Before using IBS treatments such as Colpermin Capsules, you should get an IBS diagnosis from a doctor. If you are experiencing IBS symptoms for the first time, you should consult with a doctor.
Consult with a doctor before using this medicine if any of the following apply:
You are over 40 years old and your symptoms have changed, or it has been a while since the last IBS attack
You feel sick and have experienced vomitting
You have passed bloody stools
You are pale and tired
You are experiencing a fever
You are experiencing severe constipation
You are experiencing a reduced appetite or weight loss
You have traveled abroad recently
You are or are planning to become pregnant
You experience pain or difficulty passing urine
You are experiencing any vaginal bleeding or abnormal discharge
You suffer from heartburn, which this medicine can make worse
If alcohol is consumed whilst taking Colpermin Capsules, there is a risk of allergic reactions such as headache, shaking, rash, a slow pulse, and a loss of co-ordination. If you experience any of these reactions then avoid drinking alcohol while using Colpermin Capsules.