Product & Safety Notice
What are Senna Tablets?
Senna tablets are used to relieve occasional constipation. It is a herbal medicine taken for its laxative effect. This pack contains 24 senna tablets.
How should Senna tablets be taken?
Swallow the tablets whole with water.
Adults and elderly: take 2 tablets at bedtime
Do not exceed the stated dose.
When should Senna tablets be taken?
Senna tablets have a laxative effect and are taken to relieve occasional constipation. The tablets are made from the natural plant Alexandrian Senna andworksby irritating the lininginthe bowel, which causes a laxative effect and encourages bowel movement.
When should Senna tablets not be taken?
This product is not suitable for those under the age of 18. Do not take Senna tablets if you are allergic or sensitive to any of the ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet. These tablets are not suitable if you: have blockage or narrowing of the gastrointestinal tract or bowel, have paralysis or a lack of muscle tone in the bowel, have appendicitis or inflammatory bowel disease, have severe dehydration, have persistent or undiagnosed abdominal complaints, have rectal bleeding or blood in stool, have already taken a laxative and are still constipated, have had a sudden change in bowel habit that has lasted for more than 2 weeks or have kidney or heart failure.
Do I need a prescription to order Senna tablets?
No, you don’t require a prescription to order Senna tablets.
Can I take Senna tablets if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
No, you should not take these tablets if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Can I drink alcohol when I’m taking Senna tablets?
Yes, Senna tablets are not known to interact with alcohol. However, alcohol may cause dehydration and worsen constipation.
Do not give to anyone under the age of 18.
Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
Senna tablets do not help with weight loss.
Always read the information leaflet before use.
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