Buscopan Cramps Tablets, 20.

£4.75£10.99

Do you suffer from stomach cramps or irritable bowel syndrome? To treat this Buscopan cramps tablets contain hyoscine butylbromide, an antispasmodic. In particular, this substance relieves stomach and bowel cramps. It works by relaxing the cramping muscles.

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Product Description

What are Buscopan Cramps Tablets used for ?

Do you suffer from stomach cramps or irritable bowel syndrome? To treat this Buscopan tablets contain hyoscine butylbromide, an antispasmodic. In particular, this substance relieves stomach and bowel cramps. It works by relaxing the cramping muscles.

How do you use Buscopan Cramps Tablets?

Always take this medicine exactly as your pharmacist or doctor has told you. You should check with them if you are not sure. BUSCOPAN CRAMPS should not be taken continuously for more than two weeks. Additionally, talk to your pharmacist or doctor if you develop new symptoms or if your symptoms get worse or have not improved over two weeks.

Taking this medicine
Swallow the tablet whole with water and do not crush or chew the tablet

Use vitamins and supplements to help during times of illness.

See our full allergy treatment range here.

Read more about allergies.

Side Effects

Like all medicines, BUSCOPAN CRAMPS can
cause side effects in some people. The
following side effects may happen with this
medicine:
Mild side effects that do not normally require
medical treatment:
Uncommon – affects fewer than 1 in 100 people
• Dry mouth
• Dyshidrosis (outbreaks of sweat and
dryness of skin)
If any of these side effects get troublesome or
seem serious to you please tell your
pharmacist or doctor.
If you get any of the side effects described
below stop taking this medicine and tell your
doctor straight away. You may need urgent
medical treatment:
Uncommon – affects fewer than 1 in 100 people
• Skin reactions such as urticaria and pruritus
(itching)
• Tachycardia (increased heart rate)
Rare – affects fewer than 1 in 1,000 people
• Problems emptying the bladder
Isolated events – some side effects are so rare
that it is not known how many people may be
affected
• Anaphylactic reaction and shock – this is a
severe type of allergic reaction. An itchy
rash may spread all over the body, as well as
swelling. You may have difficulty in
breathing and may lose consciousness
• Dyspnoea (difficult or laboured breathing)
• Allergic reactions (hypersensitivity) such as
skin rash and erythema (patchy red skin)
• If you experience a painful red eye with loss
of vision after taking this medicine, stop
taking it and tell your doctor straight away.
You may have an eye problem called
glaucoma and need urgent medical attention

Further Information

Click here For the patient information leaflet