Fybogel Hi-Fibre Sachets

£3.19£6.99

  • Gently Relieves Constipation
  • Active Ingredient: Ispaghula Husk
  • Maintains Regularity Of Bowel Movements
  • Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy
  • Includes Free Prescription

Constipation is when a person doesn’t have regular bowel movements (or struggles to poo), which can leave them feeling uncomfortable and bloated. One of the main causes of constipation is a lack of fibre in the diet. Fybogel Hi-Fibre is a natural fibre drink containing the active ingredient Ispaghula Husk and belongs to a group of drugs called bulk-forming laxatives. This constipation medication helps to regulate bowel function by attracting water into your stools to make them softer and easier to pass. Within 3 days of taking your first dose of Fybogel Hi-Fibre you should be able to pass a bowel movement (or have a poo), giving you much welcomed relief from constipation symptoms.

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    Fybogel Hi-Fibre Sachets

    Buy Fybogel Hi-Fibre Sachets Online

    My Pharmacy Is The Best Place To Buy Fybogel Hi-Fibre Sachets In 2021. To Buy Fybogel Hi-Fibre Sachets In The UK you are required to have a prescription, which you can acquire with our free online consultation service.

    Buy Fybogel Hi-Fibre Sachets UK Next Day Delivery

    Through My Pharmacy You Can Buy Fybogel Hi-Fibre Sachets Online UK. Each treatment is sent out in secure and discreet packaging ensuring that you get your medicine on time and intact.

    Fybogel Sachets

    Fybogel sachets contains the active ingredient Ispaghula Husk. By using Fybogel Sachets you can easily increase the fibre in your diet which will then help relieve your constipation naturally. Fybogel sachets can be used either whenever you need to relieve constipation, including in pregnancy and breastfeeding. Fybogel can also be used to help maintain normal function of the bowel if you suffer from piles.

    You may be suffering from constipation and benefit from using Fybogel Hi Fibre Orange 30 Sachets if you have the following symptoms:

    • You have not had a poo at least 3 times during the last week
    • The stool is often large and dry, hard or lumpy
    • You are straining or in pain when you go for a poo

    See more information on constipation on the NHS website.

    Fybogel Hi Fibre Orange 30 Sachets

    Fybogel Hi Fibre Orange 30 Sachets are usually safe for the majority of people but there is a small amount of people who should not take them.

    Do not take Fybogel Hi Fibre Orange 30 Sachets if:

    • You are allergic to Ispaghula husk or any of the other ingredients
    • You have a sudden change in bowel habit that has persisted for more than two weeks
    • You are suffering from a blockage of the bowel
    • Have a weakness of the bowel wall
    • The speed in which material moves through your gut has always been slow
    • You have difficulty in swallowing or any throat problems

    Speak to your doctor before using Fybogel Orange Sachets if:

    • You have phenylketonuria
    • You are suffering from undiagnosed rectal bleeding and unable to pass stools
    • Your symptoms worsen or do not improve after 3 days
    • If stomach pain occurs or in cases of a sudden change in bowel habit

    Fybogel Mebeverine Sachets

    Fybogel Mebeverine sachets are a medicine used for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). A lot of people suffer with abdominal pains, bloating, and other bowel upsets such as diarrhoea or constipation. The symptoms usually come and go and can be very distressing at times.

    To view more information on Fybogel Mebeverine Sachets you can do so here in the Fybogel Mebeverine Sachets patient information leaflet.

    Boots Fybogel Sachets

    Whilst Fybogel Mebeverine Sachets are available from other commercial stores Boots Fybogel Sachets, most of those will require you to bring in your prescription before you can order the medicine.

    My Pharmacy offers a free online consultation as well as free shipping on orders over £40 with next delivery options also available. From My Pharmacy you can purchase your prescription treatments online without ever having to leave your home, making it much easier for people to get the vital treatments they need safely and promptly.

    Unlike Boots Fybogel Sachets, My Pharmacy has an expert team of pharmacy professionals available to help via email, online chat and telephone should you have any questions regarding your current prescription or treatment. Our team will also be able to advise on any alternative treatments should the one you’re looking for not be available.

    As an independent pharmacy, My Pharmacy is able to get the best prices for both generic and brand name treatments. When compared to other retailers such Fybogel Sachets Boots, My Pharmacy can be as much as 50% cheaper to buy the same products.

    Fybogel Orange Sachets

    Whilst taking Fybogel Orange Sachets there are other things that you can do at home to help relieve your constipation, these include:

    • Drinking plenty of fluids and avoiding alcohol
    • Increasing your fibre intake using Fybogel Orange Sachets
    • Improving your toilet routine
    • Do not delay if you feel the urge to go
    • Increasing your daily activity
    • A daily run or walk can help you go

    Fybogel 30 Sachets

    Fybogel 30 Sachets should be stored correctly so that when you come to use them again, they are safe to do so. When storing Fybogel 30 Sachets you should:

    • Keep this medicine out of the sight and reach of children
    • Store below 30°C in a dry place
    • Do not use after the expiry date

    Returning any unused Fybogel 30 Sachets to your local pharmacy can help protect yourself, others and the environment.

    Fybogel Lemon 30 Sachets

    You should always read the label before taking Fybogel Lemon 30 Sachets and follow the instructions carefully.

    Take special care while using Fybogel Lemon 30 Sachets or Fybogel Orange Sachets:

    • If you are a healthcare worker or care giver as allergic sensitisation may occur due to inhalation
    • If not taken with enough liquid, can cause chest pain, vomiting or difficulty swallowing
    • Elderly and weak patients may require medical supervision

    You should not take Fybogel Lemon 30 Sachets at the same time as:

    • Insulin – if you are diabetic and use insulin, you may need to reduce your dose of insulin if you take Fybogel Hi-Fibre Orange with meals
    • Medicines for thyroid problems – your doctor may need to change the dose of the thyroid hormones you are taking

    What Is In Fybogel Sachets

    Before using Fybogel Orange 60 Sachets you should check What Is In Fybogel Sachets and make sure you are not sensitive to any of the ingredients.

    The active Fybogel Orange 60 Sachets ingredient is:

    • Ispaghula Husk

    The Fybogel Orange 60 Sachets other ingredients are:

    • Potassium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, riboflavine sodium phosphate, beta-carotene, aspartame (E951), orange flavour, saccharin sodium, polysorbate 80 and silica colloidal anhydrous

    If you require any more on What Is In Fybogel Sachets please feel free to contact us via the email address below.

    Fybogel Hi Fibre Sachets

    The Fybogel Hi Fibre Sachets recommended dose should be followed at all times unless otherwise stated by a healthcare professional.

    The recommended Fybogel Hi Fibre Sachets dose for Adults and children over 12 years:

    • Take one sachet in the morning and one in the evening, preferably after meals

    The recommended Fybogel Hi Fibre Sachets for children age 6 to 12 years:

    • Take half to one level 5 ml spoonful depending on size and age, morning and evening, preferably after meals

    Please note Fybogel sachets should not be given to anyone under the age of six unless prescribed by their doctor.

    Fybogel Sachets Boots

    Whether you buy your Fybogel Sachets Boots or from anywhere else, you should always make sure you obtain it from a registered and trusted pharmacy.

    Any online pharmacy should be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council and any online doctor service should registered with the Care Quality Commission and General Medical Council.

    If you are ever unsure you should contact the company for proof.

    Fybogel Sachets Side Effects

    Fybogel Sachets Side Effects can occur but that does not mean everybody will get them. If the following Fybogel Sachets Side Effects occur, you should stop using Fybogel Hi Fibre Sachets and contact your doctor immediately:

    • Difficulty in breathing
    • Wheezing or coughing
    • Skin rash
    • Itching
    • Allergic reaction
    • Red or itchy eyes
    • Runny or blocked nose

    Due to the high fibre in Fybogel 30 Sachets you may experience wind or bloating in the first few days of taking it, this should lessen as you continue to use it.

    A full list of Fybogel Sachets Side Effects can be viewed here in the patient information leaflet.

    Calories Fybogel Sachet

    Calories Fybogel Sachet questions are frequently asked between customers and healthcare professional, so let’s have a look at how many each Calories Fybogel Sachet contains – each sachet contains 5 calories.

    Here at My Pharmacy we offer a wide range of constipation treatments, some of these are:

    See our other bowel and stomach treatments here.

    IBS

    IBS is a common condition that affects the digestive system.
    It causes symptoms like stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea and constipation. These tend to come and go over time, and can last for days, weeks or months at a time.
    It’s usually a lifelong problem. It can be very frustrating to live with and can have a big impact on your everyday life.
    There’s no cure, but diet changes and medicines can often help control the symptoms.
    The exact cause is unknown – it’s been linked to things like food passing through your gut too quickly or too slowly, oversensitive nerves in your gut, stress, and a family history of IBS.

    Symptoms

    Common IBS symptoms
    The main symptoms of IBS are:

    stomach pain or cramps – usually worse after eating and better after doing a poo
    bloating – your tummy may feel uncomfortably full and swollen
    diarrhoea – you may have watery poo and sometimes need to poo suddenly
    constipation – you may strain when pooing and feel like you can’t empty your bowels fully
    There may be days when your symptoms are better and days when they’re worse (flare-ups). They may be triggered by food or drink.

    farting (flatulence)
    passing mucus from your bottom
    tiredness and a lack of energy
    feeling sick (nausea)
    backache
    problems peeing – like needing to pee often, sudden urges to pee, and feeling like you can’t fully empty your bladder
    not always being able to control when you poo (incontinence)
    See a GP if you think you might have IBS
    They can check for IBS and do some tests to rule out other problems

    What can trigger IBS symptoms

    IBS flare-ups can happen for no obvious reason.

    Sometimes they have a trigger like:

    alcohol
    caffeine
    certain foods – such as spicy or fatty food
    stress and anxiety
    Other symptoms of IBS

    Ask for an urgent appointment if you have:
    lost a lot of weight for no reason
    bleeding from your bottom or bloody diarrhoea
    a hard lump or swelling in your tummy
    shortness of breath, noticeable heartbeats (palpitations) and pale skin
    These could be signs of something more serious.

    Diet, lifestyle and medicines

    There’s no single diet or medicine that works for everyone with IBS. But there are lots of things that can help if you’ve been diagnosed with it.

    General tips to relieve IBS symptoms
    Do
    cook homemade meals using fresh ingredients when you can
    keep a diary of what you eat and any symptoms you get – try to avoid things that trigger your IBS
    try to find ways to relax
    get plenty of exercise
    try probiotics for a month to see if they help
    Don’t
    delay or skip meals
    eat too quickly
    eat lots of fatty, spicy or processed foods
    eat more than 3 portions of fresh fruit a day (a portion is 80g)
    drink more than 3 cups of tea or coffee a day
    drink lots of alcohol or fizzy drinks
    You can buy a card or key from The IBS Network shop or Disability Rights UK shop that can help you access public toilets if you get symptoms while away from home.

    How to ease bloating, cramps and farting
    eat oats (such as porridge) regularly
    eat up to 1 tablespoon of linseeds a day
    avoid foods that are hard to digest – like cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, beans, onions and dried fruit
    avoid products containing a sweetener called sorbitol
    ask a pharmacist about medicines that can help, like Buscopan or peppermint oil

    Side Effects

    Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybodygets them.
    This product can cause allergic reactions with symptoms including difficulty in breathing, wheezing or coughing, skin rash, itching and a sudden life-threatening allergic reaction.
    This product contains allergens and it is possible to come into contact with them via skin, inhalation or when taking the product by mouth and may cause red or itchy eyes, runny or blocked nose and a skin rash.

    If symptoms appear, you should immediately contact your doctor or pharmacist. Due to the increased bre intake of your diet you may experience wind (flatulence) or bloating during the next few days of taking this product,
    which should lessen as you continue to take it.