composition and action "Duphalac»
The active ingredient of the drug is lactulose, enhance the acidity in the intestine, and fluid migration, allowing intestinal contents becomes softer.This feature significantly stimulates peristalsis, thereby recovering the physiological rhythm of the digestive system.
In addition, lactulose promotes excretion of ammonia, which is toxic products of protein metabolism, and inhibits the growth of pathogenic microorganisms and stimulates the growth of beneficial lactobacilli.In this case, the blood is absorbed only a small amount of the drug.Available "Dufalac" in the form of a syrup or powder for suspension. «Dufalac" (lactulose) is often confused with lactose, almost causing laxative effect.
When "Duphalac" begins to act
When choosing a laxative drug patients are interested in how many it will give the desired result.According to many reviews "Duphalac" has the disadvantage that the effect is one day after dosing.However, more action is delayed it a plus than a minus.
After applying "Duphalac" the patient does not begin diarrhea, contributing to the development of dehydration and impaired electrolyte balance.With regular use of the drug is getting better natural bowel movement, which is much nicer than the effect achieved quickly.
However, if a problem is temporary, you can use the lightning means that a single application will not cause significant harm to the body. Through efficiency, high safety and tolerability, "Duphalac" prescribed even for small children.
Indications and contraindications "Duphalac»
According to the instructions, this tool is used for constipation of any origin.In addition, he was appointed, together with other means to cleanse the bowel before surgery, hepatic encephalopathy, goiter and food poisoning, accompanied by the accumulation of toxic products of metabolism.Some of the fair sex, even use it to lose weight.
Among Contraindications - intolerance of lactulose and bowel obstruction.Patients with diabetes should take the drug only after a conversation with your doctor, especially if used in large doses.