Sporlac

What is Sporlac?

It is a preparation of spore bearing Lactic Acid Bacillus, which are all Gram positive, anaerobic, microaerophillic or aerotolerant homo fermentative rods. Each Tablet contains about 60 million spores of Lactic Acid Bacillus.They are highly stable and survive gastric acidity. They germinate in about 30 minutes of reaching the small intestine and proliferate rapidly by repeated fission.

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Hi.. my father having loose motion since morning. He has gone toilet 3 time since morning and its 80% liquid.

I have sporlac-ds with me.. can I...

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Brief Answer:
You can give

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Hello Simrat,

Yes, you can give sporlac Ds tablets or sporlac sachets or you can give Econorm sachets...

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What is recommended dose of Sporlac DS (120 M) for 9 years old kid. His weight is 25-30 kg. We are travelling and couldn't contact our family...

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one such twice daily

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Thanks for asking on HealthcareMagic.

Sporlac DS one such twice daily for 3-5 days is right to...

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i am prone to having motion immediately after meals. Stool tests negative. Advised Sporlac tablets by medical specialist. These are effective but...

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