IMODIUM Quick-Dissolve tablets dissolve instantly on your tongue for fast, effective relief of diarrhea. These tiny tablets do not require water, so they are the perfect option for on-the-go relief anytime, anywhere.
- Instantly melts on your tongue
- No water needed
- Perfect for on-the-go relief
- Fast-dissolving mint flavoured tablets
For fast and effective relief from symptoms that come with diarrhea. Often relives diarrhea in just one dose.
Dosage for Adults and Children 12+
Take 2 IMODIUM Quick-Dissolve tablets initially and 1 tablet every time you have a loose bowel movement, to a maximum of 8 tablets per day. Do not exceed the recommended dose. Stop use if you have a solid or hard stool or if you go for 24 hours without a bowel movement.
IMODIUM products are not recommended for children under 12 years of age except on the advice of a doctor.
Active Ingredient: Each tablet contains 2 mg loperamide hydrochloride
Nonmedicinal Ingredients (alphabetical): Aspartame, gelatin, mannitol, mint flavour, sodium bicarbonate.
IMODIUM should be taken by the mouth. You can take IMODIUM at any time of day. The IMODIUM LIQUI-GEL capsules should be taken with liquid. The Quick-Dissolve tablet is a fast-dissolving tablet which can be taken without fluid. The tablet disintegrates within seconds on the surface of the tongue and is then swallowed with the saliva. The Quick-Dissolve tablets should not be pushed through the blister, as this would damage them. To take the tablets out of the blister, pull up the edge of the foil, tear the foil completely off, press out and then remove the tablet. The dose for the Calming Liquid should be administered with the attached measuring cup only.
When you have diarrhea,
- You lose a lot of fluids. Therefore, drink plenty of clear fluids, water, unsweetened juices or clear soups.
- Avoid drinking alcohol or milk and refrain from eating fruit, green vegetables, and spicy or fatty foods. These items tend to aggravate diarrhea.
Stop use if you have a solid or hard stool or if you go for 24 hours without a bowel movement.
In case of drug overdose, contact a health care practitioner, hospital emergency department or regional Poison Control Centre immediately, even if there are no symptoms.