MANIX is a clinically proven combination of indigenous medicines in the treatment of male infertility. The main constituents of MANIX are known to be beneficial in improving reproduction and maturation of sperms.
No. MANIX capsule is a polyherbal formulation. The constituents of MANIX are well known in Ayurvedic system of medicine and are being used since years together.
MANIX is generally well tolerated; experimental and clinical studies on MANIX capsule have not shown any significant adverse effects. Some adverse effects like gastrointestinal discomfort or rashes can occur.
MANIX capsules can be taken in a recommended dose till you get desirable effects. But it is advised not to continue it for more than 3 months. Give a break for a week or two & then one may continue with the MANIX administration further.
Yes, provided it is not taken simultaneously; rather keep a gap of minimum of 3 hours between these two medications. Per say no clinical studies have been undertaken to confirm the outcome.
Yes. Although it will be preferred to take MANIX capsules along with milk.
Nothing will go wrong! You can continue your schedule of MANIX capsule with the next dose being taken as normally would. Yet it is not advisable to miss out any dose, since continuity of intake will be able to demonstrate better and faster desirable results.
MANIX therapy targets towards normalization of hormonal levels. Thus it requires more time than some of the temporary relief drugs (for e.g. those used in erectile dysfunction). Usually the treatment starts showing up its effect after 4-6 weeks of administration in recommended dose.
MANIX can be useful in erectile dysfunction but scientifically planned studies are lacking to validate the effectiveness. MANIX can be used as an add-on therapy with other treatment modalities for erectile dysfunction.
Use MANIX with caution and under medical supervision in case you have an allergic disorder.
MANIX can be useful in retrograde ejaculation but scientifically planned studies are lacking to validate the effectiveness. MANIX can be used as an add-on therapy with other treatment modalities for retrograde ejaculation.
MANIX is a combination of ingredients targeting normalization of male reproductive functions. As such MANIX should not be used for female infertility. FEMIX is the similar ayurvedic product meant for female infertility. Consult your doctor for treatment of female infertility.
Yes. MANIX can be used as an add-on therapy with other treatment modalities for erectile dysfunction including sildenafil. Scientifically planned studies are lacking to validate the effectiveness of this add-on therapy with MANIX.
Consult your physician in case of development of skin reaction while on MANIX capsules. The doctor will decide upon whether the case is related to MANIX and treat accordingly.
Yes. MANIX has been scientifically studied in patients of male infertility and found to be safe and effective in the recommended dose.
Yes. MANIX can be used to increase libido as it acts on the hormonal and neurotransmitter levels which is responsible for the aphrodisiac action proven for the components of MANIX.
MANIX rejuvenates the male reproductive system thus improving the male sexual performance. As such MANIX capsules can be consumed to improve sexual performance even in absence of infertility problem.
Yes. Please keep a gap of 3 hours between the doses of MANIX and other medication consumption.
Yes. MANIX can be given along with the hormonal treatments for infertility if taken under medical supervision. Scientifically planned studies are lacking to validate the effectiveness of this add-on therapy with MANIX.
Consult your doctor. The treating physician will decide upon the further management after looking for the probable cause of ineffectiveness. If required, he may extend the treatment with MANIX for another month or two.
No. There is no list of food items to be avoided while on MANIX treatment. The food items to be avoided with regard to presence of other conditions like obesity, diabetes or heart disease, should be refrained from in these conditions while on MANIX therapy.
There is no reported case of overdose of MANIX. In case of such accidental overdose immediately consult with the doctor. Symptomatic treatment may be required.
MANIX capsule can cause some gastric irritation similar to any other orally consumed drug. There are no cases of gastric irritation reported in clinical studies conducted on MANIX.
It is advisable to stop the MANIX administration in case of gastrointestinal infections/loose motions/vomiting. Resume the MANIX treatment 1 week after control of these conditions.