Buscopan IBS Relief relieves abdominal cramps which cause pain and discomfort in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It works by an antispasmodic effect, relaxing the cramping muscle of your bowel.
Adults and children 12 years and over
How To Use:
Start by taking one tablet 3 times a day. If more relief is needed, you can increase your dose to a maximum of two tablets 4 times a day. Swallow the tablet whole with water. Do not chew it.
Each tablet contains hyoscine butylbromide 10mg.
Also contains sucrose
Cautions & Hazards
Not recommended for children under 12 years. Not to be used if you have glaucoma (an eye condition), megacolon (a very enlarged colon), myasthenia gravis (a very rare muscle weakness), or are allergic to hyoscine butylbromide or the other ingredients.
Do not take Buscopan IBS Relief if you:
are allergic to hyoscine butylbromide or any of the other ingredients of Buscopan IBS Relief.
If any of the following now apply to you, you must not use Buscopan IBS Relief without first discussing it with your doctor, even if you know you have IBS:
if you are aged 40 years or over and it is some time since your last attack of IBS or the symptoms are different this time
if you have recently passed blood from the bowel
if you suffer from severe constipation
if you are feeling sick or vomiting
if you have lost your appetite or lost weight
if you have difficulty or pain passing urine
if you have a fever
if you have recently travelled abroad
You should also tell your doctor or pharmacist if any of the following apply to you:
if you are pregnant or likely to become pregnant or if you are breast feeding.
if you have a very fast heart rate or other heart problems
if you have previously been treated by a doctor for a severe sweating disorder
if you are taking an antidepressant, major tranquilliser, antihistamine, antiviral drug, dopamine antagonist (e.g. metclopramide), or a medicine to treat a heart problem.
Buscopan IBS Relief can occasionally cause temporary vision problems. If affected do not drive or operate machinery.
If in doubt ask your pharmacist or doctor