T-Let AM Tablet

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Composition T-Let AM Tablet

L- Histidine Hydrochloride and Thiamine Mononitrate.


Store at room temperature, keep away from direct sunlight and moisture.

Product Info:

T-let AM is a medicine with combination of two active ingredients namely l-histidine hydrochloride and thiamine mononitrate to treat vitamin B1 (Thiamine) deficiency.

The product comes in tablet form which can be swallowed or dissolved directly into the mouth as per doctor’s advice/prescription.

Uses & Benefits:

Some of the uses of the medicine include treating a severe lack of dietary Vitamin B1, managing deficiency related to malabsorption or excessive excretionof Vitamin B1,

relieving signs & symptoms associated with nutritional neuropathies due to lack of dietary vitamin B1 like chronic pain, loss of sensation, neuralgia etc. Some benefits include gradual improvement in energy levels as well as decrease in tingling and numbness.

Side Effects:

As with every other medication, some rare side effects might appear such as stomach ache, nausea, increased sweating etc. In case you experience any prolonged and severe symptoms then consult your doctor immediately.

How It Works:

T-let AM tablet works by replenishing the level of Vitamin B1 in the body thus replacing its need from diet in order to restore normal functioning of cells responsible for transmission of nerve impulses thus helping reduce pain & discomfort caused due to nerve diseases.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: Is it safe to take T-let AM tablets?

A1: Yes it is considered safe when taken under physician’s recommendations but should be avoided if pregnant/breastfeeding or have any medical conditions/allergies without consulting a doctor first.

Q2: Can I drink alcohol while taking this medication?

A2: Alcohol should not be consumed during treatment with this or any other medication as it can lead to serious reactions so it is best avoided until further instructions are provided by your healthcare provider