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mebeverine HCl

A musculotopic antispasmodic used to manage the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, gastric pain, persistent diarrhoea and/or constipation, and flatulence.

Adverse effects
Allergic reaction: itching, swelling.
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A brand name for MEBEVERINE.
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"Stomach cramps caused by IBS can be treated with an over-the-counter antispasmodic, such as mebeverine (Colofac IBS PS5.49 for 15 tablets) or Buscopan (PS3.49 for 20 tablets)," says Dr Morrison.
IBS cramps "Stomach caused by IBS can with an over-the-such as (Colofac IBS PS Back pain A REVIEW published in the British Medical Journal analysed 13 clinical trials and found that paracetamol made little or no difference to back pain.
Q I'VE been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and prescribed Colofac and Spasmonol.
Q I HAVE been prescribed Colofac for irritable bowel syndrome.
Saw my GP and told him what my consultant said, and he prescribed me Colofac tablets for IBS.
He is currently being treated with Fibrogel and Colofac. Next week he starts on Amitryptilline.
She has taken Colofac, Spasmonal, Merbentyl, Meptid and Diamorphine for the pain, but nothing really seems to help.