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Prulax Junior Syrup 60ml
Prulax Junior Syrup 60ml is used for infant constipation treatment. If your baby seems constipated, consider simple dietary changes: Water or fruit juice. This Syrup is used to relieve occasional constipation. Prulax Junior Syp 60ml belongs to a class of drugs known as hyperosmotic laxatives.
Constipation is infrequent bowel movements, typically fewer than three in 1 week. In many cases, child constipation is short term and resolves with treatment. The symptoms of constipation in babies and children aren’t much different from symptoms in adults. The main difference is that babies and some children can’t communicate how they feel, so you need to pay attention to their bowel movements to recognize irregularity.
Some formula-fed and breastfed infants get constipated once they’re introduced to solid foods. Symptoms of constipation in a baby or infant include: pellet-like bowel movements, difficulty passing stools, crying during bowel movements, hard or dry stools,less frequent bowel movements. Stool frequency can vary from baby to baby, so use your baby’s normal activity as a baseline. If your baby normally has one bowel movement a day and it’s been a few days since their last stool, this could be a sign of constipation.
This medication is used to treat constipation in children.
Side Effects Of Prulax Junior Syrup 60ml
Diarrhea in a large dosage may occur.
When Not To Use
- It is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to the drug.
- If your child has any other allergies.
- This product may contain inactive ingredients, which can cause allergic reactions or other problems.
- Talk to your pharmacist for more details.
- Natural safe and effective laxative
- Children who suffer from constipation are relieved.
- It is a non-habit creating laxative
Before using it, inform your physician or pharmacist if you’re allergic to it or if you suffer from any other allergies. The product could contain inactive ingredientsthat can trigger reactions to allergies or other issues. Ask your pharmacist for further information.