you need
  • - powder magnesium sulfate;
  • - glass;
  • - warm water;
  • - a teaspoon to stir.
as a laxative and cleanser can be used magnesium sulfate only occasionally, as with regular admission comes quickly develop addiction, dehydration, gipermagniemiya, nausea, vomiting, severe drop in blood pressure,bradycardia up to cardiac arrest, anxiety, respiratory failure.
As with any drug, magnesium sulfate should not be used without a doctor's prescription.Since in addition to the use of indications there are contraindications, and only a specialist can assess th
e potential benefits and harms of drug administration.Contraindications include: bowel obstruction, the presence of large stones in the liver or gall bladder, hypersensitivity, reduced blood pressure, severe diseases of the bronchi and lungs, sores and inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract.In some cases, the drug is given during pregnancy, if there is a risk of miscarriage, premature birth, preeclampsia, tachycardia, but only under the direct supervision of a physician in a hospital.
usual dose for oral administration are: adults 15-40 ml, 1 gram for children one year of life.Children under three years of preparation is not appointed.
To prepare the solution should be thoroughly dissolve the required amount of magnesium sulfate powder in 150-200 ml of warm water and take on an empty stomach.Your doctor may recommend taking the drug at night before bedtime.Adopted on an empty stomach, the drug takes effect within 20-30 minutes.The action lasts for 5-8 hours, depending on the individual and the dose learstva.When taken in the evening before bedtime effect occurs within 5-8 hours.If you take the drug after a fatty meal, the effect may not occur at all or will come much later than the specified time.
Children appoint magnesium sulfate with cramps, constipation, before the clinical examination of the gastrointestinal tract.
Before the drug can have side effects: nausea, vomiting, flatulence, colicky abdominal pain.In case of overdose you should immediately call an ambulance for the forced removal of magnesium sulfate from the body.