Pharmacists: drugs that can cause flatulenceShared by:
Flatulence is the passage of intestinal gas through the rectum. It is a physiological process, and an average adult can pass at least 14 times of flatulence a day, consciously or unconsciously. Certain medical conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome, lactose intolerance and gastroenteritis, can cause excessive flatulence. Flatulence can be easily managed with anti-flatulence medications such as simethicone or diet modification. However, pharmacists need to know that certain medication can also induce flatulence.
27 Dec 2016 - General