Colic Drops

Last Update May 27, 2016
Colic Drops is a gastrointestinal medication.
Uses: Colic Drops is approved for Reflux, Burps, Gastrointestinal Gas, Constipation and Colic and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
Other brands: Mylicon
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Last Update May 27, 2016
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Positive 529 "The surgeon and her registra were ok with his formula and a herbal colic drops ( which seem to help him pass wind). I give him them twice a day. Hope everyone is well and i will speak to you soon... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 271 "My mate said to try colic drops cos infacol doesn't work for many. I did and now I have a different child! No tears last night or this morning, just lots of smiles. So pleased-hope its not... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Colic Drops

What does Colic Drops treat?
Alcohol warning on Colic Drops
There may be a negative interaction between Colic Drops and alcohol.
How do I obtain Colic Drops?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Colic Drops?
Oral Drops
What dosages are available?
Drops: 40 mg/0.6 mL
Ingredients
Simethicone
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