A popular German drug for diarrhea disappeared from Sverdlovsk pharmacies

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One of the most popular drugs for diarrhea has ceased to be sold in Sverdlovsk pharmacies. We are talking about the medicine “Hilak Forte”. This was reported by readers of URA.RU. “Hilak forte” is produced in Germany.

“Hilak forte is a very popular drug that is prescribed for diarrhea. And he was really effective. Now it is unrealistic to buy it in Sverdlovsk pharmacies, ”the agency’s interlocutors share.

In a telephone conversation with a URA.RU journalist, a pharmacist from the Ural capital, Irina, said that drug analogues are presented in pharmacy chains. “Certainly, Hilak Forte is an effective drug. However, do not panic, as high-quality analogues are presented on the pharmaceutical market. The patient just needs to contact their doctor, ”she said.

Indications of the drug “Hilak forte”:

  • Violations of the physiological flora of the small and large intestines (during and after treatment with antibiotics or sulfonamides, radiation therapy);
  • Digestive insufficiency syndrome, dyspepsia;
  • Diarrhea, flatulence, constipation;
  • Gastroenteritis, colitis;
  • Senile bowel syndrome (chronic, atrophic gastroenteritis);
  • Gastrointestinal disorders caused by climate change;
  • Hypo- and anacid states;
  • Enterogenic diseases of the gallbladder and liver;
  • Allergic skin diseases (urticaria, endogenously caused chronic eczema);
  • Salmonellosis in the stage of convalescence (including in infants).

Earlier URA.RU wrote that a number of drugs left the country’s pharmaceutical market. Sverdlovsk residents note that they cannot purchase the following medicines: Zoloft, Gikamtin, Derinat, Fluimucil, Solu-Cortef, Ozempik, Kortineff, ibuprofen, Tamoxifen, Divigel, Roaccutane, Klacid, Seroquel, Ziflucort, Amoxiclav, Ferinject.

(source:ura)

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