the use of Phenos 100 Mg Tablet safe during breastfeeding?

Women who are breastfeeding can experience some moderate side effects of Phenos. Immediately discontinue Phenos if you observe any side effects. Contact your doctor, and restart using it only if your doctor says it is safe for you.


What is the effect of Phenos 100 Mg Tablet on the Kidneys?

Phenos has very mild side effects on the kidney.


What is the effect of Phenos 100 Mg Tablet on the Liver?

Phenos may have mild side effects on the liver. Most people will never see any effect on the liver.


What is the effect of Phenos 100 Mg Tablet on the Heart?

Very few cases of side effects of Phenos on heart have been reported.


Severe Interaction of Phenos 100 Mg Tablet with Other Drugs

Phenos 100 Mg Tablet should not be taken with following medicines due to severe side effects it may cause to patients -

Phenos 100 Mg Tablet Contraindications

If you are suffering from any of the following diseases, you should not take Phenos 100 Mg Tablet unless your doctor advises you to do so -

  1. Depression
  2. Suicidal Tendency
  3. Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Sugar)
  4. Bradycardia (Slow Heart Rate)
  5. Liver Disease
  6. Kidney Disease
  7. Heart Disease

Frequently asked Questions about Phenos 100 Mg Tablet

Is this Phenos 100 Mg Tablet habit forming or addictive?

Forming a habit of Phenos has not been reported.

Is it safe to drive or operate heavy machinery when consuming?

You may feel sleepy or tired after taking Phenos. So it is best to avoid driving.


Is it safe?

Yes, but take Phenos only on doctor's advice.

Safe, but take only on Doctor's advise

Is it able to treat mental disorders?

Yes, in many cases, taking Phenos can help with mental disorders.


Phenos 100 Mg Tablet Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Interaction between Food and Phenos 100 Mg Tablet

Taking certain foods and Phenos together may have severe side effects. Talk to your doctor about it.


Interaction between Alcohol and Phenos 100 Mg Tablet

Consuming Phenos with alcohol can have many serious effects on your body.


Phenos 100 Mg Tablet से जुड़े सवाल और जवाब

सवाल about 1 year पहले

Does Phenos cause sleepiness or drowsiness?

Dr. Suhas Bhargav MBBS, General Physician

Yes, Phenos can cause sleepiness and drowsiness. It is a common side effect of this antiepileptic medicine. If you observe these unpleasant side effects after consuming medicine, please consult your doctor and follow his/her instructions.

सवाल about 1 year पहले

Can I drink alcohol with Phenos?

Dr. Roshni Poonja MBBS, Other

No, you are advised not to drink alcohol while you are taking Phenos. Drinking alcohol can increase the level of phenytoin in your blood and may result in unwanted side effects. It also increases the risk of seizures. It is best to avoid alcohol while taking Phenos.

सवाल about 1 year पहले

How long can I safely take Phenos?

Dr. R.K Singh MBBS, General Physician

Phenos can be safely taken for a long time as prescribed by your doctor. Do not discontinue the treatment suddenly or take it longer than prescribed duration.

सवाल about 1 year पहले

Does Phenos cause birth defects (teratogenic)?

Dr. Yogesh Kumar MBBS, General Physician

Yes, Phenos is teratogenic (causes birth defects). As per clinical studies Phenos can cause congenital abnormalities like "fetal hydantoin syndrome" when taken during pregnancy. Generally, It causes mental and physical birth defects. Do not consume it during pregnancy until and unless prescribed by a doctor. 

सवाल about 1 year पहले

Does Phenos interfere with birth control pills?

Dr. Anjum Mujawar MBBS, Diabetology

Yes, Phenos can interfere with birth control pills, because it decreases the effectiveness of the oral contraceptive pill which can alter contraception. Keep your doctor informed before taking them together. Try other methods of contraception such as condoms or barrier methods to avoid unwanted pregnancies.


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  2. KD Tripathi. [link]. Seventh Edition. New Delhi, India: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers; 2013: Page No 413-415