Gastica Bottle Of 15ml Oral Drops
Gastica drops are a paediatric medicine specially formulated for infants and toddlers. It is used for relieving flatulence (gas), abdominal pain, and infantile colic (abnormal crying or fussiness in a healthy child). It contains a combination of simethicone, dill oil and fennel oil.
Simethicone expels trapped gas & relieves discomfort, while dill oil & fennel oil reduces spasm & increase intestinal motility. Gastica drops should be used as advised by the doctor or pharmacist. If there is no improvement in your baby's condition reach out to your doctor. Colicaid oral drop and Coliza oral liquid also contain a combination of simethicone, dill oil and fennel oil.
|You Save||₹8.70 (15% on MRP)|
|Contains||Simethicone / Simeticone(40.0 Mg/Ml) + Dill Oil(0.005 Ml/Ml) + Fennel Oil(0.0007 Ml/Ml)|
|Uses||Flatulence, infantile colic|
|Therapy||ANTI-FLATULENT AND DIGESTANTS|
Uses of GASTICA BOTTLE OF 15ML ORAL DROPS
Ingredients and Benefits of GASTICA BOTTLE OF 15ML ORAL DROPS
- Gastica drops contain a combination of simethicone, dill oil and fennel oil. These ingredients are known to improve digestion and reduce gas or bloating.
- Simethicone reduces the excess gas in the stomach by reducing the surface tension of gas and making its expulsion easier.
- Dill oil & fennel oil helps to relax the abdominal muscles and relieves colic pain, mild spasm and a bloated or swollen belly.
Precautions and Warnings of GASTICA BOTTLE OF 15ML ORAL DROPS
Other General Warnings
- Your child is allergic to any ingredients of Gastica drops.
- Your child shows any discomfort after using these drops.
- Your child develops any rash, swelling of the mouth, face, lips and tongue, or difficulty breathing after using Gastica drops.
- Your child has hereditary problems like fructose intolerance or glucose-galactose malabsorption.
Directions for Use of GASTICA BOTTLE OF 15ML ORAL DROPS
- Use Gastica drops as advised by the doctor or pharmacist.
- Shake the bottle well before every use.
- Use the calibrated dropper provided in the pack and replace the cap immediately after use.
- Gastica drops should be taken 15 mins before feeding or as told by the doctor.
- Do not take Gastica drops more than the recommended dose.
Storage and disposal of GASTICA BOTTLE OF 15ML ORAL DROPS
- Store Gastica drops at room temperature.
- Keep it away from children and pets.
Quick Tips of GASTICA BOTTLE OF 15ML ORAL DROPS
- Gastica oral drop is an anti-flatulent and digestant used for relieving gas, bloating, indigestion, gripping pain and infantile colic in infants and children.
- Give this medicine to the child exactly as recommended by your doctor. Shake well before use. Use a dropper or measuring cup for the exact quantity.
- Inform your doctor if your child's condition is not improved even after using Gastica oral drop.
- Also, inform your doctor about all other medicines that your baby or child takes and their complete medical history.
- If your child or baby experiences an allergic reaction after taking Gastica oral drops, inform your doctor immediately.
- If the child is breastfeeding, try avoiding certain foods from the mother's diet that may cause gas to the baby.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can Gastica paediatric drops be given daily?
Q: Can Gastica drops drop given after vaccination?
Q: Should Gastica drops be given before or after feeding?
Q: How do Gastica drops work?
Q: Can I mix Gastica drops with milk before giving?
Q: Is Gastica drops safe for a newborn baby?
Q: Can I mix Gastica drops with milk before giving them to my child?
Q: What is the use of Gastica drops?
Q: Is Gastica drops safe for infants?
Q: Can Gastica be given after feed?
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