- Contains peppermint oil
- Relieves IBS
- Treats painful cramps
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The irritable intestinal syndrome can cause a range of symptoms like cramps, bloating and griping. These symptoms can be relieved with the help of Colpermin capsules.
Protective coatings on Colpermin capsules allow them to survive the acid in the stomach and stay intact until they reach the small bowel, where they start showing their effect. It allow the capsules to release peppermint oil directly to the lower bowel. Peppermint oil is a natural remedy for bloating, discomfort, and trapped wind. It also relaxes the intestine muscles and regulates bowel movements to a normal frequency.
You can take up to three capsules per day if you are experiencing severe discomfort or pain.
You should swallow the capsules as a whole with water. The capsules should not be opened or chewed as it can damage the special coating that allows them to reach the bowel. Peppermint oil can cause irritation or an unwanted cooling effect to the throat and mouth.
Colpermin capsules should not be taken with an antacid or two hours before and after taking an antacid.
Keep taking the capsules for as long as your symptoms improve. This should take place within one to two weeks. Consult your doctor if the symptoms don't improve after two weeks of Colpermin Capsules.
If IBS symptoms persist, you can continue to take Colpermin capsules for up to three months. However, consult your doctor before taking any further medication.
The common side effects of Colpermin Capsules include:
Discomfort or irritation around the anus
Burning sensation in the mouth
Slow pulse rate
Loss of coordination
If you experience any of the symptoms of an allergic reaction, stop taking the medication and get medical help.
Colpermin capsules should not be taken by children under the age of 15 and by people who are allergic to any of the ingredients of the capsules.
Consult your doctor before taking Colpermin capsules if any of the following applies to you:
You experience the symptoms of IBS for the first time
You are 40 years or above and developed new symptoms of IBS
You get blood in stool
You are usually exhausted or feel like vomiting
You have lost your appetite
your weight changes unusually
You get fever frequently
You have constipatation
You get unusual vaginal bleeding or discharge
You have difficulty or pain passing urine
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