Cura-Heat Irritable Bowel Heat Pads Reviews
Description:Pain Relief. Air activated heat packs that help subside abdominal pains, spasms, cramps, pains and aches.
Newest Review: ... side. The idea is that you stick it to your clothing and it will gradually heat up over the day (I stick them to my knickers ... more
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Cura-Heat Irritable Bowel Syndrome Packs 3 pads
Cura - Heat Irritable Bowel Syndrome is an air - activated heat p ...
Last Update 16.12.2013 19:59
Customer Cura-Heat Irritable Bowel Heat Pads Reviews (5)
by - written on 29/12/09 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Although Cura-Heat Irritable Bowel Syndrome heat pads are sold for IBS symptoms I use them for menstrual cramps. I pick up boxes of three heat pads in poundland but they are also available at Boots and other pharmacies for around £3.79 per packet. Using a hot water bottle or a microwavable wheat pouch is a brilliant way to soothe many types of pains, the problem is that your hot water bottle is not much use if you are out and about so a smaller air activated heating pad can be useful. Each of the Cura-heat pads is around 3 by 4 inches in size and only a couple of mm thick so can easily be slipped into your bag. To use the heat pack you remove it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I do not actually have irritable bowel syndrome myself but I do have something similar. I find that whenever I get extremely stressed over something I experience agonising stomach cramps, which get really severe over the time of examinations at university, interviews, etc. I also struggle with extremely bad period pain at these times. It was when I was struggling with a particularly bad episode of period pains that I decided to go online and search for cures, as painkillers just weren't helping! Everywhere I went I found recommendations for warm baths or heat pads so I decided to give it a go! I bought these heat pads from Lloyds Pharmacy in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Before I get stuck into writing this review I would first off like to point out that I don't suffer with irritable bowl syndrome (thank goodness) and these patches are called that. However in Boots the chemist I had terrible period pains and was suffering stomach cramps and my stomach was on the move and making all sorts of weird noises! I got talking to the pharmacist in there because I wanted something to elevate the symptoms but because I have an eating disorder, and am on other medications etc I have to be very careful what I take. As he pointed out these can also be used for cramps, aches and pains and there is no saying that you have to use them on the stomach (or . Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/13, updated on 15/05/13 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I unfortunately suffer from IBS and when I get stomach cramps all I want to do is curl up in a ball with a hot water bottle. However, at work this isn't always possible which is why I tried our heat pads as they work as well (if not better) than a hot water bottle but are more discreet. ***The packaging*** These come in a cardboard box with three individually sealed sachets inside. The idea is that you should open each sachet as you need a heat pad (they are air activated so only open them as you need them). The pads themselves are incredibly un-glamorous but they work so I am not going to complain. They have two sides to them a silver sticky side ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/09 (Useful, 39 readings)
Although I do not have I.B.S I have used these heat pads for cramp and they work brilliantly. The pack contains three one use pads sealed in plastic wrappers. When a pad is removed from its wrapper it makes contact with the air. This is what activates the heat pad. It does not heat up immediately but gradually heats to the maximum temperature over the first 30 minutes. The box contains multiple warnings that remind to user to place it on clothing, not in direct contact with the skin. The pads have sticky side which is best stuck to a t-shirt or underwear. Although they do no damage to clothing, it is still best to stick it to something basic and ... Read the complete review
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