Insert suppository well up into rectum. Suppository need to melt completely to produce laxative action.
As suppository: Adults: only one 2.30 gm Suppository per 24 hours or as directed by a physician
As suppository: Children (2 to 6 years): only one 1.15gm Suppository per 24 hours or as directed by a physician. Children (From 6 years): only one 2... View More
Mode of Action
Glycerol is an osmotic dehydrating agent that possesses hygroscopic and lubricating properties. It causes plasma osmolality leading to the movement of w... View More
Hypervolaemia, cardiac failure or renal disease, dehydrated patients, DM.
Local irritation e.g. rectal discomfort and burning sensation.
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