Remegel Wind Relief

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Information specific to: Remegel Wind Relief.

About Remegel Wind Relief and how it works

This medicine helps relieves the symptoms and discomfort caused by indigestion and excess acidity such as heartburn, flatulence, belching and burping.

This medicine has two main ingredients which work together to relieve the pain and discomfort caused by excess acid and trapped wind: calcium carbonate and simeticone. Calcium carbonate works by neutralising excess acid and protects the stomach lining from acid attack. Simeticone is an antiflatulent and works as an antifoaming agent. It joins small bubbles of gas trapped in the stomach to form large bubbles which can then be easily expelled as wind or during belching or burping.

This medicine is available in the form of soft tablets that are chewed.

Consult your doctor if your symptoms do not improve, or if they get worse during treatment with this medicine.

Before using Remegel Wind Relief

This medicine may not be suitable for everyone and some people must never take it. Check the leaflet that comes with your medicine to make sure that the medicine is suitable before taking it.

Always get advice from a healthcare professional before taking this medicine if:

  • you are allergic or sensitive to or have had a reaction to any of the ingredients in the medicine
  • this medicine is for a child under 12 years of age
  • you have kidney problems
  • you have high levels of calcium in your blood
  • you have diabetes
  • you are on a low phosphorus diet or are malnourished

Medicines interactions

If you are taking more than one medicine they may interact with each other. Before taking this medicine consult your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines including vitamins, supplements and herbal or complementary preparations.

The following medicines may interact with this medicine:

  • tetracyclines
  • digoxin

Possible side effects of Remegel Wind Relief

Most medicines can cause some side-effects but not everyone taking the same medicine will get the same side-effects.

The following side-effects have been associated with people taking this medicine:

  • abnormally low levels of phosphorus - this may happen if you are on a low phosphorus diet or are malnourished
  • constipation

Pregnancy and breast-feeding

If you are trying to become pregnant, are pregnant, or are breast-feeding, you should seek medical advice before taking this medicine.

Other important information

Make sure that you read the leaflet that comes with your medicine to check what dose you should take and if there is anything that you need to do if you take more than the recommended dose. If you are in any doubt about whether this medicine is suitable for you, speak to your doctor or pharmacist.

This medicine may affect the absorption of other medicines taken at the same time. It is best to take other medicines at a different time of day to this medicine.

Keep all medicines out of the sight and reach of children.

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