Buy Colpermin Online in the UK
You can buy Colpermin IBS relief capsules from our UK registered online pharmacy. Simply fill out a quick assessment about your medical condition and our health team will deem whether the treatment is suitable for you. Once approved your order can be delivered conveniently right to your door using the Royal Mails normal or same-day delivery options.
What is Colpermin?
Colpermin IBS relief capsules contain an antispasmodic medicine that is used to relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The symptoms of IBS include:
- Stomach pain
- Stomach Cramping
- Diarrhoea or Constipation
How does Colpermin work?
It works by the capsules releasing peppermint oil into the digestive tract. The active ingredient of the medicine, natural peppermint oil formulation, relaxes the spasms of the bowels and relieves pain and discomfort associated with flatulence, spasms, and bloating.
Is Colpermin effective?
Up to 78% of patients with IBS reported an improvement in their condition after four weeks of use.
Take ONE to TWO capsules THREE times daily.
Relaxes spasms in the digestive tract relieving discomfort associated with IBS
Can include heartburn, nausea, a burning sensation
Irritable bowel syndrome can be treated with a number of different medicines depending on your current condition, other medicines and suitability for treatment. The decision on your treatment should be guided by a health professional. Some possible alternative treatments for IBS are:
What is Colpermin?
Colepermin capsules are used as an antispasmodic to relieve symptoms such as spasms and cramps which are commonly associated with irritable bowel syndrome.
What is the ingredient in Colpermin capsules?
The active ingredient in Colpermin is peppermint oil 0.2ml
How does Colpermin work?
The peppermint oil in Colpermin works by relaxing the walls of the bowel aiding in relieving the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
What are the side effects of Colpermin?
The most common side effects of colpermin are nausea, vomiting, burning sensation in the mouth and anal irritation. Please read the information leaflet for a full list of side effects.
What is the dosage of Colpermin?
Take one capsule three times daily with food until the symptoms resolve which can take one to two weeks but possibly up to two to three months.
I missed a dose can I double the next one?
No stick to the regular dose. You should not double dose Colpermin.
Can I take Colpermin whilst pregnant?
Colpermin should not be taken whilst pregnant unless directly advised by your general practitioner.
|Colpermin||Colofac / Mebeverine||Fybogel Mebevine|
|Active Ingredients||0.2ml Peppermint Oil||Mebeverine||Mebeverine / Ispaghula Husk.|
|Mechanism||Unclear||Anti-spasmodic.||Anti-spasmodic and bulk forming laxative|
|Dosage||ONE capsule THREE times daily||Normal Release: Take ONE THREE times daily --- Slow Release - Take ONE tablet TWICE daily.||Usually ONE sachet TWICE daily|
Colpermin side effects
As with all medicines, it may have side effects, yet not everyone will experience them. Some side effects may include:
- Reflux (heartburn)
- A burning sensation in the mouth
- Anal irritation
The above side effects can often be attributed to capsules rupturing when taking.
The product contains peanut oil. If you believe you are having an allergic reaction to the medicine such as difficulty breathing, swelling or shaking, go seek emergency healthcare immediately.
Before starting treatment, reading the patient information leaflet may provide additional useful information.
For adults and children over 15 years, take one capsule three times a day. If the symptoms are severe, the dose may be increased to two capsules taken up to three times daily.
The treatment may be taken until symptoms resolve. This may be up to one to two weeks normally. If symptoms persist it may be used for up to two to three months.
Do NOT take this medicine with food or other indigestion remedies or prescription medicines for indigestion as they may damage the capsules.
Swallow the capsules whole as they are formulated in a sustained-release capsule. Do not chew or break the capsules as it will affect how they are absorbed.
Do not take this medicine if you have:
- A peanut or soya allergy (Contains peanut oil)
- If you have had a bad reaction to any ingredient listed
You should consult your doctor or pharmacist if:
- Your symptoms worsen or do not improve after 2 weeks of treatment
- Your symptoms have changed and you are over 40
- You notice blood in the stool
- You have severe weight loss
These may indicate a change in condition that requires oversight by your GP.
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