Laxoberon syrup is included in the category of contact stimulant laxative. Laxatives are those drugs that are used for the treatment and relief of constipation. It contains chemicals that help in effective gastrointestinal motility.
Laxoberon is available in the form of syrup and tablets. The tablet dosage strength of laxoberon contains 5mg whereas syrup is available in 120ml.
It is a product of Martin Dow (a Pakistani multinational pharmaceutical company).
Laxoberon syrup is used for treatment and gives relief from constipation. It is also used to clean your intestine before any surgery or several medical procedures such as colonoscopy and X-ray. It helps to accelerate gastrointestinal motility but it can cause problems such as chronic constipation when it is overused.
Laxoberon syrup contains sodium picosulfate. Sodium picosulfate is a contact stimulant laxative used to clean out the intestine before surgery and help in clearing stool from the intestine and stimulating the colon.
Regular and overuse of laxoberon can cause problems such as chronic constipation. Don’t use this medication daily or regularly because it may weaken the natural ability of the body to defecate and cause dependency on laxatives.
The followings are some side effects that may occur:
- Loose motions
- Abdominal discomfort
- Abdominal pain
- Watery bowel movements
- Swelling in eyes or lips
How to use:
Always use laxoberon syrup with the prescription of a doctor.
|For adults (above 18)||1-2 teaspoons of Laxoberon 120ml 2 or 3 times a day.|
|For children ( below 17)||1 teaspoon of Laxoberon 120ml 1-2 times a day|
Please take this medication with the prescription of a doctor because regular or overuse of this medication can cause several issues.
The followings are some precautions of laxoberon syrup:
Don’t use this medicine on a daily basis or for more than 5 days because it may weaken the natural ability of the body to defecate and cause dependency on laxatives.
Pregnancy or lactation:
The effects of laxoberon syrup in pregnant or lactating females are unknown so it is advised to consult your doctor if you are pregnant.
Low blood pressure:
The low blood pressure patient can take laxoberon syrup after consultation with a doctor because it may cause effects the patient’s health.
Consult your doctor before taking this medication if you recently passes gastrointestinal surgery.
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