Duromine and Movicol
Last updated on May 28th, 2018
One of the most common side effects of Duromine is changes in bowel movements. During the use of Duromine diet pills, people can experience diarrhea or constipation. After the Duromine use, constipation occurs most often.
To prevent this side effect of Duromine, it is advised to increase the fluid intake. A sufficient amount of fluid in the body can improve intracellular metabolism and to prevent the accumulation of toxins in the adipose tissue.
If the consumption of large amount of water does not help to get rid of constipation, laxatives can be prescribed to such patients. Laxative Movicol can be used in the combination with Duromine. This laxative is used as effective relief from constipation in children over 2 years old and adults.
Laxative Movicol is sold in Australia under the trade names: Movicol Junior, Movicol Chocolate, Movicol Liquid Orange Flavour, Movicol Flavour Free, Movicol-Half, and Movicol Junior Chocolate.
After the use of Movicol, the following side effects may occur: nausea, vomiting, abdominal bloating, and abdominal pain. Similar side effects may also occur after the Duromine use. Therefore, in the combined use of Movicol and Duromine, the risk of gastrointestinal side effects increases.
Movicol use is contraindicated in obese people with heart failure and intestinal diseases. Duromine can slow down the absorption of Movicol. Thus, when Movicol is included in the obesity therapy, the laxative should be taken 2 hours after the Duromine use.
It should be noted that tea and coffee contain a large amount of caffeine and tannins that promote dehydration. Therefore, those who experience constipation because of Duromine should refuse from the intake of large amount of these beverages.
Before using Duromine in the combination with a laxative (including Movicol), consult a health care professional. Before buying Duromine online in Australia, you can get a pharmacist’s consultation at any convenient time.