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Gentle overnight relief from constipation

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6 to 8 hours

Dulcoflex® offers fast-acting relief, working overnight to provide you with the comfort you need. In just 6 to 8 hours, you can be constipation free and have a better morning.

Easy bowel movements

Dulcoflex® stimulates your intestinal walls with gentle contractions, making your journey to relief smooth and easy. Say goodbye to the struggle and discomfort of constipation.

Softer stools

Dulcoflex® softens stools and paves the way to relief. Experience the nurturing effects of our gentle formula for instant constipation relief.

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    Similar to other laxatives, Dulcoflex tablets are not typically recommended for daily, long-term use. It is advisable to avoid taking Dulcoflex on a daily basis for an extended period of time.

    It is recommended to take Dulcoflex before bedtime, as it takes 6 to 8 hours for the medication to effectively work. By taking it before sleeping, you allow sufficient time for the medication to work overnight and pass stools in the morning. Children aged 10 years or younger with chronic or persistent constipation should only be treated under the guidance of a physician.

    It is important to follow the instructions provided by your physician when taking Dulcoflex 5mg tablets. In general, the recommended dosage for adults is 1-2 tablets, which should be taken at bedtime. However, it is crucial to consult your doctor for personalized advice based on your specific condition and medical history.

    Yes, Dulcoflex is a brand recommended by doctors across India, to treat constipation and related issues.

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