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Description of Infacol

Infacol oral suspension is specially formulated to relieve abdominal and colic in babies and helps effectively trapped air to escape. One can use from birth, for an indefinite period.


Infacol containing simethicone with a concentration of 40 mg / ml as the main component. Simethicone helps trapped air in the stomach and intestines to liberate. Simeticone ensures that the small gas bubbles are merged into large bubbles that easily by your baby as air can be discharged.

Use of Infacol

Shake the bottle first. Fill the pipette twice by squeezing a rubber balloon. Wipe the excess liquid to the outside of the pipette off on the inside of the bottle. In order to serve, squeeze the rubber balloon and drop the Infacol behind the tongue of your baby. The bottle contains approximately 100 doses. A filled pipette (0.5ml) before each meal administration. If necessary this can temporarily be increased to two filled pipettes (1 ml).

Ingredients Infacol

Main component: simethicone 40 mg / ml Other ingredients: sodium, hypromellose, orange flavor, methyl hydroxybenzoate, propyl hydroxybenzoate, purified water.


Infacol simethicone is not absorbed into the body. From Infacol are no known side effects. Methyl hydroxybenzoate and propyl hydroxybenzoate may (possibly delayed) allergic reactions.
If you think your baby is allergic to any of the ingredients, ask your doctor for advice before use.
(£13,27 / 100 ml)

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    We have used infacol until my son was 3 years old. It's not a panacea but it softened his pain when he had colics.

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You can order Infacol by Vemedia Pharma , produced by TEVA PHARMA BELGIUM , in United Kingdom at FARMALINE by visiting the collection Great Offers or the following category:
Pregnancy & Baby > Selfcare Pregnancy > Intestinal Disorders
Pregnancy & Baby > Sick Child > Intestinal Disorders
Pregnancy & Baby > Selfcare Pregnancy > Intestinal Disorders > Cramps