Glycerol (Glycerin) Suppositories 12 pack

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Glycerol belongs to a group of medicines called laxatives. A laxative is a medicine which is used for the occasional treatment of constipation. Glycerol Suppositories act as a stimulant laxative for short term treatment of constipation and for emptying the bowels.

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Glycerol 4g Suppositories

Glycerol 4g Suppositories belongs to a family of medicines known as laxatives, laxative should only be used for the occasional treatment of minor constipation. Glycerol 4g Suppositories act as stimulant and make it easier to empty the bowel.

You may be suffering from constipation and benefit from using Glycerol 4g Suppositories 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 here on the NHS website.

Glycerol Suppositories BNF

BNF Stands for British National Formulary. The Glycerol Suppositories BNF holds all the important information about this product and is most commonly used amongst healthcare professionals, it is used for things such as, indications, prescribing and dispensing, warnings and drug interactions.

If you require any further information Glycerol Suppositories BNF or if you would like further information on patient resources for medicines please feel free to contact us, we would be more than happy to help.

Glycerin Suppository

Glycerin Suppository is usually fine for most people to use but there are a small number of people who should not use Glycerin Suppository without speaking to their GP first.

Do not use Glycerin Suppository:

  • If you have abdominal problem that does not have a diagnosis
  • If you are allergic to any of the ingredients
  • If you suffer from a blocked bowel
  • If you are diabetic

If you are ever unsure if Glycerine Suppository is safe for you to use, you should contact a pharmacist for advice.

Glycerine Suppository

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

  • Drinking plenty of fluids
  • Increasing your fibre intake
  • 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
  • Avoiding alcohol

What Are Glycerol Suppositories

You may wonder What Are Glycerol Suppositories made of? Wondering What Are Glycerol Suppositories is important. As with all medicines a full list of ingredients should be checked before using them, in case of an allergy or sensitivity.

Glycerol 4g Suppositories ingredients:

  • Glycerol
  • Gelatine
  • Purified water

If you are allergic to any of the above ingredients you should avoid using the suppositories and seek advice regarding an alternative treatment.

What Do Glycerol Suppositories Do?

When looking for a medicine to relief your constipation you may want to ask What Do Glycerol Suppositories Do?

The glycerol that is the main ingredient inside the suppositories acts as a lubricant which helps to soften the stool, it also stimulates the bowel muscles making it easier to expel the stool.

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Constipation Relief Suppositories Glycerol

Constipation Relief Suppositories Glycerol should be stored away safely to protect both others and the environment.

You should store Constipation Relief Suppositories Glycerol:

  • Out of the sight and reach of children
  • Do not use after the expiry date on the box
  • Store in a dry place below 25°C

You should also return any unused or expired Constipation Relief Suppositories Glycerol to your local pharmacy for safe disposal.

How Long Does It Take For Glycerol Suppositories To Work?

Many people ask How Long Does It Take For Glycerol Suppositories To Work? When looking for constipation relief, so let’s have a look at the information provided on How Long Does It Take For Glycerol Suppositories To Work?

Glycerol Suppositories usually work within 15 minutes of use, if the urge to empty your bowel does not take place within this time, it is important not to insert another one and wait a little longer to allow it time to work.

How To Use Glycerol 4g Suppositories

Like all Suppositories, How To Use Glycerol 4g Suppositories instructions should be followed carefully, following Glycerol Suppositories Instructions carefully will prevent any further pain.

How To Use Glycerol 4g Suppositories

  • You should try and empty your bowels first
  • Wash your hands with soap and warm water
  • Unwrap the suppository from its covering
  • Get in a comfortable position
  • Gently part your buttocks
  • Carefully and slowly push the suppository tapered end first into your anus
  • Close your legs lie still for 15-20 minutes while it dissolves
  • Wash your hands again after use

How To Use Glycerol 4g Suppositories, Glycerol Suppositories Instructions and lots of other important information can be viewed here in the Patient Information Leaflet.

Glycerol Suppositories Side Effects

While Glycerol Suppositories Side Effects can occur, not everybody that will experience them, if you suffer from any of the following troublesome Glycerol Suppositories Side Effects, you should stop using them and contact your doctor as soon as possible for advice:

  • Sudden wheeziness and tightness of chest
  • Swelling of eyelids
  • Swelling of face or lips
  • Skin limps or hives
  • Skin rash (red spots)
  • Itchiness or fever
  • Collapse

The above Glycerol Suppositories Side Effects indicate an allergic reaction that needs urgent medical advice.

Glycerol Suppositories For Adults

Whilst looking at the information here provided on Glycerol Suppositories For Adults, you may decide you would like to opt for an oral treatment instead. Here at My Pharmacy, we offer a wide range of Glycerol Suppositories For Adults alternatives that include but are not limited to:

Wherever you decide to buy your Glycerol Suppositories For Adults 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 if the company you are ordering from holds the above, you should contact them for proof directly.

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Side Effects

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side
effects, although not everybody gets them.
If any of the following symptoms occur contact
your doctor or pharmacist immediately. These
are symptoms of a serious allergic reaction.
• sudden wheeziness and tightness of chest
• swelling of eyelids, face or lips
• skin limps or hives
• skin rash (red spots), itchiness, fever
• collapse
Other side effects that may occur include:
• abdominal cramps
• irritation in or around the rectum (back
passage)

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