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Dulcolax 10mg Suppositories reviews
Dulcolax 10mg Suppositories FAQs
Dulcolax can be taken at any time you like, however you should be advised that you will produce a bowel movement within the next hour.
No, you should only take a maximum of one suppository per day for a maximum of 7 days. If after 7 days you are still experiencing problems then you should consult with your doctor.
Anyone over the age of 12 can use 1 Dulcolax suppository a day. Children under 12 should use half a Dulcolax suppository. If your child is under 6 years old then you should speak to your doctor before using Dulcolax.
Each Dulcolax suppository is wrapped in a plastic cover which should be removed before use. The suppository has a 'pointy' end, and this is the end which should be placed into the rectum first. Studies have shown that laying down for 15 minutes will help your rectum to retain the suppository for as long as possible, giving you the best possible treatment.
No, you do not need to remove the suppository yourself.
No, Dulcolax suppositories should not be ingested orally or any other way besides rectal insertion.
It makes no difference whether you use Dulcolax before a meal or after a meal, just make sure to use them rectally.