Laxido Orange Sugar-Free Sachets

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Laxido Orange is a laxative used for the treatment of constipation, especially if you have been constipated for a long time. It is also used to treat a build up of hard faeces in your bowel which may be a result of long-term constipation

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Laxido Sachets

Laxido Sachets Orange contains macrogol 3350 and the electrolytes sodium chloride, sodium hydrogen carbonate and potassium chloride.

Macrogol 3350 is a laxative used for the treatment of constipation, especially if you have been constipated for a long time. It is also used to treat a build-up of hard faeces in your bowel which may be a result of long-term constipation (this is known as faecal impaction). Macrogol 3350 makes your faeces softer and easier to pass, giving you relief from constipation. The electrolytes help to maintain your body’s normal levels of sodium, potassium and water while you are being treated for constipation.

Constipation Overview – NHS Website

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Laxido Orange Sachets

Before using Laxido Orange Sachets you should be made aware of certain warnings and precautions to take if you are currently taking medications or suffer from other conditions that may cause harm if this medicine is used.

Do not take Laxido Orange Sachets

  • If you are allergic to macrogol 3350, sodium chloride, sodium hydrogen carbonate, potassium chloride, or any of the other ingredients of Laxido Orange Sachets.
  • If you have a perforation on the wall of your intestine.
  • If you have a blockage in your intestine.
  • If you have paralysis of the intestine.
  • If you have ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease or toxic megacolon.

Talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse before taking Laxido Orange Sachets to treat faecal impaction, as prior to taking this medicine it should be confirmed that you have this condition.

When taking Laxido Orange Sachets you should continue to take plenty of fluids. The fluid content of Laxido should not replace your regular liquid intake.

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How Long Does A Sachet Of Laxido Take To Work

A common question we are often asked is “How long does a sachet of laxido take to work?”

The speed at which Laxido takes to work depends on person to person and also a variety of factors. Some people may experience its effects within six hours, but it can take up to twelve hours or longer.

If you suffer from chronic constipation the amount of time it may take for you to feel its effects can take longer than someone who doesn’t have chronic constipation.

The course is meant to last for up to two weeks but should not be used for more than fourteen days in a row.

If you have any more questions about how long does a sachet of laxido take to work or other questions related to Laxido, please contact our customer support team via email.

Laxido Sachets For Constipation

Laxido Sachets for constipation contain the active ingredient Macrogol 3350. It’s known as a laxative to treat constipation. It’s also used to help clear a build-up of hard poo in the bowel, which can occur when someone has been constipated for a long time. The medical term for this is faecal impaction.

Once Macrogol is used it begins the process of making the constipated faecal matter slightly bigger and softer. This allows the poo to travel and move through the bowels more easily.

Although Laxido Sachets for Constipation is primarily used for, you guessed it, constipation, the ingredient Macrogol can be given to a patient before a colonoscopy. A colonoscopy will check the inside of the bowels for any irregularities such as cancer, but it first requires a clear view. Macrogol is then used before the test to clear the bowels and offer a clearer view of the bowels.

How Long Do Laxido Sachets Take To Work

How long do Laxido Sachets take to work?

The Macrogol ingredient included in Laxido Sachets can take anywhere between one to two days to start working. The above time frames can be different for everybody, but generally that’s how long it will take.

If you are still having issues with constipation after three days of treatment, you should talk to a doctor.

Laxido Orange Sachets Side Effects Nhs

Like with all medicine, Laxido Orange Sachets Side Effects NHS can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any Laxido Orange Sachets Side Effects NHS, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.

Below is a list of Laxido Orange Sachets Side Effects NHS experienced more, or less when people have used Laxido Sachets.

Should you experience any of the following side effects immediately stop using Laxido Orange Sachets and see a doctor as soon as possible:

  • Signs of a serious allergic reaction, such as difficulty breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue or throat.
  • Signs of an allergy, such as a rash, reddening of the skin, nettle rash, itching or shortness of breath.
  • Changes in the body’s fluid or electrolyte levels, such as swelling, feeling fatigued, dehydration or increased thirst with headache. All of these can be a sign that the potassium levels in the blood are higher or lower than normal.

The following side effects are also possible but less severe:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Feeling bloated
  • Suffering from wind
  • Indigestion
  • Soreness of the anus
  • Mild diarrhoea
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Swelling of the abdomen
  • Stomach rumbling

How Many Sachets Of Laxido Should I Take

Should you be asking yourself “How many sachets of Laxido should I take?” you should refer to the patient information leaflet for the recommended guidance. If your doctor has prescribed this medication to you then this medication should be taken exactly as he/her described.

Without any doctor instructions, the usual daily dose for adults, children and the elderly is one sachet three times daily.

If you are struggling to find out “How many sachets of Laxido should I take?” contact your doctor. If you take more Laxido Orange Sachets than you should you may experience severe side effects such as pain and swelling in the abdomen and vomiting/diarrhoea.

Laxido Oral Powder Sachets

There are some warnings and precautions you should take before using Laxido Oral Powder Sachets. Some medicines, e.g. anti-epileptics, may not work as effectively if they are taken at the same time as Laxido Oral Powder Sachets. A doctor or pharmacist should be made aware if you taking, recently taken or may take other medicines alongside Laxido.

Any other medications taken by mouth should not be taken one hour before and for one hour after taking Laxido Orange. You are free to eat and drink whatever you like. Food and drink do not have any effects on Laxido Oral Powder Sachets.

Laxido Sachets Instructions

The below guidance will be based on the information provided in the patient information leaflet. Any Laxido Sachets instructions from your doctor will override the recommended instructions in the leaflet.

Laxido Sachets Instructions: Constipation

The usual dose for constipation is one sachet taken three times daily.

Faecal Impaction

The usual dose for faecal impaction is eight sachets daily. All eight sachets must be taken within a six hour period. If you have a heart condition, do not take more than two sachets in any one hour.

Laxido Sachets Instructions: How to Mix

Laxido Orange should be made up by dissolving the contents of one sachet in a glass of water. Stir well until all the powder has dissolved. If you are being treated for faecal impaction, you can dissolve the contents of all eight sachets together in a large container.

Laxido Constipation Sachets

When compared, Laxido Constipation Sachets are just as good as other forms of laxatives. Some work in different ways and may be better for some and not for others. Some may also work a lot more quickly than Macrogol.

Laxatives that bulk form, such as Fybogel increase the weight or “bulk” of the poo which in turn helps stimulate bowel movements. These usually take just as long as Macrogol, two to three days.

Other stimulant laxatives, such as senna and bisacodyl, stimulate the nerves in the bowels, increasing the speed. This type of laxative generally works faster and is usually taken before bed as they will work overnight.

Lastly, surface wetting laxatives when compared to Laxido Constipation Sachets, allow water to soak into the poo and absorb it to make it softer.

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Side Effects

If you experience any of the following side effects, stop taking Laxido Orange and see your
doctor immediately:
– signs of a serious allergic reaction, such as difficulty in breathing, or swelling of the face,
lips, tongue or throat
– signs of an allergy, such as a rash, reddening of the skin, nettle rash, itching or shortness of
breath
– signs of a change in your body’s fluid or electrolyte levels, such as swelling (mainly in the
ankles), feeling fatigued, dehydration or increased thirst with headache. These symptoms
may be a sign that the potassium levels in your blood are higher or lower than normal.
The following side effects are also possible:
– abdominal pain
– feeling bloated
– suffering from wind
– indigestion
– soreness of the anus (bottom)
– mild diarrhoea
– nausea
– vomiting
– swelling of your abdomen
– stomach rumbling

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