Banophen (Diphenhydramine HCl) 25 mg, 100 Capsules
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Banophen (Diphenhydramine) is an effective antihistamine that is useful against allergies, insect bites and stings, and other sources of itching. It is also sometimes recommended to treat motion sickness or travel anxiety because of its sedative and antiemetic properties.
Who is Banophen (Diphenhydramine HCl) 25 mg, 100 Capsules for?
External use in cats and dogs
Why use Banophen (Diphenhydramine HCl) 25 mg, 100 Capsules?
Diphenhydramine HCl effectively treats itching, superficial irritation, motion sickness, and nausea.
How does Banophen (Diphenhydramine HCl) 25 mg, 100 Capsules work?
Diphenhydramine HCI works by neutralizing the irritating activity of histamine, which are the cause of allergy symptoms such as itching and sneezing.
How is Banophen (Diphenhydramine HCl) 25 mg, 100 Capsules sold?
Bottle of 100 capsules.
What are the side effects of Banophen (Diphenhydramine HCl) 25 mg, 100 Capsules?
Potential side effects include drowsiness, dry mouth, urinary retention, vomiting (in rare cases), and diarrhea (in rare cases).
What special precautions are there?
Never administer to an animal allergic to antihistamines, including, but not limited to, this product. Never administer to an animal with glaucoma, prostate disease, urinary obstruction, or high blood pressure. Never administer to a pregnant or nursing animal. Proceed with caution in administering concomitantly with any other central nervous system depressant, including tranquilizers or barbiturates. Inform your veterinarian and pharmacist about any other medication your pet is on.
What to do if overdose?
In case of overdose, contact your nearest veternarian or pet hospital immediately.
How can I store Banophen (Diphenhydramine HCl) 25 mg, 100 Capsules?
Store product shielded from sunlight. Dry environment.
Diphenhydramine HcL works by blocking histamines, brain transmitters that cause allergic responses. It relaxes the pet, prevents coughing, and works to prevent nausea.
Diphenhydramine is approved by the FDA for topical application on cats and dogs. It is not approved by the FDA for injectable or oral administration in veterinary applications, but it is often recommended for cats and dogs. The normal recommended dose for cats and dogs is 0.5mg to 2mg per pound of body weight every 8 to 12 hours. These capsules are slow-release and should never be dissolved or combined with food. Do not administer Diphenhydramine with any product that contains cold or sinus medication.