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  • Germed Lactose Germed Syrup Occasional Stuff Treatment Bottle 180ml -36%

Germed Lactose Germed Syrup Occasional Stuff Treatment Bottle 180ml

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  • Brand: S.F. GROUP Srl
  • Product Code: 032880015
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Lactose Germed Syrup

Occasional Stitney Treatment; Bottle 180ml


180 ml syrup syrup 100 ml syrup contain: Active ingredient: Lactose g 66.7


Sodium benzoate, purified water.

Therapeutic indications

Short-term treatment of occasional constipation.


Hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients. Laxatives are contraindicated in subjects with acute abdominal pain or unknown origin, nausea, vomiting, obstruction or intestinal stenosis, rectal bleeding of unknown origin, severe dehydration. Contraindicated in subjects with galactosemia.


Adults: The average daily dose is 10-15 g in two doses. Such dosage may be doubled or halved depending on the individual response or clinical picture. Children: 2.5 to 10 g / day, even in single administration, depending on the age and severity of the case. Infants: on average 2.5 a day. Lactulosus GERMED can be given diluted suitably in milk or other beverages. Lactulose is absorbed to a very small extent and has no caloric value. However, Lactulose GERMED contains, in addition to lactulose, galactose, lactose and small amounts of other sugars. This should be taken into account in the treatment of diabetic patients and in patients following low calorie diets. The correct dose is the minimum amount sufficient to produce an easy evacuation of soft stools. It is advisable to initially use the minimum doses required. When necessary, the dose may be increased but never exceed the maximum indicated. Take advantage preferably in the evening

Warnings and precautions

Abuse of laxatives (frequent or prolonged use or excessive doses) may cause persistent diarrhea resulting in loss of water, mineral salts (especially potassium) and other essential nutritional factors. In more severe cases, the onset of dehydration or hypokalemia (decreased potassium in the blood) may occur, which may result in cardiac or neuromuscular dysfunction, especially in the case of concomitant treatment with cardiac glycosides, diuretics or corticosteroids. The abuse of laxatives, especially those of contact (stimulant laxatives), can cause dependence (and therefore the need to progressively increase dosage), chronic constipation and loss of normal intestinal function (intestinal atoniasis). In exceptional cases, after a long period of treatment, the possibility of loss of electrolytes may occur. Do not use if abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting are present. If constipation is obstinate, consult a physician. In patients with disturbance caused by excessive intestinal meteorology, treatment with the minimum doses indicated should be initiated; Such doses may be gradually increased in relation to the patient's response. In children under 12 years of age, the product should only be used after consulting the physician and evaluating the risk / benefit ratio. In children below 12 years of age, the medicine may only be used after consulting your doctor. Treatment of chronic or recurrent constipation always requires physician intervention for diagnosis, prescription drugs, and surveillance during therapy. Consult your doctor when the need for laxative comes from a sudden change in previous bowel habits (frequency and characteristics of evacuations) that lasts more than two weeks or when laxative use can not produce effects. It is also advisable for the elderly or in poor health to consult your physician before using the medicine.


Broad-spectrum bacterial agents, administered per os at the same time as lactulose, can reduce degradation by limiting the possibility of acidification of intestinal contents and hence therapeutic efficacy.

Side effects

Occasionally: isolated cramping pains or abdominal colic, most often in cases

Pregnancy and breastfeeding

There are no adequate and well-controlled studies on the use of the medicine during pregnancy or breast-feeding. Therefore, the medicine should only be used if necessary under direct medical supervision after evaluating the expected benefit for the mother in relation to possible risk for the fetus or infant.