EMCURE PHARMA PAUSE XT TABLET Product #: 4.3 stars based on 6 reviews SOM Price: Rs.332.34 Rs.332.34 Available from: SAVEONMEDICALS.COM In stock! Order now!

PAUSE XT TABLET Prescription Required

EMCURE PHARMA
Pack Size :
Retailer: ANN Pharma and Food Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Delivery Charge ?
Cash On Delivery Charge ?
Rs.332.34 Rs.357.35
You Save: 7 %

PAUSE XT TABLET has the following salts in its composition

 1) Tranexamic Acid 2) Tribasic Calcium Phosphate 3) Menadione 4) Citrus Bioflavonoid

Uses Of PAUSE XT TABLET

Uses Of Salt: Tranexamic Acid

Tranexamic Acid is used for:

  • Managing certain types of bleeding disorders like Haemophilia.
  • Controlling bleeding from tooth extraction.
  • Other high-risk bleeding conditions like after surgery or injury Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Heavy nosebleeds

Uses Of Salt: Tribasic Calcium Phosphate

It is a calcium salt of phosphoric acid, also known as bone phosphate of lime. It occurs naturally in cow milk.

Most common use is to treat calcium deficiencies and conditions caused by calcium deficiency like Osteoporosis (loss of bone density), osteomalacia (weakening of bone), hypoparathyroidism (decreased in activity of thyroid gland) and in some muscle disease.

It is also used in pregnant women and postmenopausal to fulfill calcium deficit and people taking drugs like phenytoin, phenobarbital, or prednisone. 

Uses Of Salt: Menadione

Used in short-term management of haemorrhage ; Long-term management of hereditary angioEdema

Uses Of Salt: Citrus Bioflavonoid

Used in short-term management of haemorrhage ; Long-term management of hereditary angioEdema

Side Effects Of PAUSE XT TABLET

Side Effects Of Salt: Tranexamic Acid

Common side-effects of Tranexamic Acid are:

  • Headache
  • Backache
  • Fatigue
  • Anaemia
  • Nasal sinus problems
  • Diarrhoea 

Side Effects Of Salt: Tribasic Calcium Phosphate

Mild side effects include:

  • Nausea, vomiting
  • Decreased appetite, constipation
  • Dry mouth, increased thirst
  • Polyuria (increased urination)

Severe side effects like swelling of facial organs (nose, lips, tongue, and throat) and breathing problem may need medical attention.

Side Effects Of Salt: Menadione

Side effects include Diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, disturbances in colour vision, giddiness, hypotension (after rapid IV inj), thromboembolic events.

Side Effects Of Salt: Citrus Bioflavonoid

Side effects include Diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, disturbances in colour vision, giddiness, hypotension (after rapid IV inj), thromboembolic events.

Contraindications Of PAUSE XT TABLET

Contraindications Of Salt: Tranexamic Acid

Pl. inform your doctor if you have/ had any of the following conditions:

  • Blood clot in any part of the body
  • Color vision problems
  • Bleeding in brain

Contraindications Of Salt: Tribasic Calcium Phosphate

It should be used cautiously with conditions like sarcoidosis (lumps of inflammatory cells known as granulomas), high amount of calcium in urine& blood, incomplete or infrequent bowel movements, kidney stone, kidney disease and poisoning by the heart medication Digitalis.

Contraindications Of Salt: Menadione

Severe renal failure, active intravascular clotting, thromboembolic disease, colour vision disorders, subarachnoid bleeding

Contraindications Of Salt: Citrus Bioflavonoid

Severe renal failure, active intravascular clotting, thromboembolic disease, colour vision disorders, subarachnoid bleeding

What Is Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Abnormal uterine bleeding is the irregular bleeding from longer or heavier uterus than usual. After being tested through a number of different tests, various treatments recommended by the doctor could be giving hormones like progesterone and estrogen. Hysteroscopy could be done to remove polyps or fibroids.
  • Surgery like endometrial ablation or hysterectomy is done when other treatments fail to work. 

What Is Haemophilia

Haemophilia is a medical condition in which there is an aberration in a person’s ability to coagulate blood. In layman’s terms, people who suffer from haemophilia are often referred to as having a "bleeding tendency." Haemophilia is the commonest disorder of coagulation and is an inherited condition. There are two types of Haemophilia: Haemophilia A and Haemophilia B.

Coagulation of blood is controlled by different clotting factors found in the blood, as well as blood platelets. Haemophilia A is due to a deficiency in factor VIII of the clotting factors. Haemophilia B is due to a deficiency in factor IX.

Bleeding or injury leads to the trigger of a complex clotting cascade. Platelets in the blood initially arrive at the site of injury, as an acute response to achieve haemostasis. Clotting factors are involved in the subsequent response to trauma, as platelet binding causes activation of the coagulation pathway. The coagulation cascade has two pathways, extrinsic and intrinsic, which both lead to the end goal of fibrin formation. Fibrin forms a mesh-like structure that assists blood clot formation, as other factors involved in blood clotting can adhere to this framework.

Calcium, Vitamin K and phospholipids also contribute to the clotting pathway.

The symptoms due to haemophilia may differ, depending on the severity. Some may only experience mild episodes, while others may experience life-threatening haemorrhages.

Mild haemophilia is classified when there is more than five percent of clotting factors present and active, moderate haemophilia is when there is between one and five percent of factors present, and severe haemophilia occurs when there is less than one percent of the clotting factor present.

Haemophilia is treated with factor replacement or FFPs (Fresh Frozen Plasma).

What Is Hypothyroidism

The thyroid gland is positioned at the front lower part of the neck. The hormones released by the particular gland pass through the bloodstream and affect almost every part of our body from our muscles to skin, and heart to the brain.

Hypothyroidism is referred to as the underactive thyroid disease. It is considered as a common disorder. In hypothyroidism, the thyroid gland does not make sufficient thyroid hormone.

The thyroid gland controls the energy (gained from food) consumption strategy of the cells and this particular process is called metabolism. Metabolism affects our body temperature, heartbeat, and calorie burning strategy. If our body doesn’t produce enough thyroid hormone, then these above specified essential processes may slow down and as a result, our body will make insufficient energy and the metabolism will become sluggish.

Symptoms Treated With PAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Symptoms Of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Irregular, heavy and more frequent mensuration. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Haemophilia

Haemophilia is usually suspected when a person has a prolonged bleeding time after a minimal event such as drawing blood, teeth extraction or a superficial abrasion that doesn’t heal.  Trauma may also precipitate an abnormal bleeding response, e.g. bleed into a joint after a minor fall.

Internal or external haemorrhages range from mild to moderate bleeding episodes, depending on the severity of haemophilia that a person has. Haemophilia usually presents in childhood, and if severe, may present within the first two years of life. 

Common symptoms include:

  • Prolonged bleeding after tooth extraction, or bleeding from gums in teething infants
  • Haemarthrosis (bleeding into joints) after minor traumas. Recurrent episodes of haemarthrosis may lead to progressive destruction and deformities of joints, and eventually, secondary osteoarthritis may occur.
  • Haematomas in muscles may occur and can predispose to compartment syndrome (potential muscle and nerve cell death due to increased pressures in the soft tissue "compartments")
  • Haematuria (blood in the urine)
  • Prolonged bleeding after surgery
  • Severe bleeding episodes can lead to intracranial haemorrhage (bleeding in the brain). This may present with headaches, nausea, projectile vomiting, neurological fallouts or altered level of consciousness.
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding may lead to blood in stools

What Are The Symptoms Of Hypothyroidism

The signs and symptoms associated with hypothyroidism may vary from person to person based on the severity of thyroid hormones deficiency. But, an individual may develop the symptoms slowly even about in a number of years. Firstly, you can notice some common symptoms such as weight gain or fatigue and slowly, your metabolism will be continued to slow down. You will also develop more common symptoms. Some of the hypothyroidism signs and symptoms are as follows:

  • Feeling tired: You can be associated with fatigue syndrome such as feeling tired, lethargy, inability to exercise, feeling cold, and weakness.
  • Excessive sleeping: You can experience excess sleepiness, snoring and daytime sleepiness.
  • Menstrual disorder:Women can experience abnormal menstruation, heavy menstruation, absence of menstruation, and irregular menstruation.
  • Developmental issue: It is associated with slow growth or delayed puberty.
  • Muscular cramps:You can experience flaccid or cramping muscles.
  • Mood swings: You may experience sadness or mood swings.
  • Hair problems: Your hair may become dry or you can face hair loss.

If hypothyroidism is left untreated, then the signs and symptoms associated with it can become more complicated and severe. Constant stimulation of the thyroid gland may result in an enlarged thyroid that is known as goitre, along with that the thought process may become slower.

Advanced hypothyroidism is referred to as myxedema. It is rare, but if it occurs, then it can be a life-threatening issue. Its signs and symptoms include decreased breathing, low blood pressure, decreased body temperature, and even coma.

Though hypothyroidism mostly affects the older-women and middle-aged group people, yet any age group including infants can develop Hypothyroidism. The signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism that are associated with infants are as follows:

  • Yellowing of the skin and white parts of the eyes.
  • A large and protruding tongue.
  • Frequent choking.
  • A puffy appearance of the face.
  • Poor muscle tone.
  • Constipation.
  • Excessive sleepiness.
  • If the infants are not treated properly, then a severe mental and physical retardation can happen.

Causes of diseases where PAUSE XT TABLET is used

What Are The Causes Of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Changes in hormone level, growths in the uterus (fibroids), polycystic ovaries or clotting problems can cause AUB. 

What Are The Causes Of Haemophilia

Haemophilia is a genetic, sex-linked disorder that carried by the X-chromosomes. X-chromosome linkage implies that mainly males are affected, as they have only one X-chromosome and one Y-chromosome.

Females can be the genetic “carriers" of haemophilia, as they have two X chromosomes, and an additive healthy X-chromosome may minimise the effects of the X-gene carrying haemophilia.  It is estimated that about one-third of carrier females may have mild bleeding tendencies although most female carriers are asymptomatic. A female may have haemophilia if her mother is a carrier, and her father has haemophilia- thus receiving two abnormal X-genes.

 A mother with a carrier gene has 25% chance of affecting her son, and 25% chance of her daughter inheriting the gene.

Haemophilia A occurs in about five to ten percent of cases. Different genetic mutations give rise to haemophilia A.  Haemophilia B is more common, and occurs in eighty percent of cases.

What Are The Causes Of Hypothyroidism

Whenever the thyroid gland doesn’t produce sufficient hormones, the balance of the overall chemical reactions can be disturbed. Hypothyroidism is associated with a number of causes such as autoimmune disease, radiation therapy, treatment for hyperthyroidism, thyroid surgery, and other medications. The major causes of Hypothyroidism are as follows:

  • Autoimmune disease: People who are suffering from Hashimoto's thyroiditis (an inflammatory disorder) are mostly involved with Hypothyroidism. The autoimmune disorders can occur when our own immune system produces antibodies against our own tissues. Sometimes, this particular process attacks our thyroid gland. Although, scientists are not sure about the reason behind the autoimmune disease. Some think it as a triggering response of bacterium or virus while others think it is a genetic flaw. But, whatever it may be, these self-destructing antibodies affect the thyroid and prevent them in hormone production.
  • Treatment for hyperthyroidism: People, who are suffering from hyperthyroidism, are often treated with anti-thyroid medications or radioactive iodine in order to reduce and normalise the thyroid function. But, in some cases, the treatments of hyperthyroidism may result in permanent Hypothyroidism.
  • Thyroid surgery: If a patient is treated with removing of the whole or a large portion of the thyroid gland, then the hormone production can be diminished or stopped. In that case, that patient should take the external thyroid hormone for life.
  • Radiation therapy: Radiation used in the treatment of cancers associated with neck and head can affect the thyroid gland and may result in hypothyroidism.
  • Medications: A large number of medications can result in Hypothyroidism such as Lithium can develop hypothyroidism. So, before taking any medication, ask your doctor about its effect on your thyroid gland.
  • Congenital disease: Some babies can be born with no thyroid gland or a defective thyroid gland. In this case, the thyroid gland can’t develop normally for some unknown reasons and in some cases, it can be associated with some genetic disorder. The babies born with congenital hypothyroidism can appear normal during their birth, so thyroid screening of the newborn is very important.
  • Pituitary disorder: A rare cause of hypothyroidism may be the result of the failure of the pituitary gland in producing sufficient TSH (Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone). It can happen as a result of a benign tumour associated with the pituitary gland.
  • Pregnancy: Some women can develop hypothyroidism during or after the pregnancy. If it is left untreated, then it can be an unwanted cause of miscarriage, preeclampsia (rise of blood pressure during the pregnancy’s last three months), or premature delivery. It can also affect the development process of the foetus.
  • Iodine deficiency: The iodine mineral is crucial for thyroid hormone production. Iodine can be found in seafood, iodized salt, seaweed etc. So, iodine deficiency should be removed at any cost. But, keep in mind that too much iodine consumption can result in hyperthyroidism.
  • Anyone can develop hypothyroidism, but a woman older than 60 years, a person associated with autoimmune disease or a past family history of hypothyroidism, treated with anti-thyroid medications or radioactive iodine can develop Hypothyroidism more than the others.

Worst Foods With PAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Worst Foods For Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Avoid cheese and saturated meat products
  • Right balance of estrogen and progesterone in woman’s body is extremely important. If you have estrogen dominance and progesterone deficiency, you should avoid foods that increase estrogen levels. Foods to avoid in such condition are: Soy, sugar, dried fruits especially dried apricots, dates, and prunes, flax seeds, sesame seeds etc.

What Are The Worst Foods For Haemophilia

Foods that have a natural anticoagulant effect should be avoided. These include:

  • Garlic
  • Ginseng
  • Flaxseed
  • Turmeric, Cinnamon, Cayenne pepper
  • Vitamin E containing foods: Avocados, sunflower seeds, peanuts, Brazilian nuts
  • Fatty fish high in EPA, which has a mild anticoagulant effect should be used in moderation.

What Are The Worst Foods For Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism patients should avoid the following foods:

  • Soy: Patients who are suffering from hypothyroidism should moderate their soy consumption.
  • Cruciferous Vegetables: Cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli and cabbage) can interfere with the thyroid hormone production, especially people who are suffering from an iodine deficiency. 
  • Gluten: Hypothyroidism patients should minimise their Gluten (wheat, rye, barley, and other grains) intake.
  • Fatty foods:  Fats may reduce the body’s ability in order to absorb thyroid hormone. So, the consumption of mayonnaise, butter, margarine etc should be avoided in hypothyroidism.
  • Sugary foods:  a result of hypothyroidism, the metabolism rate can slow down. So, it’s best to reduce or completely eliminate the sugar from your diet.
  • Processed foods: People suffering from hypothyroidism should avoid processed foods.
  • Excess fibre: Fibre is essential for health, but too much fibre consumption can make your Hypothyroidism treatment more complicated.
  • Coffee: Caffeine can 

Do's With Usage of PAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Rest and Destress as high stress is a direct cause of low progesterone
  • Keep a check on your weight
  • Eating small and frequent meals helps in managing Premenstrual Syndrome    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Haemophilia

  • Maintain a healthy weight. Obesity or being overweight can worsen complications associated with haemophilia, especially secondary osteoarthritis due to recurrent intra-articular bleeds.

  • Moderate exercise to strengthen muscles and tissues around joints and ligaments is good for maintaining health but should be done cautiously, and biokinetics or physiotherapists should work out the exercise program.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Hypothyroidism

Maintain the following steps along with your medication:

  • Increase the metabolic rate: Do mild to moderate exercises to enhance your metabolic rate and mood.
  • Yoga Therapy: Yoga and meditation therapy help to increase tissue sensitivity associated with thyroid hormone.
  • Monitoring: One should keep a track of thyroid level hence one should consider going for regular check-ups.
  • Positive attitude: Always keep up a positive attitude; it will be helpful in your Hypothyroidism treatment.

Dont's With Usage Of PAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Don’t over exercise    

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Haemophilia

  • Be cautious before using any herbal medicine or supplement, as they often influence coagulation of blood (thinning or thickening blood)
  • Anti-inflammatory medications should be avoided due to their platelet inhibiting ability. This includes NSAIDs such as Aspirin and Ibuprofen.
  • Contact sports should be avoided due to the increased risk of bleeding into tissues.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Hypothyroidism

Try to avoid the following:

  • Do not smoke: Try to avoid or quit smoking as the chemicals associated with smoking can harm the functionalities of the thyroid gland.
  • Do not take stress: Stress is responsible for Cortisol hormone imbalance and that is one of the main reasons of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia (Blood sugar imbalance). It can cause many symptoms of hypothyroidism. So, don’t take too much stress.

Other Useful Tips With Usage OfPAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Tips For Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Lifestyle changes like maintaining body weight, regular exercise and distressing is recommended.    

What Are The Tips For Haemophilia

Supplements that decreases blood clotting and should be avoided include:

  • Gingko Biloba
  • Bromelain
  • Bilberry
  • Vitamin E-containing supplements 

What Are The Tips For Hypothyroidism

Thyroid and Vitamin-D level should be checked on a regular basis. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is very important.

User Rating

xxx xxx xxx xxx rrrrr  Average Rating 4.3
  • Is this medicine effective?

    • Yes
      Percentage: 80%
    • No
      Percentage: 20%
  • What is the frequency of use?

    • Once a day
      Percentage: 29%
    • Twice a day
      Percentage: 29%
    • Thrice a day
      Percentage: 15%
    • Four times a day
      Percentage: 12%
    • More than 4 times a day
      Percentage: 15%
  • Have you been prescribed this medicine by a doctor?

    • Yes
      Percentage: 50%
    • No
      Percentage: 50%
  • How do you rate this medicine on price?

    • Very Economical
      Percentage: 29%
    • Economical
      Percentage: 29%
    • Just the right price
      Percentage: 15%
    • Expensive
      Percentage: 12%
    • Very Expensive
      Percentage: 15%
  • This page was last updated on 24-09-2017.

Uses Of PAUSE XT TABLET

Uses Of Salt: Tranexamic Acid

Tranexamic Acid is used for:

  • Managing certain types of bleeding disorders like Haemophilia.
  • Controlling bleeding from tooth extraction.
  • Other high-risk bleeding conditions like after surgery or injury Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Heavy nosebleeds
Uses Of Salt: Tribasic Calcium Phosphate

It is a calcium salt of phosphoric acid, also known as bone phosphate of lime. It occurs naturally in cow milk.

Most common use is to treat calcium deficiencies and conditions caused by calcium deficiency like Osteoporosis (loss of bone density), osteomalacia (weakening of bone), hypoparathyroidism (decreased in activity of thyroid gland) and in some muscle disease.

It is also used in pregnant women and postmenopausal to fulfill calcium deficit and people taking drugs like phenytoin, phenobarbital, or prednisone. 

Uses Of Salt: Menadione Used in short-term management of haemorrhage ; Long-term management of hereditary angioEdema Uses Of Salt: Citrus Bioflavonoid Used in short-term management of haemorrhage ; Long-term management of hereditary angioEdema

Side Effects Of PAUSE XT TABLET

Sideeffect Of Salt: Tranexamic Acid

Common side-effects of Tranexamic Acid are:

  • Headache
  • Backache
  • Fatigue
  • Anaemia
  • Nasal sinus problems
  • Diarrhoea 
Sideeffect Of Salt: Tribasic Calcium Phosphate

Mild side effects include:

  • Nausea, vomiting
  • Decreased appetite, constipation
  • Dry mouth, increased thirst
  • Polyuria (increased urination)

Severe side effects like swelling of facial organs (nose, lips, tongue, and throat) and breathing problem may need medical attention.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Menadione Side effects include Diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, disturbances in colour vision, giddiness, hypotension (after rapid IV inj), thromboembolic events. Sideeffect Of Salt: Citrus Bioflavonoid Side effects include Diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, disturbances in colour vision, giddiness, hypotension (after rapid IV inj), thromboembolic events.

Contraindications Of PAUSE XT TABLET

Contraindications Of Salt: Tranexamic Acid

Pl. inform your doctor if you have/ had any of the following conditions:

  • Blood clot in any part of the body
  • Color vision problems
  • Bleeding in brain
Contraindications Of Salt: Tribasic Calcium Phosphate

It should be used cautiously with conditions like sarcoidosis (lumps of inflammatory cells known as granulomas), high amount of calcium in urine& blood, incomplete or infrequent bowel movements, kidney stone, kidney disease and poisoning by the heart medication Digitalis.

Contraindications Of Salt: Menadione Severe renal failure, active intravascular clotting, thromboembolic disease, colour vision disorders, subarachnoid bleeding Contraindications Of Salt: Citrus Bioflavonoid Severe renal failure, active intravascular clotting, thromboembolic disease, colour vision disorders, subarachnoid bleeding

Best Foods With PAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Best Foods For Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Progesterone is not available in any food but certain foods help body in producing levels of more Progesterone.
  • Foods rich in magnesium like Dark Leafy Greens (Raw Spinach), Fish (Mackerel), Nuts and Seeds (Squash and Pumpkin Seeds), Whole Grains (Brown Rice).
  • Foods rich in vitamin B6 like Sunflower Seeds, Pistachio Nuts, Fish (Tuna), Turkey
  • Vitamin C rich foods like guavas, dark leafy vegetables, kiwifruit, citrus fruits, and papaya increase the amount of uterus lining and can help in getting periods.
  • Increase intake of whole grains, iron rich foods and fresh ripe fruits in case of abnormal uterine bleeding. 

What Are The Best Foods For Haemophilia

  • Vitamin K containing foods such as leafy green vegetables spinach, kale, lettuce, broccoli, Swiss chard, cauliflower. Oils such as olive oil.
  • Calcium rich foods such as dairy products (milk, cheese, yoghurt, kefir), spinach, broccoli.
  • Magnesium rich foods almonds, spinach, chard, pumpkin seeds,
  • Iron rich foods (in combination with vitamin c which increases iron absorption) such as green leafy vegetables, raisins, red meat, poultry, beans and seafood.

What Are The Best Foods For Hypothyroidism

The following foods are beneficial for hypothyroidism patients:

  • Fish: The fish that rich in omega-3 fatty acids (such as wild salmon, tuna, trout, or sardines) is very good for thyroid function. Fish is also a rich source of selenium that helps to reduce inflammation.
  • Nuts: Nuts are a great source of selenium, but take care of the quantity as they are high in fat.
  • Whole grains: Constipation is one of the common symptoms of Hypothyroidism and whole grains like bread, cereal, rice, and pasta are associated with high amount of fibre. The fibre is very helpful in maintaining the bowel regularity.
  • Fresh vegetables and fruits: Weight gain is a common initial symptom of Hypothyroidism. So, in this case, you should take low-calorie and high nutrient foods. Blueberries, sweet potatoes, cherries, and green peppers are rich in antioxidants, so you can add these foods to your diet.
  • Seaweed: Seaweed is associated with high amount of iodine that is a crucial nutrient for proper thyroid function. But, consult your Doctor before increasing your iodine intake.
  • Beans: Beans are a good source of sustained energy, so it is very beneficial in Hypothyroidism.

Worst Foods With PAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Worst Foods For Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Avoid cheese and saturated meat products
  • Right balance of estrogen and progesterone in woman’s body is extremely important. If you have estrogen dominance and progesterone deficiency, you should avoid foods that increase estrogen levels. Foods to avoid in such condition are: Soy, sugar, dried fruits especially dried apricots, dates, and prunes, flax seeds, sesame seeds etc.

What Are The Worst Foods For Haemophilia

Foods that have a natural anticoagulant effect should be avoided. These include:

  • Garlic
  • Ginseng
  • Flaxseed
  • Turmeric, Cinnamon, Cayenne pepper
  • Vitamin E containing foods: Avocados, sunflower seeds, peanuts, Brazilian nuts
  • Fatty fish high in EPA, which has a mild anticoagulant effect should be used in moderation.

What Are The Worst Foods For Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism patients should avoid the following foods:

  • Soy: Patients who are suffering from hypothyroidism should moderate their soy consumption.
  • Cruciferous Vegetables: Cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli and cabbage) can interfere with the thyroid hormone production, especially people who are suffering from an iodine deficiency. 
  • Gluten: Hypothyroidism patients should minimise their Gluten (wheat, rye, barley, and other grains) intake.
  • Fatty foods:  Fats may reduce the body’s ability in order to absorb thyroid hormone. So, the consumption of mayonnaise, butter, margarine etc should be avoided in hypothyroidism.
  • Sugary foods:  a result of hypothyroidism, the metabolism rate can slow down. So, it’s best to reduce or completely eliminate the sugar from your diet.
  • Processed foods: People suffering from hypothyroidism should avoid processed foods.
  • Excess fibre: Fibre is essential for health, but too much fibre consumption can make your Hypothyroidism treatment more complicated.
  • Coffee: Caffeine can 

Symptoms Treated With PAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Symptoms Of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Irregular, heavy and more frequent mensuration. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Haemophilia

Haemophilia is usually suspected when a person has a prolonged bleeding time after a minimal event such as drawing blood, teeth extraction or a superficial abrasion that doesn’t heal.  Trauma may also precipitate an abnormal bleeding response, e.g. bleed into a joint after a minor fall.

Internal or external haemorrhages range from mild to moderate bleeding episodes, depending on the severity of haemophilia that a person has. Haemophilia usually presents in childhood, and if severe, may present within the first two years of life. 

Common symptoms include:

  • Prolonged bleeding after tooth extraction, or bleeding from gums in teething infants
  • Haemarthrosis (bleeding into joints) after minor traumas. Recurrent episodes of haemarthrosis may lead to progressive destruction and deformities of joints, and eventually, secondary osteoarthritis may occur.
  • Haematomas in muscles may occur and can predispose to compartment syndrome (potential muscle and nerve cell death due to increased pressures in the soft tissue "compartments")
  • Haematuria (blood in the urine)
  • Prolonged bleeding after surgery
  • Severe bleeding episodes can lead to intracranial haemorrhage (bleeding in the brain). This may present with headaches, nausea, projectile vomiting, neurological fallouts or altered level of consciousness.
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding may lead to blood in stools

What Are The Symptoms Of Hypothyroidism

The signs and symptoms associated with hypothyroidism may vary from person to person based on the severity of thyroid hormones deficiency. But, an individual may develop the symptoms slowly even about in a number of years. Firstly, you can notice some common symptoms such as weight gain or fatigue and slowly, your metabolism will be continued to slow down. You will also develop more common symptoms. Some of the hypothyroidism signs and symptoms are as follows:

  • Feeling tired: You can be associated with fatigue syndrome such as feeling tired, lethargy, inability to exercise, feeling cold, and weakness.
  • Excessive sleeping: You can experience excess sleepiness, snoring and daytime sleepiness.
  • Menstrual disorder:Women can experience abnormal menstruation, heavy menstruation, absence of menstruation, and irregular menstruation.
  • Developmental issue: It is associated with slow growth or delayed puberty.
  • Muscular cramps:You can experience flaccid or cramping muscles.
  • Mood swings: You may experience sadness or mood swings.
  • Hair problems: Your hair may become dry or you can face hair loss.

If hypothyroidism is left untreated, then the signs and symptoms associated with it can become more complicated and severe. Constant stimulation of the thyroid gland may result in an enlarged thyroid that is known as goitre, along with that the thought process may become slower.

Advanced hypothyroidism is referred to as myxedema. It is rare, but if it occurs, then it can be a life-threatening issue. Its signs and symptoms include decreased breathing, low blood pressure, decreased body temperature, and even coma.

Though hypothyroidism mostly affects the older-women and middle-aged group people, yet any age group including infants can develop Hypothyroidism. The signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism that are associated with infants are as follows:

  • Yellowing of the skin and white parts of the eyes.
  • A large and protruding tongue.
  • Frequent choking.
  • A puffy appearance of the face.
  • Poor muscle tone.
  • Constipation.
  • Excessive sleepiness.
  • If the infants are not treated properly, then a severe mental and physical retardation can happen.

Causes of diseases where PAUSE XT TABLET is used

What Are The Causes Of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Changes in hormone level, growths in the uterus (fibroids), polycystic ovaries or clotting problems can cause AUB. 

What Are The Causes Of Haemophilia

Haemophilia is a genetic, sex-linked disorder that carried by the X-chromosomes. X-chromosome linkage implies that mainly males are affected, as they have only one X-chromosome and one Y-chromosome.

Females can be the genetic “carriers" of haemophilia, as they have two X chromosomes, and an additive healthy X-chromosome may minimise the effects of the X-gene carrying haemophilia.  It is estimated that about one-third of carrier females may have mild bleeding tendencies although most female carriers are asymptomatic. A female may have haemophilia if her mother is a carrier, and her father has haemophilia- thus receiving two abnormal X-genes.

 A mother with a carrier gene has 25% chance of affecting her son, and 25% chance of her daughter inheriting the gene.

Haemophilia A occurs in about five to ten percent of cases. Different genetic mutations give rise to haemophilia A.  Haemophilia B is more common, and occurs in eighty percent of cases.

What Are The Causes Of Hypothyroidism

Whenever the thyroid gland doesn’t produce sufficient hormones, the balance of the overall chemical reactions can be disturbed. Hypothyroidism is associated with a number of causes such as autoimmune disease, radiation therapy, treatment for hyperthyroidism, thyroid surgery, and other medications. The major causes of Hypothyroidism are as follows:

  • Autoimmune disease: People who are suffering from Hashimoto's thyroiditis (an inflammatory disorder) are mostly involved with Hypothyroidism. The autoimmune disorders can occur when our own immune system produces antibodies against our own tissues. Sometimes, this particular process attacks our thyroid gland. Although, scientists are not sure about the reason behind the autoimmune disease. Some think it as a triggering response of bacterium or virus while others think it is a genetic flaw. But, whatever it may be, these self-destructing antibodies affect the thyroid and prevent them in hormone production.
  • Treatment for hyperthyroidism: People, who are suffering from hyperthyroidism, are often treated with anti-thyroid medications or radioactive iodine in order to reduce and normalise the thyroid function. But, in some cases, the treatments of hyperthyroidism may result in permanent Hypothyroidism.
  • Thyroid surgery: If a patient is treated with removing of the whole or a large portion of the thyroid gland, then the hormone production can be diminished or stopped. In that case, that patient should take the external thyroid hormone for life.
  • Radiation therapy: Radiation used in the treatment of cancers associated with neck and head can affect the thyroid gland and may result in hypothyroidism.
  • Medications: A large number of medications can result in Hypothyroidism such as Lithium can develop hypothyroidism. So, before taking any medication, ask your doctor about its effect on your thyroid gland.
  • Congenital disease: Some babies can be born with no thyroid gland or a defective thyroid gland. In this case, the thyroid gland can’t develop normally for some unknown reasons and in some cases, it can be associated with some genetic disorder. The babies born with congenital hypothyroidism can appear normal during their birth, so thyroid screening of the newborn is very important.
  • Pituitary disorder: A rare cause of hypothyroidism may be the result of the failure of the pituitary gland in producing sufficient TSH (Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone). It can happen as a result of a benign tumour associated with the pituitary gland.
  • Pregnancy: Some women can develop hypothyroidism during or after the pregnancy. If it is left untreated, then it can be an unwanted cause of miscarriage, preeclampsia (rise of blood pressure during the pregnancy’s last three months), or premature delivery. It can also affect the development process of the foetus.
  • Iodine deficiency: The iodine mineral is crucial for thyroid hormone production. Iodine can be found in seafood, iodized salt, seaweed etc. So, iodine deficiency should be removed at any cost. But, keep in mind that too much iodine consumption can result in hyperthyroidism.
  • Anyone can develop hypothyroidism, but a woman older than 60 years, a person associated with autoimmune disease or a past family history of hypothyroidism, treated with anti-thyroid medications or radioactive iodine can develop Hypothyroidism more than the others.

Do's With Usage of PAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Rest and Destress as high stress is a direct cause of low progesterone
  • Keep a check on your weight
  • Eating small and frequent meals helps in managing Premenstrual Syndrome    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Haemophilia

  • Maintain a healthy weight. Obesity or being overweight can worsen complications associated with haemophilia, especially secondary osteoarthritis due to recurrent intra-articular bleeds.

  • Moderate exercise to strengthen muscles and tissues around joints and ligaments is good for maintaining health but should be done cautiously, and biokinetics or physiotherapists should work out the exercise program.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Hypothyroidism

Maintain the following steps along with your medication:

  • Increase the metabolic rate: Do mild to moderate exercises to enhance your metabolic rate and mood.
  • Yoga Therapy: Yoga and meditation therapy help to increase tissue sensitivity associated with thyroid hormone.
  • Monitoring: One should keep a track of thyroid level hence one should consider going for regular check-ups.
  • Positive attitude: Always keep up a positive attitude; it will be helpful in your Hypothyroidism treatment.

Dont's With Usage Of PAUSE XT TABLET

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

  • Don’t over exercise    

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Haemophilia

  • Be cautious before using any herbal medicine or supplement, as they often influence coagulation of blood (thinning or thickening blood)
  • Anti-inflammatory medications should be avoided due to their platelet inhibiting ability. This includes NSAIDs such as Aspirin and Ibuprofen.
  • Contact sports should be avoided due to the increased risk of bleeding into tissues.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Hypothyroidism

Try to avoid the following:

  • Do not smoke: Try to avoid or quit smoking as the chemicals associated with smoking can harm the functionalities of the thyroid gland.
  • Do not take stress: Stress is responsible for Cortisol hormone imbalance and that is one of the main reasons of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia (Blood sugar imbalance). It can cause many symptoms of hypothyroidism. So, don’t take too much stress.

PAUSE XT TABLET has the following salts in its composition

 1) Tranexamic Acid 2) Tribasic Calcium Phosphate 3) Menadione 4) Citrus Bioflavonoid

Pls spare a minute to answer 4 questions for this section and unlock the results.

Q1) Is this medicine effective?