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Background and Date of Approval

The U.S. FDA-approved Immunoglobulin G + Zinc citrate for gastric problems. It belongs to the medication class known as Immunizing agents. 

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Immunoglobulin G+ Zinc citrate contains immune response components that help the body against infectious pathogens. The immunoglobulin in this sachet serves as a barrier to the microbe by neutralizing allergic and infectious substances that help in lowering gastrointestinal inflammation. It reduces E.coli activity in the intestine without affecting the normal composition of gut bacteria.

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It is used to treat gastric problems induced by Escherichia coli infection, such as diarrhea. Infections with E.coli are common in children and travelers who visit high-risk areas. Exposure to E.coli strains also reduces the incidence of diarrhea and urinary tract infections. 

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Use Immunoglobulin G+ Zinc citrate as recommended by your physician. Your doctor will decide the dose and frequency based on your disease condition and other factors. Do not take more than recommended.

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Do not consume this medicine if you are allergic to Immunoglobulin G + Zinc citrate and its other ingredients. Do not consumes this alcohol while taking this medicine. Avoid driving and operating tools because they might make you feel drowsy, dizzy, or tired.


Notify your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to get pregnant, or think you may be pregnant or breastfeeding. Inform your doctor about all the pre-existing medical conditions before consuming this medicine. 

Side Effects

Side effects are unwanted symptoms caused by medicines. Even though all medications cause side effects, not everyone gets them. Immunoglobulin G+ Zinc citrate is typically safe to take and has no known adverse effects. However, if you have any uncommon symptoms, seek medical advice from your doctor. 

Word Of Advice

It is suggested to inform your doctor if you have a history of allergic reactions to Immunoglobulin G+ Zinc citrate and its ingredients to avoid life-threatening complications. Do not stop the medicine until your doctor advises. Do not double-dose the medicine to make up for a forgotten dose.  

Notify if you are pregnant or breastfeeding while taking Immunoglobulin G+ Zinc citrate. Notify your doctor if you experience any serious side effects. Your medical professional will inform you if you need any dose adjustments. Contact your doctor for more information.

Frequently Asked Question


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  2. W. Otto et al., Randomized control trials using a tablet formulation of hyperimmune bovine colostrum to prevent diarrhea caused by enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli in volunteers; [Published on Mar 2011], [Accessed on  02nd June 2023];
  3. Ulfman et al., Effects of Bovine Immunoglobulins on Immune Function, Allergy, and Infection, [Published on Aug 2018], Accessed on [02nd June 2023 ];
  4. Penny, Zinc Supplementation in Public Health, [Published on May 2013]; [Accessed on 02nd June 2023];
  5. S. Larcombe et al., Hyperimmune bovine colostrum reduces gastrointestinal carriage of uropathogenic Escherichia coli; [Published on Oct 2018]; [Accessed on 02nd June 2023];


The drug information on this page is not a substitute for medical advice. It is meant for educational purposes only. For further details, consult your doctor about your medical condition to know if you are eligible to receive this treatment.