Buy Pexion tablets for Pets Online in the UK
This medication requires a prescription. Before we can deliver this medicine, you must send a prescription written by your veterinary practice in the post to us. Our address is: Unit 7 Apollo Business Park Ironstone Lane, Wroxton Banbury, Oxon, United Kingdom, OX15 6AY
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Following a careful review of all available treatment alternatives, Pexion 400mg Tablets are used to decrease the frequency of generalised seizures caused by idiopathic epilepsy in pets.
Pexion can also be used to lessen the dread and anxiety brought on by noise phobia.
Imepitoin, the active ingredient in Pexion, is a medication that treats anxiety and epilepsy. The brain's excessive electrical activity is what causes epilepsy. The neurotransmitter GABA, which lessens electrical activity in the brain, has receptors that are partially activated by Imipitoin. Chemicals called neurotransmitters enable communication between nerve cells. Examples include GABA. Imepitoin boosts GABA's actions and aids in the prevention of seizures by activating its receptors. Additionally, imepitoin has a slight blocking effect on calcium channels. These are pores that allow calcium to enter the nerve cells, enabling the transmission of electrical impulses between nerve cells. This might also aid in seizure management. Imepitoin's impact on GABA receptors lessens fear and nervousness as well.
The active component in this medication is Imepitoin 400mg.
There are 100 tablets in this box.
Always follow the instructions given by your vet.
For precise dosing, Pexion pills can be cut into equal halves and taken with or without meals.
The most frequent side effects of Pexion for epilepsy (which may affect more than 1 in 10 dogs) include drowsiness, impossibility to coordinate muscular movements (ataxia), vomiting, and excessive eating. These negative effects are usually minor and transient.
The most frequent adverse effects of Pexion for noise phobia include short-lived ataxia, increased hunger, and lethargy (lack of energy), which may affect more than 1 in 10 dogs.