Glycerin suppositories can be used in order to obtain a temporary relief from transient constipation.
Dosage and method of administration:
1 to 2 days per adult suppositoria deep insertion into the anus.
Infants and children:
1 to 2 suppositoria for babies and children a day deep in the anus insertion.
Repeated use in chronic constipation is to avoid a diet of adaptation and modification of life habits is a better treatment.
This is a medicine, no prolonged use without medical advice, keep away from children, read the leaflet carefully. Ask your doctor or pharmacist. In case of side effects, contact your doctor.
Ileus and abdominal pain whose cause is not known.
To run against acute hemorrhoids, anal fissures, haemorrhagic rectocolitis.
Rectal use only
When using an abnormal pain or abnormal effects (rectal bleeding, lack of bowel movement) are observed, a thorough clinical examination to be conducted.
Laxativa may not be used longer than one weeks without the advice of the doctor.
Repeated use of glycerin suppositories can be avoided in chronic constipation. This can best be handled by adaptation of the diet and changes in living habits.
Interactions with other drugs and food:
With increased transit may reduce the absorption of other drugs.
Use during pregnancy and lactation:
There is no evidence against the use of glycerin suppositories during pregnancy and lactation.
Glycerin is used in certain patients with rectal burning near the peri-anal skin.
If major acute diarrhea would occur, the hydro-electrolytenevenwicht repaired.
For accidental ingestion:
When glycerin is taken orally, large amounts of toxic and can haemolysis, hemoglobinemie, headache, nausea, thirst and renal disorders occur.
Overdose can occur with oral dehydration. It must seek to establish a rehydration therapy and restore the electrolyte balance.
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