30 Jul 2009
Dulcolax pills have a special 'enteric coat' that is designed to prevent the pills dissolving in the acidic environment of the stomach. The pills pass through the stomach intact and only dissolve when they reach the large intestine where the active drug is needed.
If the Dulcolax tablets are crushed, chewed or broken, the coating will be damaged and the pills won't work as well.
- Dulcolax Information for Consumers
- Dulcolax Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Dulcolax (detailed)
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i have been using dulcolax for a few years to help with going to the toilet i would not be able to go on my own without using dulcolax what effects ...
1 answer • 23 Aug 2009
. I do not care for its taste when chewed
1 answer • 24 Aug 2010
Ok I took two dulcolax around 2am woke up at 5:41 am cramping ,Vomiting , pains weakness, feel like I'm dying it is now 8:26am can you eat or ...
2 answers • 24 May 2014
... it's really been helping but I don't feel completely healed yet. Should I stop using dulcolax or continue taking them despite the ...
1 answer • 16 Jun 2015
I had surgery and am on pill relievers which constipated me. I need to have a BM. So, can I take dulcolax twice a day?
0 answers • 30 Oct 2015