Sainsbury's Diarrohea Relief Tablets Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Oral Health & Digestion
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Bowel Relief / Dosage Form: Tablets
Newest Review: ... was probably because I was dehydrated from losing so much water and to drink plenty. My friend in the flat next to me gave ... more
by - written on 16/06/13 (Very useful, 193 readings)
INTRODUCTION I've always been affllicted with a grumpy tummy. Even as a child I would frequently suffer from tummy bug-like symptoms for no obvious reason. Back then, in the 1980's, my family would feed me kaolin and morphine tablets. I think they were pink and chewable, and they tasted nice. They usually eased my gut cramps too - not surprising considering they contained morphine! These days, of course, morphine is a lot more regulated. The modern equivalent of this medicine still contains kaolin, but morphine has been replaced with calcium carbonate. I tried these Sainsbury's diarrhoea tablets a few years ago when I'd run out of my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/10, updated on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 764 readings)
Please don't get me wrong and think I suffer from diarrohea on a regular basis...I don't lol. I did think twice about writing this review actually.... I mean it's not really something we want to be talking about is it! However I see it as my public duty to, to make you see you are not alone and that there is help out there lol. I had a dodgy stomach a couple of times whilst on holiday recently. Late nights, spicy foods, curry for breakfast...ok I let myself go big time. Luckily I had purchased these and had them in my 'kit' for emergencies! The Packaging: White and dark green square box. On the front of the box I'm told that they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/14 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Last time I had to take anything for diarrhoea was about three months ago when I had been out with some friends and we went to a pretty dodgy Chinese place. The pains started that same night and by about four o'clock in the morning I was in pain, feeling sick and also had the runs. I sat on the loo for so long that I started to hallucinate and felt shivery and very weak and my legs went into cramps and when I phoned my dad he said that it was probably because I was dehydrated from losing so much water and to drink plenty. My friend in the flat next to me gave me some of her Sainsbury's diarrhoea Relief Tablets and they worked really well and quite quickly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
Picture this if you will. Wednesday night is curry night in our village. Shall I go on? Yes, well, anyway, curry night, meaning you get a good deal at the curry takeaway. I adore curries, my tummy does not. Usually two hours afterwards it starts to mumble, mutter and then splutter, causing a hurried trip to the bathroom. I know it is not the most pleasant thing to discuss, but we all have to deal with this every now and then and we need to sort it as soon as possible. I have a cupboard full of pills and a box of Sainsbury's Diarrohea tablets in there somewhere. Thankfully, I have not had to dip into them for a while. The last time though was indeed on a ... Read the complete review
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