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Infacol colic relief is designed to relieve your babies wind, infant colic and griping pain. Buy Infacol today from Click Pharmacy.

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Infacol Colic Relief

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What is Infacol Colic Relief

Infacol colic relief is designed for the relaxation of babies air, infant colic and extreme discomfort. The key ingredient – Simethicone – is an anti-flatulent ingredient which help the air release or burping into the tummy.

How does Infacol work? 

Infant colic is a common condition that affects young children and babies. It is defined as crying for more than 3 hours per day, more than 3 days a week, for at least 3 weeks. Normally a baby will cry for less than 2 hours per day.

Other signs of colic include:

  • Crying later in the day lasting several hours

  • A red flushed face when crying

  • Clenching fists

  • Arching back

While the exact cause of colic is unknown, the most common cause of colic-related crying is due to trapped wind and gas bubbles. Bubbles trapped within the stomach and intestines can build to cause pain and discomfort to your baby. Colic often occurs later in the day, and your baby may draw their knees up the chest.

Infacol contains simethicone. Simethicone is an anti-flatulent. Simethicone helps fuse small bubbles into larger bubbles that are easier for your baby to pass through burping or flatulence.

Applying Infacol at each feed helps to prevent and control colic early.

Can I buy Infacol online?

Infacol does not require a prescription, although you are very welcome to book an appointment with a health expert at Click Pharmacy to discuss how best to use this product. It can be purchased online in 55ml bottles. 

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How should I apply Infacol?

Infacol should be applied daily before each feed.

To administer Infacol, perform the following steps:

  1. Shake the bottle well.

  2. Draw up the liquid into the dropper by squeezing the rubber bulb twice.

  3. Wipe any excess buildup on the outside of the dropper to the inside of the bottle.

  4. Place the dropper inside the babies mouth, squeeze the bulb, and apply to the back of the tongue.

In the event there has been little improvement after 2-3 days, use a larger dose of 2 droppers full.

What dose should I choose?

Infacol comes in 55ml bottles. It is designed for use on infants. One dropper (0.5ml) should be given before each feed. If colic persists after a few days, then increase the dose temporarily to two droppers (1ml). For best results, Infacol should be used for several days. Continued usage will help prevent further build-up of wind. As a progressive medicine, repeated usage over several days will improve efficacy.

Side effects

Infacol’s main active ingredient is simethicone. Simethicone is inert and does not absorb into the body. It is, therefore, not known to have any adverse effects.

Secondary ingredients Methyl and propyl hydroxybenzoate may cause mild allergic reactions in some cases. If you notice any reaction (whether immediate or delayed), then please contact your doctor.

If you suffer severe reactions with this medication, please seek immediate medical attention.

When shouldn’t I apply Infacol?

Do not use Infacol if your child is allergic to methyl and propyl hydroxybenzoate. Some infants may not appreciate the direct application with a dropper. 

Always read the full ingredients list on the patient information leaflet. If your child is known to be allergic to any of the ingredients, then speak to your healthcare professional.

How often should I give my child Infant Colic Relief Drops?

You should give your child Infant Colic Relief Drops before you feed your child.

What signs indicate my child is suffering from Colic?

There are a number of signs that indicate your child is suffering from Colic, they include the following:

  • Crying for more than 3 hours a day
  • Arched back
  • Clenching fists
  • Red face when crying

What should I do if I do not notice an improvement in my child's condition?

If after 2-3 days of consecutive use you do not notice an improvement in your baby’s condition you should increase the dose to 1ml. If after several days you still do not notice an improvement you should stop using Infacol Colic Relief Drops and seek medical advice from a GP or pharmacist as soon as possible.

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