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Uro-gran

The complex homeopathic remedy Uro-gran is used for auxiliary therapy of diseases of the urinary system.

Indications of the uro-grana

The homeopathic remedy Uro-gran is shown as an auxiliary preparation for urolithiasis, uric acid diathesis, gout, inflammatory processes in the urinary system.

Release form

Uro-gran is a granular preparation, with a complex composition:

  • Berberis 2 mg;
  • Colchicum 2 mg;
  • Acidum oxalicum 2 mg;
  • Acidum phosphoricum 2 mg;
  • Colocyntis 2 mg.

This amount of ingredients is based on 1 gram of granules.

Granules dissolve well in liquids, have a grayish or yellowish tinge.

Granules in the amount of 10 grams are packed in a polymeric container and a cardboard package.

Pharmacodynamics

Pharmaceutical properties of the drug are not well understood. It is known that Uro-gran accelerates the dissolution of urinary deposits and creates conditions for preventing the formation of stones and sand in the urinary tract.

Uro-gran has an antispasmodic property in relation to the musculature of the urinary system. Uro-gran removes inflammatory reaction, facilitates pain and discomfort during urination.

Pharmacokinetics

Kinetic properties of Uro-gran were not investigated.

Use of the uro-grana during pregnancy

At the moment there is no information on whether it is possible to use the homeopathic remedy Uro-grana by pregnant or lactating women, since no studies have been conducted on the kinetic effect of the medication on the body.

Before taking Uro-gran during pregnancy, it is necessary 

Contraindications

Uro-gran practically has no contraindications. However, one should not prescribe a remedy for the hypersensitivity of the organism to the constituent ingredients Uro-gran.

At pregnancy and in the lactation period for reception of the Uro-gran the consultation of the doctor is required.

Side effects of the uro-grana

Usually, Uro-gran does not cause side effects. Only in rare cases, allergic reactions to the drug may occur: if this happens, then Uro-gran should be discarded.

Dosing and administration

Uro-gran is prescribed to adults or children from the age of 12 in the amount of seven granules sublingually.

Children from 3 to 12 years take Uro-gran in the amount of 3 granules at a time (they can be previously dissolved in a spoonful of water).

Uro-gran take daily, in the morning, on an empty stomach. The course of therapy usually lasts from 8 to 12 weeks. If the doctor deems it necessary, he can prescribe an additional course 2-3 weeks after the previous one.

In case of development of renal colic, 3 granules of Uro-gran are taken 3 to 5 times for an hour.

Overdose

In most cases, an overdose of Uro-gran is not accompanied by any negative manifestations and does not require the appointment of detoxification therapy.

In some cases, if hypersensitivity reactions to Uro-gran are observed, it is recommended to stop taking the medication and rinse the stomach. During the day after an overdose, you need to use a sufficient amount of liquid.

Interactions with other drugs

Uro-gran can be combined with various drugs for internal and external use - with antimicrobial drugs, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, etc. However, the time interval between the methods of any drugs should be at least half an hour.

Storage conditions

Uro-gran is kept under ordinary room conditions, away from children's access.

Shelf life

Preserve Uro-gran for 3 years, in the original packaging.

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Portnov Alexey Alexandrovich

Education: Kiev National Medical University. A.A. Bogomolets, Specialty - "General Medicine"

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To simplify the perception of information, this instruction for use of the drug "Uro-gran" translated and presented in a special form on the basis of the official instructions for medical use of the drug. Before use read the annotation that came directly to medicines.

Description provided for informational purposes and is not a guide to self-healing. The need for this drug, the purpose of the treatment regimen, methods and dose of the drug is determined solely by the attending physician. Self-medication is dangerous for your health.

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