Sup – Gliserin Kansuk K Pediatrik Supozituvar
Sup – Gliserin Kansuk K Pediatrik Supozituvar is a medication that comes in a cardboard box containing 10 suppositories. Each suppository contains 1400 mg of glycerin as the active ingredient. The suppository is light yellow in color and has a homogeneous appearance.
|Generic Name (Ingredient)||
In Each Suppository; Glycerin 1400 Mg
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Glycerin is a water-absorbent (hygroscopic) substance. When applied rectally in the form of a suppository, it facilitates defecation (bowel movement) partly by lubrication and partly by local stimulation. It is used as a laxative to relieve simple constipation.
How to use
Sup – Gliserin Kansuk K Pediatrik Supozituvar is for rectal use only (applied inside the anus). It should not be swallowed. If swallowed accidentally, consult your doctor immediately.
Do not use Sup – Gliserin Kansuk K Pediatrik Supozituvar if you have abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, or if you have a fissure, tear or wound around the anus or hemorrhoids that have become sore. Do not use if you are allergic to any of its ingredients.
Use Sup – Gliserin Kansuk K Pediatrik Supozituvar with caution. Long-term and frequent use can disrupt bowel habits. Therefore, it should be used for short periods (less than a week) and only when necessary.
Like all medications, Sup – Gliserin Kansuk K Pediatrik Supozituvar may cause side effects. However, many people have no side effects or only have minor side effects. Some possible side effects include abdominal pain, skin irritation or burning sensation around the anus. If you experience any of these side effects or any other side effects that bother you or do not go away, you should inform your doctor.
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