Advisory 12 YearsDosage Information
This product is sugar free and gluten free. You can take this product if you are pregnant or breast feeding. As with all medicines, the treatment duration should be limited as much as possible.
Dosage: Shake well before use. Adults, including the elderly and children 12 years and over: 5-10ml (one to two 5ml spoonfuls) after meals and at bedtime, or as directed. Children under 12 years: Should only be taken on medical advice. If symptoms persist after 7 days consult your doctor.Features
Fast powerful relief
Heartburn & indigestion
Extra strength formula
Each 10ml dose of oral suspension contains Sodium alginate 1000mg and Potassium Hydrogen Carbonate 200mg as the active Ingredients, The other ingredients are Calcium Carbonate, Carbomer, Methyl (E218) and Propyl (E216) Parahydroxybenzoates, Sodium Saccharin, Sodium Hydroxide, Peppermint Flavour and Purified WaterNet Content
300ml eProduct Marketing
Gaviscon Advance Peppermint flavour provides fast, soothing and long lasting relief from the pain and discomfort of heartburn and acid indigestion, which for example, can occur after meals or during pregnancy. The product belongs to a group of medicines called 'reflux suppressants', which form a protective layer on top of the stomach contents to prevent acid escaping from the stomach where it works into the food pipe where it works into the food pipe where it hurts.Safety Warning
Keep all medicines safely away from children.
Each 10ml dose contains 4.6 mmol of sodium, 20 mmol of potassium and 2.0 mmol of calcium. If you have been advised to follow a diet restricted in any of these please consult your doctor before taking this product. This product contains methyl and propyl parahydroxybenzoates. See leaflet for further information.Storage
Do not refrigerate.
Use within 6 months of opening.
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.