Glycerin candles for newborns and infants: instruction manual for the youngest
Constipation in the baby; it is not only unpleasant sensations, a painful tummy and crying. This is a big risk to the health of the child, because, finding no way out, toxins and all harmful substances accumulate inside, poisoning the body.
In order to know exactly what happened with this child, this trouble has occurred, it must be borne in mind that in the tiniest children, a half or two days without a chair are already considered constipation.
On average, children under the age of three months cough 2-4 times a day, children up to a year – 1-2 times. If these schedules are violated, then the baby needs help. Glycerin suppositories are one of the most effective options.
Let’s figure it out; whether it is possible to put glycerin suppositories for newborns and infants, how often to use a child’s laxative for breastfeeding, and what instructions for use should be adhered to so as not to harm the child with this agent with glycerin.
Composition, active substance, description, form of release
The active substance of the candles is a polyhydric alcohol glycerol (more often it is called glycerol). The pharmaceutical industry does not produce pure glycerin suppositories. As additional ingredients are:
Candles (experts call their suppositories) can be purchased in two types of dosages: in Glytelax, glycerin content is 0.75 g, in Glycerin NIZHFARM; 1.24 g.