Fybogel Fibre Chews

£10.99£17.26

  • Citrus flavoured chewable tablets
  • Helps relieve constipation and maintain regularity
  • Uses the ingredient Fibersol -2 (a type of fibre)

Fybogel Fibre Chews are tasty citrus flavoured chewable tablets that help to relieve constipation and maintain regularity. The tablets are easy to take and can be chewed or allowed to dissolve in the mouth.

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  • Fybogel Fibre Chews

    Fybogel Fibre Chews are tasty citrus flavoured chewable tablets that help to relieve constipation and maintain regularity. The tablets are easy to take and can be chewed or allowed to dissolve in the mouth. Fibre Chews tablets are suitable for over 12+ years, and come in a convenient on-the-go tablet format. Fibre Chews work naturally with the body, and uses the ingredient Fibersol -2 (a type of fibre) to help get you back to regularity for constipation. It works by retaining water in the stool, and may also help to bulk-up stools, making them easier to pass.

    How to use

    Adults and children over 12 years of age: 3 tablets in the morning, and 3 tablets in the evening: to a total of 6 tablets per day. The tablets should be chewed or allowed to dissolve in mouth and therefore swallowed. After taking the tablets it is possible to drink water or other drinks (e.g. fruit juice). Please do not take more than 6 tablets a day.

    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. Constipation is an occasional problem for some people. For others, it may happen more often. It happens when the normal muscle actions in the bowel (large intestine) slow down. This can mean that material is not easily eliminated from the body. The cause of constipation is often not known. It can be associated with:
    • Sudden change of diet
    • A diet with not enough fibre
    • Not drinking enough fluids
    • Loss of ‘tone’ of the bowel muscles in older people
    • Pregnancy
    • Medicines such as morphine or codeine
    • Having to stay in bed for a long time
    • Lack of exercise
    Whatever the cause, constipation can be uncomfortable. It may make you feel bloated and heavy or generally “off colour”. Sometimes it causes headaches. It is recommended to use changes in diet and bulk forming medicines to control constipation before using this medicine. These healthy tips are recommended to try to prevent constipation happening:
    • Eat a balanced diet including fresh fruit and vegetables
    • Drink enough water so that you do not become dehydrated
    • Keep up your exercise and stay fit
    Make time to empty your bowels when your body tells you