Dentinox Infant Colic Drops are used to treat wind and gripe in babies and can be used from birth. The drops work to release trapped wind and relieve babies of any tummy ache or discomfort caused by it.
Dentinox Infant Colic Drops contain activated dimeticone which belongs to a group of medicines called surface active substances. This active ingredient works to release and disperse any trapped wind, effectively relieving babies of the symptoms of trapped wind.
Babies suffer from a number of ailments as their bodies grow and development and trapped wind and gripe are very common ones. Luckily, Dentinox Infant Colic Drops work to quickly provide relief and soothe your baby.
This medicine is for oral use only and you should always follow the dosage guidelines contained in the enclosed leaflet. Start by shaking the bottle and then measure out one syringe full; this is one dose. One dose should be given with or after each feed, and this can be done by adding the drops to your baby’s bottle or by giving straight from the syringe.
If you give more Dentinox Infant Colic Drops than you should then contact a doctor or pharmacist for advice.
Before using this medicine, you should always ensure that it is the correct and appropriate treatment for your child. Do not give your baby this medicine if:
All medicines can be prone to causing side effects. Not everyone who takes Dentinox Infant Colic Drops will be affected by the side effects, but you should contact a doctor immediately if you notice any bad side effects or signs of an allergic reaction.
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