Main information

  • Trade name:
  • Nerbons Tablet
  • Medicine domain:
  • Humans
  • Medicine type:
  • Allopathic drug



  • Available in:
  • Nerbons Tablet
  • Language:
  • English


  • Source:
  • NPRA - National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency - Bahagian Regulatori Farmasi Negara
  • Authorization number:
  • MAL07101317
  • Last update:
  • 28-05-2018

Patient Information leaflet: composition, indications, side effects, dosage, interactions, adverse reactions, pregnancy, lactation

Consumer Medication Information Leaflet(RiMUP)


Thiamine mononitrate/pyridoxine hydrochloride/cyanocobalamine (100mg/200mg/200


What is in this leaflet

1. What Nerbons is used for

2. How Nerbons works

3. Before you use Nerbons

4. How to use Nerbons

5. While you are using it

6. Side effects

7. Storage and Disposal of Nerbons

8. Product description

9. Manufacturer and Product Registration


10.Date of revision

What Nerbons is used for

It is used to treat vitamin B1, B6 and B12

deficiencies, inflammation of the nerves and

in conditions requiring increased intake.

How Nerbons works

Thiamine is associated with carbohydrate

metabolism. Thiamine deficiency results in

tiredness, loss of appetite, gastrointestinal

disturbances, increased heart rate and

irritability. Pyridoxine and cyanocobalamin

are used in protein, carbohydrate and fat


Before you use Nerbons

- When you must not use it

Do not take Nerbons:

- if allergic to any ingredients in the tablet.

- if there is high calcium or magnesium in

the blood, inflammation in the kidney and

blood disorders.

- in Leber’s disease because degradation of

nerve for vision will occur.

- in breastfeeding mothers.

- Before you start to use it

Inform the doctor or pharmacist if you

have degeneration of the nerves. Exposure

to large doses of pyridoxine in uterus may

result in a pyridoxine dependency in the

newborn. Large doses may interfere with

metabolism of other vitamin B and cause

symptoms of other deficiencies if you are


- Taking other medicines

Tell your doctor if you are taking:

- antibiotic (chloramphenicol, isoniazide,

penicillamine, ethionamide, cycloserine)

- hydralazine (for high blood pressure)

- immunosuppressants (for cancer)

- levodopa (for Parkinson)

How to use Nerbons

- How much to use

Adult, 1 tablet daily, or as directed by

doctor. Follow all directions given by

your doctor and pharmacist carefully.

They may differ from information in this

leaflet.on the label. If you do not

understand the instructions, ask your

doctor or pharmacist for help.

- When to use it

Use as directed by your doctor or


- How long to use it

Continue taking Nerbons for as long as

your doctor recommends.

- If you forget to use it

Consult your doctor or pharmacist on

what you should do if you forget to use it.

Take the missed dose as soon as you

remember. If it is almost time for your

next dose, wait until then to take the

medicine and skip the missed dose. Do

not take a double dose to make up for

the missed dose.

- If you use too much (overdose)

Contact your doctor immediately or go

to the Emergency Department of your

nearest hospital, if you think you or

anyone else may have taken too much

of this medicine. Do this even if there

are no signs of discomfort or poisoning.

You may need urgent medical attention.

While you are using Nerbons

- Things you must do

Take your medicine exactly as your

doctor has told you.

Tell the doctor, dentist and pharmacist

treating you that you are taking Nerbons.

Tell your doctor immediately if you are

pregnant while taking this medication.

- Things you must not do

Do not stop taking the medicine unless

advised by your doctor.

Do not take any new medicines without

consulting your doctor or pharmacist.

Do not give Nerbons to anyone else,

even if they have the same symptoms

or condition as you.

- Things to be careful of

Large doses are not recommended

without doctor’s advice.

Side effects

Generally, Nerbons is well tolerated. This

product should not be given before a

doctor’s diagnosis is fully established

because of the possibility of masking

symptoms of degeneration of the spinal cord.

Cyanocobalamine in Nerbons is not a

suitable treatment for degradation of nerve

for vision associated with high

cyanocobalamine level in the blood.

You may report any side effects or adverse

drug reactions directly to the National

Centre for Adverse Drug Reaction

Monitoring by calling Tel: 03-78835550,

visiting the website


Reporting Medicinal Problems /

Side Effects / AEFI / Vaccine Safety).

Storage and Disposal of Nerbons

- Storage

Store in cool, dry place below 30

Protect from light.

Keep out of reach of children.

- Disposal

Medicines should not be disposed of via

wastewater or household waste. Ask your

pharmacist how to dispose of medicines no

longer required.

Product description

- What it looks like

White, biconvex, film-coated tablet.

- Ingredients

- Active ingredients: thiamine mononitrate,

pyridoxine hydrochloride and


- Inactive ingredients: lactose monohydrate,

cornstarch, polyvinylpyrrolidone,

magnesium stearate, hydroxypropyl

methyl cellulose, deionised water, talc,

titanium dioxide, carbowax 6000,

simethicone 70460. aerosil 200 and

denatured alcohol.

- MAL number:


Manufacturer and Product Registration


Prime Pharmaceutical Sdn. Bhd.

1505, Lorong Perusahaan Utama 1

Taman Perindustrian Bukit Tengah

14000 Bukit Mertajam, Penang, Malaysia.

Date of revision


Serial number