Colofac IBS

About 10% of adults suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It’s a chronic bowel condition that, more often than not, never goes away over time. Using Colofac IBS provides you with immediate results, relief, and lowers the chance of new IBS-related flare-ups.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Colofac IBS? 

It’s a medicine that is generally used to treat irritable bowel syndrome. It helps get rid of bloating, recurring pains and general discomfort in your stomach.

How does it work? 

Colofac IBS’ main ingredient is a substance called mebeverine hydrochloride, which is a drug that is classified as a part of a medicine group called antispasmodics.They help maintain normal bowel function, lessening the burden of chronic cramps or episodic diarrhoea.

What is Colofac IBS used for and what are the advantages of its continuous usage? 

As previously mentioned, irritable bowel syndrome affects about 10% of the population. Regular usage of Colofac IBS provides immediate results, and helps to keep future IBS symptom flare-ups in check, lessening the discomfort during future chronic episodes.

How to use Colofac IBS? 

The recommended dosage is 3 tablets a day, taken in equal intervals. Be careful not to go over the suggested dosage during a single day, even in the case of particularly bad IBS symptoms. However, the dosage may be lowered in the chance that your condition improves.

Try to take the pills during the same time every day for best results. If you’ve forgotten to take the dose, do not take a double dose to try and make up for it, just take the next dose as you normally would. If you’ve accidentally taken a dose greater than the one recommended, get in touch with your doctor immediately.

Make sure to take the tables whole with a lot of water; remember, don’t chew the pills before swallowing them and never attempt to half them. Since most people affected with IBS tend to feel discomfort right after a meal, try and take your Colofac IBS tablets about half an hour before you eat.

Want to Know More About Colofac IBS?

Before taking Colofac IBS, make sure to read the information leaflet and read up on it’s usage, dosages and side effects. Colofac IBS is used to treat and relieve IBS related symptoms; it shouldn’t be used as treatment for normal bowel problems (constipation, diarrhoea, etc.)

Never take Colofac IBS if you’re allergic to any of its ingredients. Colofac IBS is intended for persons over the age of 18, and should not be used by anyone younger than the intended user age. Consult with your pharmacists or doctor if the following things apply to you:

  • You’ve noticed new symptoms of they’ve worsened
  • You’re over the age of 40 and you’ve noticed a change in your IBS symptoms or it’s been quite some time since they’ve subsided 
  • You have bloody stools (faeces)
  • You have or have had any liver or kidney problems
  • You’re looking pale of feeling extremely tired
  • Experiencing nausea or you are vomiting
  • You have regular constipation
  • You’ve a fever
  • You’ve traveled abroad recently
  • You are or you’re trying to get pregnant
  • You feel pain when urinating or it’s very difficult to urinate
  • You are a woman and you’ve noticed unusual, irregular bleeding

Keep Colofac IBS pills out of children’s reach and don’t use them after the expiration date on the package. If any pain or irritation persists and doesn’t go away, even after taking this medication, seek medical help immediately.

If you see any peculiar compilations or side effects which you suspect might have been caused by this medication, go see your doctor immediately.

Buy Colofac IBS online, safely through UK Meds, you need not a prescription or to go see a doctor, however make sure to always adhere to the recommended dosages and advice given in the enclosed leaflet.