Helps reduce pre-menstrual bloat, puffiness and tenderness by eliminating excess pre-menstrual water weight.
Premenstrual syndrome is a problem that affects most women at some time in their lives, yet only recently has it been the subject of serious research. It is estimated that over four million women in this country alone suffer from some form of PMS. At its worst, it has been blamed for some really serious problems. In its mildest form, it can often make normal, even-tempered women irritable and uncomfortable. Few women even realise that what they are suffering with even has a name - PMS. But recognition of its symptoms can help in counteracting many of its problems.
Before using Aqua Ban
Do not take if you suffer from liver or kidney disease. Aqua Ban is unsuitable for children or the elderly. Aqua Ban is not indicated for use in pregnant women but it may be used during breast feeding, if required.
Do not exceed the stated dose.
Will the medicine suit you?
Discontinue use if signs of abdominal pain, nausea or headache occur. If you experience any other side-effect or are unsure of anything, contact your doctor or pharmacist.
If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
What to do if an overdose has been taken :
If you accidentally take too much Aqua Ban, see your doctor at once or contact your local hospital casualty department. It will help if you keep the pack with you for reference.
Remember - keep all medicines out of the reach of children
Store at room temperature
Do not use after the 'use by' date.
Two tablets should be taken three times a day after meals, starting 4 or 5 days before expected menstrual period.
Do not take for more than 5 days in any one month. Discontinue at onset of period.
Each Tablet contains : Ammonium Chloride BP 325mg and Caffeine Anhydrous BP 100mg
Also contains E131 and Microcrystalline Cellulose