Dulcolax Suppositories For Children


Dulcolax Suppositories For Children

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Dulcolax suppositories for children are laxatives that are used to provide relief from constipation. They are also commonly used to clear the bowels before surgical procedures, or performing diagnostic tests like x-rays. The laxative effect takes place in just 30 minutes with the large intestine muscles being stimulated by the suppository. Dulcolax Suppositories for Children are meant for rectal use only. Not for use if the child has severe pain in the abdomen and has a vomiting sensation. Do not use for more than five days continuously.

Prolonged use can result in chronic diarrhoea, hypokalaemia, or electrolyte imbalance that could damage the kidneys. Prolonged use could make the child?s intestines reliant on the suppository and actually result in increased constipation levels. It should not be used if user has intestinal obstruction, ulcerative colitis, Crohn?s disease, abdominal conditions necessitating surgery, severe dehydration, anal fissures or inflammation and ulceration of the rectum. Do not use if child has allergic reaction to any of the ingredients.

Unwrap and insert suppository into the rectum as far as possible using the index finger in a lying-down position. After maximum depth of insertion, push it sideways to ensure contact with the bowel wall. Keeping suppository in place, lower legs a position that is comfortable retaining the suppository for at least half an hour before voiding the bowel. Only one suppository may be used per day.

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Dulcolax Suppositories For Children | 1 reviews
Fortunately this is not technically a prescription-only medicine, although it may be hard to buy over the counter.If you have a child who is a severe constipation sufferer this may be a lifesaver (literally - when you consider the long-term effects). As a suppository it is not addiction-forming (because of its `local` effect). Side-effects are rare. It can be given, as required, to children between the ages of 2 and 10 (after which they move up to the 10 mg dosage). Lubricate the anus with petroleum jelly and push the suppository as far as possible into thr rectum. Squeeze the buttocks closed to prevent the child from pushing the suppository out. Make sure she holds in the suppository at least 15 minutes. Suppository insertion can be upsettsing for the child, but parents must remember the danger of intestinal autointoxication, and remember that IF all else fails, if anything will make sure your child is “doing a smelly evil” everyday, without straining, this will

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