Discover how DulcoSoft can help with constipation and be in with the chance to win £500 of John Lewis vouchers
DulcoSoft helps your body get comfortable relief from the first signs of constipation. Read on to find out more and enter our competition where you could win £500 of John Lewis vouchers.
Constipation is common and it affects people of all ages: around one in seven adults in the UK and up to one in three children have constipation at some point. It is also common during pregnancy as the body produces more of the female hormone progesterone at this time.
How do I know I am constipated?
Not only uncomfortable, constipation can get in the way of day-to-day life. When you’re constipated, passing stools becomes more difficult and less frequent than usual; it can vary from one person to another, and symptoms of constipation can also include stomach-ache and cramps, feeling bloated, sick and a loss of appetite.
DulcoSoft oral solution
DulcoSoft can be taken from the first signs of discomfort: simply mix the flavourless solution into your favourite drink preferably in the morning, for effective, comfortable relief so you can get on with your to-do-list.
How does DulcoSoft work?
DulcoSoft contains macrogol, which is the most prescribed ingredient to treat constipation. It works with the body by using the water naturally present in the colon to soften the stools and make bowel movements more comfortable.
Who can take DulcoSoft?
As it is suitable for the whole family (including children from two years old, pregnant and breastfeeding women), everyone can stay comfortable. This product is not suitable for children under 2 years old. For children aged between two and eight years, pregnant and breastfeeding women, advice from a doctor is recommended.
DulcoSoft is a medical device that contains macrogol 4000. Always read the label. SAGB.DULC220.127.116.111
DulcoSoft is offering one lucky Mumsnetter a voucher worth £500 to spend at John Lewis – simply answer the question below correctly to be in with a chance of winning.
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