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Bisacodyl-Darnitsa

Contact laxative drugs

Bisacodyl exerts a laxative effect due to stool softening or liquefying. Its laxative action mechanism is related to increased entry of water into the intestine and its decreased absorption as well as facilitation of intestinal peristalsis.

Short-term symptomatic treatment of constipation.

Preparing the bowel for diagnostical examination, before surgeries (under observation of a physician).

A clinical need to facilitate defecation in hemorrhoids, anal fistulas, and anal fissures.

For effective morning defecation, the drug should be taken orally before sleep, regardless of food intake. The tablet should be swallowed without chewing with a full glass of water.

For short-time treatment of constipation, facilitated defecation in hemorrhoids, anal fistulas, and anal fissures:

Adults and children aged 10 years and over: 1–2 tablets (5–10 mg) once daily

Children aged between 4 and 10 years: 1 tablet (5 mg) once daily

Preparing to diagnostical examination, before surgeries (under observation of a physician):

Adults and children aged 10 years and over: 2–4 tablets (10–20 mg) once in the evening

Children aged between 4 and 10 years: 1 tablet (5 mg) in the evening

It is not recommended to use the drug for longer than 7 days; daily use of the medicine is inadvisable.

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