Fybogel Hi-Fibre Sachets
£4.99 – £17.99
- Gently Relieves Constipation
- Active Ingredient: Ispaghula Husk
- Maintains Regularity Of Bowel Movements
- Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy
- Includes Free Prescription
Constipation is when a person doesn’t have regular bowel movements (or struggles to poo), which can leave them feeling uncomfortable and bloated. One of the main causes of constipation is a lack of fibre in the diet. Fybogel Hi-Fibre is a natural fibre drink containing the active ingredient Ispaghula Husk and belongs to a group of drugs called bulk-forming laxatives. This constipation medication helps to regulate bowel function by attracting water into your stools to make them softer and easier to pass. Within 3 days of taking your first dose of Fybogel Hi-Fibre you should be able to pass a bowel movement (or have a poo), giving you much welcomed relief from constipation symptoms.
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What is Fybogel?
Fybogel contains the active substance Ispaghula Husk. It is an easy and convenient way to increase the fibre in your diet helping your digestive system work more efficiently and gently relieving constipation the natural way. As it works naturally with your body, it takes care of constipation without undue straining, discomfort or unnatural urgency, helping to restore and maintain regularity.
Ispaghula can be used whenever increased fibre is needed in your diet to relieve constipation; including constipation during pregnancy. It can also be used to help maintain normal bowel function if you suffer from haemorrhoids (piles).
Do not take Fybogel if you have a:
allergic response to Ispaghula husk
sudden change in bowel habit that has persisted for more than two weeks
blockage of the bowel (intestinal obstruction, faecal impaction)
weakness of the bowel wall (colonic atony)
naturally occurring reduced gut motility
difficulty in swallowing or any throat problems
phenylketonuria (an inherited genetic disorder) as this product contains aspartame, a source of phenylalanine.
undiagnosed rectal bleeding and unable to pass stools following the use of laxatives.
symptoms that worsen or do not improve after 3 days
difficulty in swallowing or any throat problems.
How to take Fybogel
Fill a glass with approximately 240ml cold water. Pour in the required Fybogel amount (see dosage below). Stir well and drink straight away, preferably after meals. Do not take without water. Fybogel should be taken at least 30 mins before or after taking other medicines and should not be taken immediately before going to sleep.
Different Ages –
Adults and children over 12 years:
Take one sachet in the morning and one in the evening, preferably after meals.
Children aged 6 to 12 years:
Take half to one level 5 ml spoonful depending on size and age, morning and evening, preferably after meals.
Children under 6 years:
Not recommended for children under 6 years of age.
If symptoms worsen or if there is no bowel movement after 3 days of treatment, consult a doctor.
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IBS is a common condition that affects the digestive system. It causes symptoms like stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea and constipation. These tend to come and go over time, and can last for days, weeks or months at a time. It’s usually a lifelong problem. It can be very frustrating to live with and can have a big impact on your everyday life. There’s no cure, but diet changes and medicines can often help control the symptoms. The exact cause is unknown – it’s been linked to things like food passing through your gut too quickly or too slowly, oversensitive nerves in your gut, stress, and a family history of IBS.
Common IBS symptoms The main symptoms of IBS are:
stomach pain or cramps – usually worse after eating and better after doing a poo bloating – your tummy may feel uncomfortably full and swollen diarrhoea – you may have watery poo and sometimes need to poo suddenly constipation – you may strain when pooing and feel like you can’t empty your bowels fully There may be days when your symptoms are better and days when they’re worse (flare-ups). They may be triggered by food or drink.
farting (flatulence) passing mucus from your bottom tiredness and a lack of energy feeling sick (nausea) backache problems peeing – like needing to pee often, sudden urges to pee, and feeling like you can’t fully empty your bladder not always being able to control when you poo (incontinence) See a GP if you think you might have IBS They can check for IBS and do some tests to rule out other problems
What can trigger IBS symptoms
IBS flare-ups can happen for no obvious reason.
Sometimes they have a trigger like:
alcohol caffeine certain foods – such as spicy or fatty food stress and anxiety Other symptoms of IBS
Ask for an urgent appointment if you have: lost a lot of weight for no reason bleeding from your bottom or bloody diarrhoea a hard lump or swelling in your tummy shortness of breath, noticeable heartbeats (palpitations) and pale skin These could be signs of something more serious.
Diet, lifestyle and medicines
There’s no single diet or medicine that works for everyone with IBS. But there are lots of things that can help if you’ve been diagnosed with it.
General tips to relieve IBS symptoms Do cook homemade meals using fresh ingredients when you can keep a diary of what you eat and any symptoms you get – try to avoid things that trigger your IBS try to find ways to relax get plenty of exercise try probiotics for a month to see if they help Don’t delay or skip meals eat too quickly eat lots of fatty, spicy or processed foods eat more than 3 portions of fresh fruit a day (a portion is 80g) drink more than 3 cups of tea or coffee a day drink lots of alcohol or fizzy drinks You can buy a card or key from The IBS Network shop or Disability Rights UK shop that can help you access public toilets if you get symptoms while away from home.
How to ease bloating, cramps and farting eat oats (such as porridge) regularly eat up to 1 tablespoon of linseeds a day avoid foods that are hard to digest – like cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, beans, onions and dried fruit avoid products containing a sweetener called sorbitol ask a pharmacist about medicines that can help, like Buscopan or peppermint oil
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybodygets them. This product can cause allergic reactions with symptoms including difficulty in breathing, wheezing or coughing, skin rash, itching and a sudden life-threatening allergic reaction. This product contains allergens and it is possible to come into contact with them via skin, inhalation or when taking the product by mouth and may cause red or itchy eyes, runny or blocked nose and a skin rash.
If symptoms appear, you should immediately contact your doctor or pharmacist. Due to the increased bre intake of your diet you may experience wind (flatulence) or bloating during the next few days of taking this product, which should lessen as you continue to take it.