What Is Trimebutina Used For

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white round pill . also has debridat written on the box

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Verwon Says:
Trimebutina contains the active ingredient Miopropan, this is used to treat conditions such as IBS and to prevent constipation and diarrhea after bowel sugery.

Side effects can include: nausea, dizziness, headache and dyspepsia

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crissy Says:
Does this medicine trimebutina help with constipation or does it just prevented it due to ibs-c? And what dosage should I ask for and how often should it be taken for a adult female 155lbs age 50 thank you!!

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Baba Says:
I just want to know is this medicine Trimebutina only for female and i am from india hw can i buy this medicine does it having any specific salt name please provide the infomation...

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Sylvia Rivera Says:
I was in Mexico, stopped by a pharmacy ask for a medication that would help with bloating adominal pain. I was given "Espabion" trimebutina 200mg. I was told to take a pill before each meal( assuming 3x a day).

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Alicia Says:
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where can I find it in USA and how much is it?

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Namrebod Says:
I was diagnosed with Colitis in 2014 and Trimebutina was prescribed for bloating,
GAS, pains and diarrhea. (I live in Mexico). 100 mg every 12 hrs. It helped. Also discovered lactose/gluten intolerance. Now, one year later I take Trimebutina only occasionally, it does not exhaust me so much anymore, but it seems, and I say
seems to cause hot flashes, (I am well past menopause, 71 yrs old), and strange
pains and heaviness in my legs, where I can hardly walk. It had been suggested that this leg weakness was related to my age, but my legs have always been extremely strong, so I don't believe it. This "leg-problem" comes and goes and seems to be related to the times when I have intestinal problems and take Trimebutina for several days. I would be interested to hear from anyone with a
similar problem since I have found nothing on the web in this regard.

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InventingJoy Says:
Similar problem, similar age, also live in Mx. I have leg, more specifically thigh pain. I have not yet taken said med. What helps: a bannana a day stops the cramps. The leg pain: Reductive Gell by El Sanador or ArnicaDOL Gel cheap at Waldos. I don't like the intensive smelling stuff or heavy camphor. It works anyway without that stuff. Please post your results. I want to know.

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Sandy Says:
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Can you please tell me if it worked for constipation.?

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Martha Says:
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Well I took 1pill of trimebutina 200mg because the constipation , plus one cup with 2 tablespoons of grains flax seed , and this morning I whent to the bathroom and I have a pleasant relief

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