"Sub Simplex" is a drug that helps to remove gases from the gastrointestinal tract in case of flatulence, aerophagia, before diagnostic tests, after operations on the gastrointestinal tract, in case of intoxication with detergents. The drug is safe, therefore, it is prescribed even for newborn children who have tummy problems.
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Take this medicine with or after meals. Shake the bottle vigorously before use, turn it upside down. For newborns and infants of the first year of life, give the drug on the recommendation of a doctor and in the doses recommended by the pediatrician. Usually, 15 drops are prescribed, which must be placed in a bottle of baby food. If the baby is breastfeeding, then give him 15 drops of Sub Simplex before feeding, place the suspension in a small spoon and pour it into the baby's mouth, as after feeding he will refuse to swallow the suspension. If you have severe bloating, give before meals or at every meal.
Give 15-20 drops to children 1 to 6 years of age with each meal or after a meal. You can give your child an extra dose at bedtime if needed.
For children 6 years of age and older, give 30 drops of the suspension with or after each meal and, if necessary, at bedtime. The dose for adults is 30-45 drops, depending on the symptoms of the disease and how effective the drug is.
Before preparing for any studies of the gastrointestinal tract, take from 1 to 6 teaspoons of the drug in the evening, depending on the doctor's recommendation, on an empty stomach, since it is forbidden to eat before any types of diagnostics. Remove the dropper to take 6 teaspoons of Sub Simplex. The same dose is recommended for intoxication with detergents.
The drug can be taken by pregnant and lactating women if there are problems such as flatulence. The dose for pregnant women is exactly the same as for all adult patients and is 30-45 drops 3-4 times a day after or during meals and, if necessary, before bedtime.