Colpermin IBS relief peppermint oil
How do I take Colpermin IBS relief?Adults aged 15 years and over should take one capsule three times a day. They must not be opened or chewed because this will stop the special coating from letting the peppermint oil reach the bowel.
this is the first time you have had your symptomsyou are aged 40 years or over and it is some time since your last IBS attack, or your symptoms have changedyou have passed blood in your stoolsyou feel sick or have vomitedyou have lost your appetite or lost weightyou look pale or feel tiredyou have severe constipationyou have a feveryou have recently travelled abroadyou are, or think you could be pregnant, or are planning a pregnancyyou have any abnormal vaginal bleeding or dischargeyou have difficulty or pain on passing urine.
What else should I know before taking Colpermin IBS relief?If you suffer from heartburn you may find Colpermin IBS makes it worse. If this is the case you should stop taking it.
Drinking alcohol while you’re taking Colpermin IBS relief might increase the likelihood of having a reaction to it, such as a rash, headache, slow pulse, loss of co ordination or shaking. As with all medicines,
you should get medical advice from your doctor before taking Colpermin IBS if you’re breastfeeding.
What are the possible side effects of Colpermin IBS relief?Medicines and their possible side effects can affect individual people in different ways. The following are some of the side effects that are known to be associated with Colpermin IBS. Just because a side effect is stated here doesn’t mean that all people using this medicine will experience that or any side effect. If you think you have experienced a side effect, did you know you can report this using the yellow card website?
Can I take Colpermin IBS relief with other medicines?Peppermint oil is not known to affect other medicines.
Last updated: 16.02.2017
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