Soniphen Capsule/Soniphen Injection

Soniphen Capsule/Soniphen Injection Contraindications



Amherst Lab




Amherst Parenterals
Full Prescribing Info
Hypersensitivity to diphenhydramine or any ingredient in the product; Narrow angle glaucoma; Stenosing peptic ulcer and pyloroduodenal obstructions predispose the patient to an increased risk of gastrointestinal (GI) obstruction. Agents with anticholinergic properties such as diphenhydramine reduce the tone and motility of the GI tract and thus increase the risk of worsening/contributing to GI obstruction; Diphenhydramine injection should not be used as a local anesthetic because of the risk of local necrosis; Asthma attack; Prostatic hypertrophy; Bladder-neck obstruction; Porphyria; Do not use in premature infants and neonates; Do not use in breastfeeding women.
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