Creon Action Mechanism
Enhancing your digestive mechanism so that you can lead a happy and complications free life is the main aim of Creon. Hydrolyzing the fats into glycerol and fatty acids, converting starches into dextrin and sugars and breaking down proteins into proteoses is the mechanism of action of Creon.
Creon is a boon for all those individuals who suffer from complications of improper digestion. Your medical condition, degree of fat content and steatorrhea in your diet plays an important role in deciding your dosage of Creon and hence, your medical professional may recommend accordingly. It should be taken with regards to meals for obtaining good results from its treatment.
Creon is found to be most accurate and unique medication for treating various digestive related disorders and is also recommended in patients who underwent surgical removal of pancreas. The effectiveness, potency and safety profile of Creon are added advantages to its already existing features.
Creon has the capability to flip your undigested and unhealthy life to a better and healthy life. But following some really important precautionary measures are mandatory to achieve its full benefit. Creon should not be taken in case you have any unusual or allergic reaction to any of its active or inactive components, allergic to pork, pregnant (or planning to become pregnant), breastfeeding or suffer from serious medical complications.
Creon Side effects
Common side effects of Creon usually do not pose any threat to normal health (since they disappear after some time) include bloating or gas, diarrhea, constipation, nausea, vomiting, rectal irritation, stomach pain or upset and greasy stools.
Whereas serious side effects of Creon that are reported in extreme cases include difficulty in breathing and severe allergic reactions such as itching or hives and swelling of your face, lips, tongue or throat. These symptoms may require urgent medical assistance if any of these persist for longer duration.