Cremaffin Syrup is a Syrup manufactured by Abbott India Ltd. It is commonly used for the diagnosis or treatment of Stool softener, acidity, indigestion, ulcers, constipation. It has some side effects such as Anal irritation, seepage, diarrhea, loss of appetite, tiredness. The salts Liquid Paraffin (1.25mg), Magnesium Hydroxide (3.75mg), Sodium Picosulphate(3.3mg) are involved in the preparation of Cremaffin Syrup.
What are the side effects of
Loss Of Appetite
This is not an exhaustive list of side effects.
Please inform your doctor if you experience any adverse reaction to the medication.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it habit inducing like smoking?
The syrup is sweet and savoury, so it might be tempting to take a little more of the medicine, but it is not habit forming like smoking. However, caution must be practised in dosage.
Are there Cremaffin Syrup substitutes?
Yes, there are Cremaffin Syrup alternatives! Cremaffin Syrup can be purchased as a 5mg tablet, as a sugar-free syrup in 100ml, 250ml and 450ml bottles. Cremaffin Syrup Plus is another variant of the syrup with Sodium Picosulfate and it is usually stronger in composition and taken only on prescription. Cremaffin Syrup alternatives include Laxito Plus Liquid, Sofalux Suspension, Kinlax Plus Sugar-Free Syrup, etc.
How to store Cremaffin Syrup?
Do not refrigerate it. Leave at room temperature, usually under 28? and in a cool place.