Pedia lax suppository CVS
Pedia lax suppository CVS rectal laxatives offer relief of constipation in few minutes. Available in glycerin & liquid glycerin suppositories that won’t upset the digestive system, as well as safe, easy-to-use enemas.
Normal transit constipation is best treated by
- drinking plenty of fluids,
- eating foods high in fiber, &
- exercising regularly.
Pedia lax suppository CVS Pharmacy
Fleet Pedia lax Suppository CVS rectal laxative. For shipping, detail sees the end.
GLYCERIN 83g in 100g
- purified water,
- sodium hydroxide,
- stearic acid
- CVS Pharmacy: NDC Code: 59779-109
Uses of Pedia lax suppository CVS
Pedia lax suppository CVS is used to relieve occasional constipation. Glycerin belongs to a group of medicines recognized as hyperosmotic laxatives. It works by drawing water into the intestines. This influence usually results in a bowel movement within fifteen to sixteen minutes.
How to use Pedia lax suppository CVS Rectal
This product is for rectal use only. Read & follow all directions on the product package, or use as directed by a doctor. If you are uncertain about any of the information, consult a doctor. If the Pedia lax suppository is very soft to insert, ice-cold in the refrigerator for thirty minutes or runs cold water over it before part the foil wrapper.
Wash your hands before & after using this product. If the suppository is cover in foil, detach the foil wrapper. If wanted, the suppository may be wet with slightly warm water. Don’t use petroleum jelly or mineral oil.
Lie down on your left-hand side with the right knee a little bent. Using a finger, gently insert the suppository well up into the rectum, pointed end first. After insertion, stay in position for fifteen to twenty minutes if possible until you feel a strong urge to have a bowel movement. Pedia lax suppository does not need to liquefy completely to produce an effect. If you are assisting a child use the Pedia lax suppository, have the child lie down on their side with the lower leg make straight out & the upper leg bent toward the belly. Using your finger, softly inject the suppository into the rectum, pointed end first. Hold the buttocks together for a few seconds. Then, have your child remain lying down for fifteen to twenty minutes if possible to keep the suppository from getting out.
Dosage of Pedia lax suppository CVS
Don’t use Pedia lax suppository more than once daily unless otherwise directed by the doctor.
Twelve years & over. once every other day
Children two to under six years. one suppository
Children under two years. consult a doctor
This medicine may be harmful if swallowed. If someone has overdosed & has serious symptoms such as
- abdominal pain,
- decreased weight, or
- Excessive bowel activity
- trouble breathing, contact the doctor promptly.
Keep all regular medical & laboratory appointments.
Warnings about Pedia lax suppository CVS
If pregnant ask a doctor before using the Pedia lax suppository.
- keep tightly closed – avoid excessive heat
- For rectal use only
Ago using Pedia lax suppository, alert the doctor medical history, mostly of: appendicitis or same symptoms these are
- ulcerative colitis,
- sudden or unexplained stomach/abdominal pain),
- A change in bowel movement that lasts for extensive than two weeks
- bleeding from the rectum,
- intestinal blockage.
- Stop using this product & consult a doctor if the child has: rectal bleeding, no bowel movement within one hour of using this product; These symptoms may indicate a serious condition.
Side effects of Pedia lax suppository CVS
When using Pedia lax suppository you may have
- Rectal irritation/burning,
- abdominal discomfort/cramps.
If the physician has directed you to use Pedia lax suppository, be sure that he has judged that the advantage to you is greater than the risk of negative effects. Some people using Pedia lax suppository do not have serious negative effects.
Some serious side effects occur such as:
- Stomach/abdominal pain or cramping,
- bloody stools,
- rectal bleeding,
- persistent urge to have a bowel movement,
- persistent diarrhea.
- Diarrhoea that doesn’t pause may effect in an acute loss of body water (dehydration)
- unusual decreased urination,
- unusual dry mouth/thirst,
- fast heartbeat, or
A very bad allergic reaction to this medicine is limited. If you attend any symptoms of a severe allergic reaction then look for immediate medical attention, symptoms are,
- severe dizziness,
- trouble breathing.
Not a total list of the above possible negative effects. If you insight other negative effects not listed above, call the physician. If any of these negative effects persist, tell the doctor promptly.
Keep all regular medical & laboratory appointments.
Lifestyle changes that may prevent or relieve constipation include
- drinking enough water, &
- eating a proper diet with fiber-rich foods like
- fresh fruits
Talk to the doctor about lifestyle changes that glory benefits you.
Storage of Pedia lax suppository CVS
Individual brands of this medicine have different storage needs. Check the product package for operating instructions on how to store the brand. Keep all medicines away from children & pets.
Disposal of Pedia lax suppository CVS
Don’t flush Pedia lax suppository CVS down the toilet or pour them into a drain unless instructed to do so. Correctly discard Pedia lax suppository CVS when it is expired or no longer require. Ask pharmacist or near waste disposal company for more details about how to safely dispose of medicine.