Glycerin Infant Supposotories provide relief of occasional constipation in infants.Suppository.
Your infant may need a little outside help with a well-timed suppository. As they are going through a phase of learning how to have a bowel movement, many babies in their early months grunt and draw up their legs to push out a stool. But the straining baby may appreciate a little outside help with a well-timed, well-placed glycerin suppository. Available without prescription at your pharmacy, these look like tiny rocket ships. If your baby is straining, insert one as far into the rectum as you can and hold baby's buttocks together for a few minutes to dissolve the glycerin. These are especially helpful to lubricate the rectum if baby has a rectal tear or bleeding . Don't use for more than a few days without your doctor's advice Glycerin Infant Supposotories provide relief of occasional constipation in infants.Suppository containing:Glycerol 0.7 g Dosage:Infants: the suppository should be dipped in water before insertion into the rectum and use as required.
One to be inserted when necessary. Hold the wide base of the suppository in the fold of a cloth. Lubricate the pointed end with petroleum jelly and insert well into the rectum of the child or infant to be treated. Even though complete solution is not necessary for action, the suppository should be held for five minutes to induce a motion
Store below 25C. Protect from moisture. Keep out of the reach of children. You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use
Size: 12 suppositories
Glycerin (Glycerol) Suppositories Bp 1g Infants
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