Generic Equivalent of Syntocinon Injection

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeOxytocin10 IU/ml$114.99

Syntocinon Injection Information

How And Where To Buy Syntocinon Injection Online? offers the generic Oxytocin at a reasonable price with a valid prescription from your doctor. Other medications for Women's Health are also available at a significant discount through our Canadian Pharmacy. With free shipping to your door, Canadian Pharmacy World provides you with convenient and trustworthy access to your healthcare needs at a fraction of the cost. You can place your order online, by mail, fax, or by calling 1866-485-7979 toll-free

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand Syntocinon Injection?

The generic Syntocinon Injection comes from Canada.

What Dosages and Forms is Syntocinon Injection Available in?

Syntocinon Injection is available in the strength of 10 IU/ml (5 x 5 ml) Ampoules.

What is Syntocinon Injection Used for?

Syntocinon Injection (Oxytocin) is a prescription medicine used to initiate (or improve) uterine contraction during labor. It can also be used immediately after delivery to prevent excessive bleeding. The active ingredient in Syntocinon injection is Oxytocin. Oxytocin belongs to the class of medication called oxytocic (uterotonic). Syntocinon is a man-made chemical identical to a natural hormone called Oxytocin. It works by stimulating the uterus (womb) muscles to produce rhythmic contractions. As a result, these increased uterine contractions help in the delivery of the child.

What are the Possible Side Effects of Syntocinon Injection?

If you experience any of the following common side effects, contact your doctor or pharmacist immediately:
• Abnormal clotting or bleeding;
• Abnormally fast heart rate (tachycardia);
• Abnormally low heart rate (bradycardia);
• Difficulty breathing (dyspnea);
• Dizziness, lightheadedness, or faintness;
• Excessive or continuous contractions;
• Fetal hypoxia;
• Feeling drowsy and lethargic;
• Headache;
• Nausea and vomiting;
• Neonatal jaundice;
• Pain in the abdomen that is different from labor pains

This is not a complete list of the adverse effect of Syntocinon Injection (Oxytocin). Kindly reach out to your doctor or pharmacist if any of the above-listed side effects last longer than usual or gets worse.

Are there any Precautions and Drug Interactions for Syntocinon Injection?

Tell your doctor and pharmacist if you are allergic to Oxytocin, any other medications, or any ingredients in oxytocin injection. Your doctor will examine you to know if you can take this injection. Do not self-administer this medication. If you ever had uterine surgery, cesarean, or premature labor, please inform your doctor before taking Syntocinon Injection to avoid any complications. It is given intravenously (into a vein) by a doctor in a hospital setting. If Syntocinon is needed at delivery or to prevent excessive bleeding, it can also be given intramuscularly (into a muscle) or by slow intravenous injection directly into a vein. If you think that the effect of Syntocinon is too strong or too weak, tell your doctor or midwife. While you are receiving Syntocinon, both you and your baby will be closely monitored from time to time.

Your doctor may not give you Syntocinon injection to initiate contraction during labor if you have any of the following:
• Fetal distress where delivery is not imminent;
• Genital herpes;
• Hypertonic uterine patterns;
• Hypersensitive to the Oxytocin;
• Obstetric conditions where vaginal delivery is contraindicated, such as cord presentation or prolapse, total placental previa, and vasa previa;
• Prolonged use in uterine inertia or severe toxemia;
• Significant cephalopelvic disproportion;
• Unfavorable fetal positions (transverse lies)

Before you receive Syntocinon injection during labor (childbirth) tell your doctor or midwife if you have or had:
• A previous cesarean section;
• High blood pressure (hypertensive);
• Kidney problems, as Syntocinon can cause water retention;
• Liver problems;
• Your pregnancy is more than 40 weeks old;
• Your womb was contracting strongly but has now begun to contract less strongly

Based on a wide experience of use and the nature of this medicine, it is not expected that Syntocinon would be a risk to your baby when used correctly. Syntocinon may be found in small amounts in breast milk but is not likely to have harmful effects because your baby's digestive system quickly inactivates it. We encourage you to discuss your fear with your doctor if you have any.

Tell your doctor about all the medications you use, including prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, herbal products, and vitamin supplements to prevent drug interactions, which might be fatal to your health. This drug interaction may make your drug less effective, cause adverse effects, or potentiate other drugs' action. There may be a drug interaction between Syntocinon Injection (Oxytocin) and other drugs such as:
• Anesthetics medications such as halothane, cyclopropane, sevoflurane or desflurane) as these may weaken your contractions or cause problems with your heartbeat;
• Fexinidazole;
• Lefamulin;
• Mefloquine;
• Misoprostol

Syntocinon Injection Storage and Safety Information

The hospital pharmacy will store this medicine in a refrigerator between 2 to 8 °C and make sure that it is not used after the expiry date on the pack. Keep this medicine out of sight and reach of children.

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