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References:

1. Dulcolax® Suppositories 5 mg and 10 mg package insert, 20 September 2013.
2. Dulcolax® Tablets package insert, 20 September 2013.

Product Page References

1. Nicholas Hall’s global OTC database, DB6, 2018.
2. Dulcolax® Tablets package insert, 20 September 2013.
3. Dulcolax® Suppositories 5 mg and 10 mg package insert, 20 September 2013.

About Constipation References

1. Sibanda M, Meyer JC, Maponya M, Motha T. Chronic constipation in adults. SA Pharm J 2018;85(1):34–42.

About Constipation > Constipation Symptoms References

1. Sibanda M, Meyer JC, Maponya M, Motha T. Chronic constipation in adults. SA Pharm J 2018;85(1):34–42.
S0 DULCOLAX® Tablets. Each tablet contains 5 mg bisacodyl. Contains sugar. Reg. No. E/11.5/531.
S0 DULCOLAX® 5 mg Suppositories. Each paediatric suppository contains 5 mg bisacodyl. Reg. No. E/11.5/534.
S0 DULCOLAX® 10 mg Suppositories. Each adult suppository contains 10 mg bisacodyl. Reg. No. E/11.5/532.
For full prescribing information refer to the package insert approved by the Medicines Regulatory Authority.

About Constipation > Causes of Constipation References

1. Sibanda M, Meyer JC, Maponya M, Motha T. Chronic constipation in adults. SA Pharm J 2018;85(1):34–42.
2. Greenberger NJ. Constipation in Adults [online]. MSD Manual Consumer Version. 2018 [cited 2019 Aug 19]. p. 1–8. Available from: URL: https://www.msdmanuals.com/home/digestive-disorders/symptoms-of-digestivedisorders/constipation-in-adults
3. Forootan M, Bagheri N, Darvishi M. Chronic constipation, A review of literature. Med 2018;97(20):e10631.
4. NHS Inform (Institution/Organization). Constipation - Illnesses & conditions. 2019. p. 1–16.

About Constipation > Tips to Prevent Constipation

1. Molloy F, Ryan C. Constipation [Internet]. ABC Health & Wellbeing. 2013 [cited 2020 Feb 19]. Available from: URL: http://www.abc.net.au/health/library/stories/2009/04/09/2595331.htm#c
2. Forootan M, Bagheri N, Darvishi M. Chronic constipation, A review of literature. Med 2018;97(20):e10631.
3. Camilleri M, Ford AC, Mawe GM, Dinning PG, Rao SS, Chey WD, et al. Chronic constipation. Nat Rev Dis Prim [online] 2017;3(December 2017):1–19. Available from: URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nrdp.2017.95

About Constipation > Constipation Treatment Options

1. Dulcolax® Suppositories 5 mg and 10 mg package insert, 20 September 2013.
2. Dulcolax® Tablets package insert, 20 September 2013.

S0 DULCOLAX® Tablets. Each tablet contains 5 mg bisacodyl. Contains sugar. Reg. No. E/11.5/531.
S0 DULCOLAX® 5 mg Suppositories. Each paediatric suppository contains 5 mg bisacodyl. Reg. No. E/11.5/534.
S0 DULCOLAX® 10 mg Suppositories. Each adult suppository contains 10 mg bisacodyl. Reg. No. E/11.5/532.

For full prescribing information refer to the package insert approved by the Medicines Regulatory Authority.