Libalaks Laksatif Lavman
It is used in constipation caused by pregnancy, constipation of children over three years of age, diseases where constipation is a problem, in cases where the intestines need to be drained, such as rectoscopy (some kind of bowel imaging) and surgical intervention, where the muscles in parts of the intestine are weak.
The LIBALAKS box contains a 10-gram tube containing light yellow color, odorless, thick liquid and one cannula for application.
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Each Tube (10 Grams) Contains 5310 Mg Of Sorbitol (70%) And 3700 Mg Of Glycerin.
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LIBALAKS 53.1% + 37% Rectal Gel
Rectal is applied.
- Active item: Each tube (10 grams) contains 5310 mg sorbitol (70%) and 3700 mg glycerin.
- Auxiliary substance(s): Tween 80, Sodium citrate.
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Libalaks Laksatif What to consider Before Using
LIBALAKS is applied only in the rectal way.
Before use, lubricate it by applying some medicine in the tube outside the applicator.
Situations that should not be used
If you’re going to
- If you are allergic to any of the substances in its composition (if you think you may have an allergy, ask your doctor for advice).
- Not being able to urinate, severe dehydration (dehydration), developed or developing pulmonary edema, severe heart failure, acute appendicitis, inflammation and bleeding of bowel trauma, typhoid (a bacterial disease), fistula (passage in the bowel), hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids), ulcerative colitis (cause of infection in the bowel mucosa) after surgical interventions in the area of the anus and rectum.
Situations that need to be used with caution
If you’re going to
- If you have a heart condition,
- If you have kidney or liver problems,
- If you have diabetes,
- If you have anemia (hemolytic anemia) caused by the destruction of red blood cells,
- If you have a disorder of your stomach and bowels,
- If you have a disorder in your large intestines due to an open wound and inflammation.
Prolonged use of LIBALAKS can cause bowel irritation.
Change in fluid intake may lead to lung edema and/or heart failure due to excessive blood supply.
If these warnings apply to you, even in any period in the past, please consult your doctor.
Vehicle and machine use
No effect of LIBALAKS on vehicle and machine use has been reported.
Important information about some of the auxiliary substances contained in LIBALAKS
If you do not have an excessive sensitivity to the auxiliary substances contained in LIBALAKS, no negative effects due to these substances are expected.
Use in combination with other drugs
If you are currently using any prescription or over-the-counter medication, especially other laxatives, or if you have recently used it, please inform your doctor or pharmacist.
Food and beverage interactions
(Open/Full/Alcohol use cases)
It has no interaction with food and beverages.
How to Use LIBALAKS Enema?
What should be the correct drug use?
Attach the applicator in the box to the end of the tube. Empty the medicine into the macaque by means of an applicator.
- 1/2 tube is sufficient for children over three years of age and one tube for elders, unless otherwise recommended by the doctor.
- Use in the specified doses unless otherwise recommended by the doctor.
Use in Children and Infants
The use of LIBALAKS in children over three years of age is as specified in the instructions for appropriate use and frequency of dose/application.
Use in The Elderly
Its use in the elderly is the same as in adults.
Renal failure/Liver failure:
It should be used with caution.
If you have an impression that the effect of LIBALAKS is very strong or weak, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
Overdose and Treatment
If you have used more than you should use from LIBALAKS, talk to a doctor or pharmacist.
Typical symptoms of overuse of LIBALAKS are abdominal pain, weakness, fatigue, thirst, vomiting, edema, bone pain (due to osteomalasia), fluid and electrolyte imbalance, hypoalbumineemia (due to protein-losing gastroenteropathy) and bowel inflammation (colitis). If the bowel is not permanently damaged, it may take months to work without the help of laxatives.
If You Forget to Use:
Do not take double doses to balance forgotten doses.
Effects that may occur when treatment with LIBALAKS is terminated
- There is no effect that can be associated with discontinuation of the drug.
Consult your doctor or pharmacist before using the drug.
The safety of LIBALAKS during pregnancy has not been proven; care should be taken during pregnancy. Liballaks should only be used when necessary.
If you find that you are pregnant during your treatment, consult your doctor or pharmacist immediately.
Consult your doctor or pharmacist before using the drug.
No effect is foreseen on the breastfed child. However, it should only be used when necessary during this period.
Like all drugs, people who are sensitive to the substances contained in LIBALAKS may have side effects.
Infrequently (more than 1 in 10,000 people treated and less than 1 in 1,000 people) hypersensitivity reactions may occur.
- Symptoms; swelling, shortness of breath, itching, urticaria, fever, etc.b in the face, mouth, lip, tongue and throat.
If you notice any of the following, tell your doctor:
- Gas extraction,
- Bowel irritation, which can cause bowel pain,
If you experience any side effects not mentioned in this instructions for use, inform your doctor or pharmacist.
Keep LIBALAKS out of the reach of children and in its packaging.
Store at room temperature below 25°C. Use them all at once when opened. If there is any leftovers without use, do not use them again.
Use in accordance with the expiration date.
Do not use LIBALAKS after the expiration date on the packaging.
Do not use LIBALAKS if you notice defects in the product and/or packaging.
Do not throw away expired or unused drugs! Give it to the collection system determined by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization.
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