Bifilac Capsule

Do you have sleepless nights due to indigestion, constipation, or diarrhea? Stop Worrying! Bifilac capsule comes to your rescue. Bifilac helps in preventing gas and diarrhea caused in kids, babies, and adults.

Bifilac Capsules Benefits

What is Bifilac Capsule?

Bifilac is an anti-diarrheal medicine that is used for curing problems like irritable bowel syndrome, diarrhea, and bacterial infections in children. Bifilacis in Bifilac is a probiotic, and the live bacteria which is known to be a dietary supplement.

Bifilac Forms: Capsule, Lozenges, Sachets & Syrup

Bifilac Composition:
Lactobacillus Sporogenes – 50 Million Spores
Streptococcus Faecalis – 30 Million Spores
Clostridium Butyricum – 2 Million Spores
Bacillus Mesentericus – 1 Million Spores

You can take Bifilac in any form, as prescribed by your physician.

How Does Bifilac Capsule Work?

Bifilac improves the overall working and immunity of the digestive system. Let us now explain to you in detail how Bifilac work?

  • Bifilac contains probiotics, which are live microorganisms, also known as ‘good bacteria’. When these ‘good bacteria’ are taken orally, they help in changing the balance of microbes or flora in the intestine.
  • Bifilac capsules works when bad bacteria or pathogens outgrow the good bacteria and cause illness in our body. It increases the balance of good bacteria in our gut, which fights back the overgrown pathogen that causes illness in our body.
  • The good bacteria fights back with the bad bacteria and prevents several diseases.

Interactions of Bifilac Casule

Interaction means the effect of two parallel drugs on the human body when taken together. Some medicines interact with tobacco or alcohol, while Bifilac tablets are known to have an adverse effect on Antibiotic drugs & Immunosuppressants.

Uses of Bifilac Capsule

Bifilac is most commonly used for treating problems like:

  • Immunity building
  • Diarrhea
  • Gastrointestinal disorders like colitis, gastroenteritis.
  • Constipation & Indigestion
  • Issues related to Lactose intolerance
  • Irritable bowel syndrome & Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Reduction of serum cholesterol

Bifilac Capsules are beneficial in treating Bacterial Infection too. It kills bad bacteria and helps in growing good bacteria in the body.

What happens if a dose of Bifilac is missed?

For best results, it is advised that the medicine should be taken as prescribed by your medical practitioner. The Bifilac tablets may not have a good impact if the dose is missed. For an effective result, a certain amount of drug needs to be present in your body at all times. Even if you miss a dose, do not ever take a double dose.

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Bifilac Capsule Dosage – How to Take it?

Do not chew the tablet. Make sure to swallow the entire tablet at one go. Take the dosage as suggested by a doctor. More instruction on Bifilac below:

  • Dosage or form of Bifilac depends upon the severity of the ailment and age of the patient, as prescribed by your medical practitioner
  • Bifilac is generally taken with food, (for those who get an upset stomach after taking medicine), or immediately after food
  • Bifilac capsules should be swallowed as a whole; do not crush or chew it.
  • Keep a proper gap between two dosages.
  • Do not consume the medicine for long without a doctor’s prescription.
  • In case you do not see any improvement, it is advisable to consult a doctor immediately.
  • Some people might experience headaches, drowsiness, or dizziness after taking Bifilac capsules. To avoid such problems do nit drive after consuming the medicine.
  • Bifilac should not be consumed with alcohol. If consumed with alcohol may increase the risk of side effects such as drowsiness and headache.

Bifilac – General Warning

The following points need to be kept in mind while taking Bifilac. One should not consume in the following cases:

  • If a person is allergic to any of the components present in Bifilac.
  • Bifilac should not be taken by people suffering from any liver disease.
  • People suffering from kidney diseases.
  • Pregnant women or breastfeeding women – they need to consult their doctors before consuming Bifilac.
  • Women must consult their gynecologist if they are having menstrual cramps, period bleeding, abdominal pain before using the medicine.
  • People who are intolerant to this medicine.
  • Do consult a pediatrician before giving Bifilac to infants.
  • Make sure that you tell your doctor about all your diseases and medications that you are on before taking Bifilac.
  • Fluid items, sustenances, powders, or chewable tablets may contain sugar as well as aspartame. If you have diabetes, phenylketonuria (PKU), or any other problem, do consult with your doctor before starting the Bifilac tablets.
  • Always check the expiry date on the package before buying the medicine.

Side Effects of Bifilac Capsule

Some of the side effects of Bifilac include:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Rashes on skin
  • Nausea or dizziness
  • Headache
  • Acute toxicity

In case you experience any such symptom, you must consult a doctor at once.

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How to Store Bifilac Capsules?

  • Always store the medicine at room temperature. Make sure you keep it away from direct light (unless mentioned in the package otherwise).
  • Keep the medicine away from children.

Bifilac FAQs

Is Bifilac an antibiotic?

No, Bifilac is not antibiotic. It is a probiotic that encourages good bacteria growth in the human body.

How to give Bifilac sachet to babies?

You can mix the sachets in water to give to babies.

How to mix Bifilac sachet?

You can mix Bifilac sachets in water for the best results.

Is Bifilac a good probiotic?

Yes, it encourages the growth of good bacteria that fights back with harmful bacteria and prevent health problems.

What is Bifilac used for?

Bifilac is used to treat diarrhea and indigestion.

Can Bifilac be given in breastfeeding mothers?

Yes, it can be given to breastfeeding mothers.

Can Bifilac be taken after antibiotics?

Yes, because antibiotics generally kill good bacteria.

Can Bifilac be taken during stomach flu?

Yes, Bifilac helps to treat all forms of diarrhoea.

Can Bifilac be taken daily?

Consult your physician for appropriate dose and intake.

Can Bifilac dry syrup use for five months, baby?

Yes, Bifilac syrup is safe for five months old baby.

Can Bifilac sachet mix with water?

Yes, you can mix it water and have it after your meal.

Can BP patients take Bifilac for diarrhea?

Consult your doctor before the intake of the medicine.

Can we take Bifilac during pregnancy?

Bifilac should be consumed when necessary and with caution, especially during pregnancy.

Does Bifilac cause constipation?

Yes, it might cause constipation.

How many times should Bifilac be given?

An adult can take Bifilac 1-2 times a day. There should be 4-6 hours between both the doses.

How much time does Bifilac take to control?

It takes a couple of hours to a few days for the complete treatment.

Is Bifilac available in the pharmacy?

Yes, it is readily available at the medical stores.

Thus, we see that Bifilac is an effective medicine that is used for treating diarrhea, constipation, and indigestion in children.

Disclaimer – The above information is based on the detailed research. Please consult the physician before its intake.

Dr. Alok Pandey

Dr. Alok Pandey

Dr. Alok Pandey is a Sr. resident in medicine at Kailash Hospital. He holds an experience of 5 years. In the past, he has worked at Max Hospital and Ankur Nursing Home. Mr. Pandey has completed Fellowship from the college of physician and surgeon in 2015. In the year 2014, he completed his masters in Orthopedics surgery, and in 2010 he completed his bachelor of medicine and surgery.

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Dr. Alok Pandey

Dr. Alok Pandey is a Sr. resident in medicine at Kailash Hospital. He holds an experience of 5 years. In the past, he has worked at Max Hospital and Ankur Nursing Home. Mr. Pandey has completed Fellowship from the college of physician and surgeon in 2015. In the year 2014, he completed his masters in Orthopedics surgery, and in 2010 he completed his bachelor of medicine and surgery.

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