Advisory 12 YearsDosage Information
How to take:
Swallow each capsule whole with water.
Adults: Start with 1 capsule, 3 times a day
Then take more (1 capsule, up to 5 times a day), or less, if you need to
You should feel more comfortable within 1-2 days
Do not give to children under 12 years
See a doctor or pharmacist if you need to use this medicine every day, or have a stomach ache which does not go away.
If you take more than you should: drink lots of water and see a doctor straight away.
To soften hard stools for a comfortable way to go to the looIngredients
Each Dulcoease Capsule contains Docusate Sodium 100mg, Other Ingredients: Macrogol 400, Propylene Glycol, Gelatin, Glycerol, Sorbitol (E420), Titanium Dioxide (E171), Water, Sunset Yellow (E110), Quinoline Yellow (E104)Net Content
30 x CapsulesProduct Marketing
Dulcoease stool softener provides relief when bowel movement is painful or difficult. It can be used when you have constipation, piles or anal fissure. It works by helping hard, dry stools soak up natural fluids.Safety Warning
Do not take this medicine if you are:
Pregnant, thinking of becoming pregnant, or breast-feeding
Having stomach pains, feeling sick, or have been sick in the last 24 hours
Allergic to any of the ingredients (see side of pack)
Intolerant to some sugars (such as sorbitol, fructose)
Taking a laxative called liquid paraffin
Possible side effects
This medicine does not usually cause side-effects, but some people may feel sick, get diarrhoea, stomach cramps, or skin rash. If these continue for more than a few days or become troublesome, stop taking Dulcoease and see a pharmacist or doctor.
Contains Sunset Yellow (E110) which may cause allergic reactions
Keep out of the reach and sight of children.Storage
Do not store above 25 C. Store in the original package in order to protect from moisture.
Please Note: Whilst we (Doorstep Pharmacy) make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.