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    Dentinox Infant Drops

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    Expected delivery date Wednesday, 28 July 2021 If you order within: 22h21m41s
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    What is Dentinox Infant Colic Drops

    Dentinox Infant Colic Drops helps alleviate colic by helping to release the trapped air. Dimethicone is activated to the active ingredient in Dentinox Infant Colic Drops which alleviate symptoms such as indigestion and pain in the stomach.

    What are Dentinox Infant Colic Drops used for?

    Dentinox Infant Colic Drops are used to treat abdominal pain by allowing trapped air to be released.

    What is the active ingredient in Dentinox Infant Colic Drops?

    The active ingredient in Dentinox Infant Colic Drops is dimethicone. This is an anti foaming ingredient which allows for gas bubbles to dissolve, assisting the natural movement of gas.

    Do I need a prescription to purchase Dentinox Infant Colic Drops?

    No, you do not require a prescription to purchase Dentinox Infant Colic Drops. However if you are unsure whether these drops are suitable for your child, you are welcome to book a free consultation with one of our medicine experts.

    How should I give my child Dentinox Infant Colic Drops?

    You should use the syringe provided to give your child 2.5ml of the drops. Alternatively you can add these drops to your child’s milk if they find it difficult to swallow from a syringe.

    How often should I give Dentinox Infant Colic Drops to my child?

    It is advised to not give your child no more than six 2.5ml doses, after feeding, in one 24 hour period.

    What if I forget to give my child a dose of Dentinox Infant Colic Drops?

    If you forget to give your child their dose of Dentinox Infant Colic Drops, you should skip the dose you just missed and continue as normal. You should never give two doses at once even if you are making up for a missed dose.

    How long after using Dentinox Infant Colic Drops does it take to notice a difference?

    After each dose you should notice trapped air releasing from your child's stomach. If after weeks of use you do not notice an improvement in their condition you should speak to a GP or pharmacist.

    When should I not give Dentinox Infant Colic Drops to my child?

    If your child has a history of any thyroid disorder you should not use Dentinox Infant Colic Drops. This is because the active ingredient may bind to levothyroxine. You should speak to a GP or pharmacist who may be able to recommend an alternative product for you to use.

    When can I start giving my child Dentinox Infant Colic Drops?

    Dentinox Infant Colic Drops can be used by babies from birth onwards.

    How should I store Dentinox Infant Colic Drops?

    You should store Dentinox Infant Colic Drops in a cool dry place, out of reach from children, at room temperature. The drops should not be exposed to direct sunlight or extreme temperatures.

    How long is the shelf life for Dentinox Infant Colic Drops?

    The shelf life for Dentinox Infant Colic Drops is usually 2 years. However this may vary depending on your purchase. You should always follow the use by instructions as stated on the packaging.

    How should I clean the syringe?

    You should thoroughly wash the syringe with warm water and dry well. The syringe is not suitable for steam sterilising.

    Can I sterilise the syringe?

    The syringe is not suitable for steam sterilising. It should be cleaned using warm water.

    How effective is Dentinox Infant Colic Drops?

    Dentinox Infant Colic Drops is an effective product for treating abdominal pain and bloating. Its active ingredient dimethicone is an anti-foaming medication that dissolves gas bubbles and induces the natural flow of gas. 

    Can I buy Dentinox Infant Colic Drops online? 

    Dentinox Infant Colic drops can be bought at the pharmacy or online at Click Pharmacy without a prescription. To feel at ease book an appointment with a health expert at this online Pharmacy to talk about how to best use the product. When you purchase online, you can guarantee that there are no hidden fees. Your package is fast-tracked and will be sent to your doorstep by next day delivery.  

    What dose should I choose?

    Dentinox Infact Colic Drops comes in a 100ml bottle.  It is given in 2.5ml doses via a syringe provided in the box. Every 2.5ml dosage of this product contains 21mg of activated dimethicone. Used as recommended, the drops are safe for infants and babies to ingest. Have your baby take this product according to the instructions of your doctor. If side effects occur, notify your doctor immediately.

    How should I give Dentinox Infant Colic Drops? 

    Depending on your baby’s condition, you can administer this product for several weeks.

    Shake the bottle well before giving your baby a dose of the drops. 

    After every feeding of your little one, you can administer 2.5ml doses each.

    You have two options for administering this product. One is via the oral syringe provided in the product package, and the next is by adding it to your infant’s feeding bottle.

    Wash the syringe with warm water after using, and then let dry. Steam sterilization is not suitable. 

    You should not exceed giving 6 doses of 2.5ml each in a 24 hours stint.

    If, for several weeks of using the product, your baby’s colic symptoms persist or otherwise become worse, seek medical advice from your doctor or pharmacist immediately.

    Dentinox Infant Colic Drops is safe to use from birth onwards. This product has been manufactured to provide gentle relief for wind and grumbling pains of babies. 

    Do not store this product above 25°C. Maximum storage temperature is 25°C.

    Keep all medicines- including this product- out of sight and reach of children. 

    Check the product information leaflet for instructions about how to properly administer this product, including side effects and ingredients so that you can watch out for allergies. Call your doctor immediately if the side effects worsen, or if your baby is experiencing allergic reactions to the drops. 

    Contact your doctor or pharmacist if you have any queries or concerns about Dentinox Infant Colic Drops, including pertinent details about your baby’s medical history.

    How does dentinox Infant Colic Drops work?

    The active ingredient activated dimethicone found in Dentinox Infant Colic Drops is categorized as an “anti-foaming agent” type of medicine. What this substance does to alleviate colic is to bring all the small bubbles of gas together that have been trapped in the contents of the stomach. Consequently, these bubbles form into a larger component which then is more easily released by burping or passing wind. This process carried out by activated dimethicone takes place in the gut. The ingredient is not absorbed in your baby’s bloodstream.

    How long does my baby take Dentinox Infant Colic Drops for before I notice a difference? 

    Right after a feeding, you can give the drops to your baby (2.5ml per dose) to release any trapped air in his or her stomach. You can administer a maximum of 6 x 2.5ml doses to your child after every feeding within 24 hours. Contact your doctor if you have given your baby more than the recommended dosage, or if he or she experiences allergic reactions. 

    What are the side effects of Dentinox Infant Colic Drops? 

    All medicines have side effects, including Dentinox Infant Colic Drops, although not everybody experiences these.

    If your baby shows signs of allergy after taking the product, call your doctor right away. Symptoms of allergy are swelling, itchiness, rashes, hives, fever, runny nose, wheezing and breathing difficulties. 

    There generally is no known side effects of Dentinox Infant Colic Drops, but if your baby experiences discomforting reactions, notify your doctor or pharmacist. Thoroughly read the information leaflet that goes with the product to obtain knowledge about its side effects. Inform your doctor of other symptoms that your baby may be experiencing other than those indicated in the leaflet. 

    Speak to your doctor or consult our specialists at Click Pharmacy should you require any further advice.

    When shouldn’t my baby take Dentinox Infant Colic Drops?

    Do not begin this treatment if your baby has a thyroid disorder and is being treated for it. Prior to using this product, consult your doctor. If your baby is allergic to any of the ingredients contained in the product, don’t give it to him or her. Is your baby intolerant to certain sugars? Ask your doctor first because this product contains sucrose.

    What is the difference between Dentinox Infant Colic Drops and Simethicone/ Gasofilm?

    Simethicone, as an anti-foaming agent, is used to relieve bloating, pain and discomfort brought about by excess gas in the gut. Simethicone contains activated dimethicone, but dimethicone does not contain silica.

    Secondly, Gasofilm is also an available activated dimethicone medicine, but it is more expensive. It needs to be used with caution for patients below 18 years old and is therefore not safe for use with infants. 

    Side Effects

    Dentinox Infant Colic Drops are not known to cause any major side effects. The main side effect is the release of trapped air in the form of gas, which is the primary purpose of this drug.

    If your child displays symptoms of an allergic reaction, you should stop using Dentinox Infant Colic Drops immediately and seek medical advice as soon as possible.

    Patient Information Leaflet

    Always read the patient information leaflet before starting your treatment. The patient information can be  found here.

    Authored by

    Jana Abelovska

    Last reviewed

    02 October 2020

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