Actilax, Agaffin Abführgel, Agarol Chicles, Agarol, Agiolax Pico, Agiopic, Anara, Chaldol, Cirulaxia, Contumax, Dagol Cetus, Darmol, Dibrolax, Dulco-Lax Perles, Dulcolax, Dulcolax Picosulfat Pearls, Euchessina Cm, Evacuol, Ezor, Factor Laxante Ilab, Falquigut Gocce, Feen-A-Mint, Fisiolax, Fructines, Gocce, Gotalax, Gutalax, Guttalax, Kritel, Laxamin, Laxantil, Laxasan, Laxatol, Laxoberal, Laxoberon, Laxodal, Laxolax, Laxygal, Lubrilax, Natrijum Pikosulfat, Picolax, Picolaxine, Picolon, Pilules De Vichy, Rapilax, Regulax Picosulphate, Regulax, Skilax, Trali, Uphatin, Verilax, Yodolin, Aperil, Berberon, Cilaxoral, Dulcolax Pico, Dulcolax Np, Dulcolax Picosulfat, Dulcopic, Falestack, Farthrough, Flurale, Konsuben, Laxaid, Laxans-Ratiopharm Pico, Laxoberal, Laxoberon, Laxodate, Laxoselin, Panhodiel, Picoben, Picodarm, Picorula, Picoslon, Picosulfat, Regulax Picosulfat, Shinluck, Sultimin, Sunailin, Youpis
Why it is prescribed :
This medication is a contact laxative, prescribed for constipation.
Dosage & When it is to be taken (Indications):
Dose is based on patient’s condition.
How it should be taken :
It comes as a liquid and capsules to take by mouth, at bedtime.
Warnings and Precautions :
Caution should be exercised in patients with history of intestinal obstruction, bowel inflammation, severe abdomen pain, dehydration, who are taking other medications, any allergy, during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Side Effects :
Other Precautions :
Storage Conditions :
Store it at room temperature (25°C).