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Donormyl 15mg - 10 scored film-coated tablets

Occasional Insomnia - Adults

Donormyl 15mg - 10 scored film-coated tablets
Donormyl 15mg - 10 scored film-coated tablets

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Donormyl 15 mg is a drug composed of doxylamine. It is recommended for occasional insomnia in adults.
For one scored tablet, this medicinal product contains 15 mg of doxylamine succinate, its active substance. The other excipients of Donormyl are: Lactose monohydrate, croscarmellose sodium, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, hypromellose, macrogol 6000, color dispersion (hypromellose, titanium dioxide, propylene glycol (E1520), purified water).

Packaging: Tube of 10 scored film-coated tablets.

What is the dosage of Donormyl 15 mg?

Donormyl 15 mg is a medicine for adults only and is taken orally with a glass of water.

It is recommended to take 1/2 to 1 scored film-coated tablet per day. In adults, the dosage can be increased to 2 tablets per day if necessary. However, in the elderly, and in case of renal or hepatic insufficiency, it is recommended to take the lowest dosage.

The Donormyl tablet should be taken in the evening, preferably 15 to 30 minutes before bedtime.
This medicine being indicated for occasional insomnia, the treatment should last between 2 and 5 days maximum. It is not recommended to exceed 5 days of treatment without the prior advice of your doctor.

Precautions for use of Donormyl 15 mg?

Donormyl contains doxylamine, an antihistamine, it should not be used in case of allergy to antihistamines. In addition, it should not be combined with other drugs containing this molecule in order to respect the maximum recommended doses.

Donormyl should not be used in combination with another H1 antihistamine or with other drugs causing drowsiness and therefore a risk of falls. It should be used with caution in the elderly. Taking Donormyl can lead to side effects such as daytime drowsiness, constipation, visual disturbances: for more information, refer to the drug leaflet.

This medication should also not be taken if you have had acute glaucoma, difficulty urinating, or are under 15 years of age.

Donormyl can be used during pregnancy, however it is recommended to seek the advice of your doctor before using it. If you are breastfeeding, this medication is not recommended as it may pass into breast milk.

In case of doubt and to avoid any drug interaction, please inform us of the other treatments in progress.

Donormyl can, like all medicines, have side effects. They do not occur systematically in everyone. These side effects are: daytime sleepiness, constipation, urinary retention, dry mouth, confusion, rhabdomyolysis, increased CKP (blood creatine phosphokinase), visual disturbances and heart palpitations. If an undesirable effect occurs, you should talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.

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