Dulcolax Laxative Tablets, 100.

£6.29£11.99

Do you suffer from bloating and constipation? Dulcolax Laxative Tablets contain a laxative known as  Bisacodyl This tablets gently stimulate the muscles of the bowel (large intestine).

Dulcolax brings predictable, overnight relief from constipation. So that, after treatment, your body returns to it’s natural rhythm.

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What are Dulcolax Laxative Tablets  used for ?

Do you suffer from bloating and constipation? Dulcolax Laxative Tablets contain a laxative known as  Bisacodyl This tablets gently stimulate the muscles of the bowel (large intestine).

Dulcolax brings predictable, overnight relief from constipation. So that, after treatment, your body returns to it’s natural rhythm.

What is constipation?

Normal and regular bowel movement is important for most people. However, what is “normal and regular” varies from person to person. Some may have a bowel movement every day, others less often. Whatever it is like for you, it is best that your bowel movement has a regular pattern.

You may get constipation if the normal muscle action of the bowel slows down. Lack of fiber is a common cause of constipation.In addition lack of exercise and having to stay in bed for along time is also a factor.

Constipation can make you feel boated or generally off colour.

How do you use Dulcolax tablets?

Adults and children over 10 years: 1 to 2 coated tablets (5-10 mg) daily before bedtime.

 

Ducolax treatment for constipation

Use vitamins and supplements to help during times of illness.

See our full allergy treatment range here.

Read more about allergies.

Like all medicines, Dulcolax can cause side
effects, although not everybody gets them. The following
side effects may happen with this medicine:
Isolated events (some side effects are so rare that it is
not known how many people may be affected)
• Syncope (feeling faint)
• Allergic reaction
• Skin reactions (rash, itching)
If you have a severe allergic reaction, stop taking this
medicine and see a doctor straight away. The signs may
include: a rash, swelling of your skin, mouth and face
which may cause swallowing or breathing problems.
Very common side effects (affects 1 in 10 people or
more)
• Diarrhoea
Common side effects (affects less than 1 in 10 people)
• Abdominal discomfort, cramps or pain
Uncommon side effects (affects less than 1 in 100
people)
• Nausea
• Vomiting
• Dizziness

Click here For the patient information leaflet