In the process of treatment of dysbacteriosis, an important role is played by the use of medicines, which contain food enzymes. The most common are Creon, Pancreatin and Mezim. These drugs restore the pancreas, normalize the motor activity of the gastrointestinal tract, and also relieve the painful sensations that accompany dysbiosis.
This drug has proven itself only on the positive side. Pancreatin, which is the main active ingredient of Creon, provides normalization of the processes underlying digestion, restores intestinal absorption, and also relieves such symptoms of dysbacteriosis as a feeling of heaviness in the stomach, stool, excessive gasification( bloating) and belching. The balanced composition of the drug has a beneficial effect on the assimilation of substances that enter the body with food.
The appointment of Creon for dysbacteriosis is based on the studies conducted and careful examination of the patient. The variety of release forms with an excellent amount of the main active substance allows the most accurate selection of dosage.
Taking Creon with dysbacteriosis, it is necessary to give due attention to the observance of the drinking regimen, since the intake of insufficient amounts of liquids in the body may lead to the development of constipation. Contraindication to taking the drug is the individual intolerance of the constituent components. Careful monitoring requires a course of taking medication by children.
Pancreatin with dysbacteriosis
This preparation is one of the analogues of Creon so the effect from their reception is almost the same. Pancreatin includes auxiliary substances such as sodium chloride, talc, magnesium stearate and microcrystalline cellulose.
The drug intake promotes the cleavage of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, thereby significantly reducing the vivid symptomatology of dysbiosis. The drug is available in the form of tablets, which have a special shell. Thanks to it, after getting the tablet into the stomach, enzymes do not break down under the influence of gastric juice.
For increased effectiveness, it should be taken with food or after eating, and it is necessary to drink tablets with a lot of liquids.
In most cases, in the treatment of dysbacteriosis Pancreatin is prescribed in a dosage of 1 to 4 tablets at each meal. During periods of exacerbation the norm can be increased, but only on the recommendation of the attending physician.
Pancreatin can be taken both for the treatment of dysbacteriosis, and for several years to maintain the body.
Mezim for dysbacteriosis
This drug belongs to enzymatic drugs, its reception contributes to the normalization of digestive processes and the work of the gastrointestinal tract as a whole. Mezim tablets also do not dissolve in acidic medium, their activation occurs only after direct exposure to the cavity of the duodenum.
The drug enhances the processes of nutrient breakdown, and also inhibits the secretion of the pancreas. In addition, taking Mezima with a dysbacteriosis provides a reduction in painful sensations and relieves inflammation of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract.
The maximum effect is observed after 30-45 minutes after oral administration of the tablet. Dosage of the drug and the duration of treatment for dysbacteriosis is determined by a specialist, taking into account the activity of the pancreas.
Mezima is not recommended for acute or chronic pancreatitis.
Currently, there are many analogues of Creon and many believe that they have a similar effect on the body. In fact, in the treatment of dysbacteriosis, it is still recommended to give preference to him, since it maintains the exact ratio of the main active ingredient and the auxiliary components. This explains the high efficiency of Creon in the treatment of the disease in question.