"Milgamma" is prescribed to treat symptoms of neuritis, neuralgia, myalgia, retrobulbar neuritis, polyneuropathies (including diabetic and alcoholic), herpes zoster, neurological manifestations of osteochondrosis, night muscle cramps, radicular syndromes, paresis of the facial nerve. The drug is effective in neurological system diseases caused by lack of vitamins B1 and B6. "Milgamma" is also prescribed to improve the functions of the nervous system and increase blood flow. Its analogues are: "Neuromultivit", "Benefit", "Neurobion", "Combilipen", "Compositum".
The composition of the drug include vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), lidocaine. Vitamin B1 exhibits antioxidant activity, regulates protein and carbohydrate metabolism in cells, promotes the development of analgesic effect. Vitamin B6 takes part in many processes in the cells of the nervous tissue. Vitamin B12 reduces the pain caused by damage to the peripheral nervous system, and stimulates nucleotide exchange. Lidocaine has local anesthetic agent.
"Milgamma" is produced in the form of tablets and solution for injection. Pills need to be taken on 1 piece 3 times a day for 30 days. Injections of the drug prescribed for severe pain. "Milgamma" inject intramuscularly (deep), 1 per day to 2 ml. the Drug must be administered slowly. With the rapid introduction may appear dizziness, palpitation, irregular heart rhythm, fainting, seizures. While calming the pain injections do 2-3 times a week. The rate of application is 5-10 days. Further prescribed pills of the drug. To relieve an attack of acute pain, made a one-time shot "Milgamma".
"Milgamma" contraindicated" to children to 16-ti years, with heart failure decompensation, in case of hypersensitivity to its components. It is not recommended to use the drug during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Be wary appoint "Milgamma" along with "D-penicillamine" and "Cycloserine". Tool calls the following side effects: tachycardia, urticaria, increased sweating, skin rash, acne, anaphylactic shock, angioedema, shortness of breath. In overdose these symptoms intensify. "Milgamma" dispensed by prescription. The shelf life of pills is 5 years, vials - 2 years.