Bisodol Indigestion Relief 100 Tablets

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Bisodol Tablets 

Bisodol indigestion relief tablets have a unique triple action formula containing three powerful antacids which quickly and effectively neutralise excess acid in the stomach to provide effective, rapid relief from acid indigestion, heartburn and trapped wind.

Get rapid relief with Bisodol Indigestion Relief Tablets:

Get relief from indigestion (dyspepsia), heartburn, and flatulence with Bisodol. Our original peppermint-flavoured tablets come in a handy pocket pack of 30, or 100 tablets split into 5 rolls of 20.

Bisodol indigestion relief tablets:

For adults and children over 12 years. Suck or chew one or two tablets as required. Not recommended for children under 12 years. If symptoms persist, please consult your doctor. If you are pregnant talk to your doctor before using this medicine. Always read the package leaflet.

Category: Antacids and Gastrointestinal

Manufacturer: TEVA UK LTD

Bisodol Tablets Uses: 

Relief of indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia and flatulence.

Bisodol Tablets Ingredients: 

The active ingredients are calcium carbonate 522 mg, light magnesium carbonate 68 mg and sodium bicarbonate 64 mg
  • Calcium Carbonate 522mg
  • Light Magnesium Carbonate 68mg
  • Sodium Bicarbonate 64mg

Bisodol Tablets Dosage

Adults: suck or chew 1 or 2 tablets as required.
Under 12 years: not recommended.


Indigestion and heartburn often occur together, but you can also get one without the other. Indigestion usually happens after you eat, although you might not notice it straightaway after a meal. You may have indigestion if you:

  • have pain or discomfort high up in your tummy
  • feel uncomfortably full and bloated
  • experience belching, flatulence and trapped wind
  • feel sick or vomit

Heartburn is a distinctive burning pain rising up behind your breastbone, caused by your stomach acid irritating the lining of your food pipe (oesophagus). You might also notice an acidic taste in the back of your throat.

Heartburn is most common after eating a large meal. Fatty foods, large portions, and late-night meals are the top three triggers that affect many people with heartburn. However, certain exercises such as crunches and ab work can sometimes trigger heartburn, as well as certain medications.

The most common foods and drinks that cause heartburn are:

  • alcohol and in particular, red wine
  • caffeinated drinks
  • spicy foods, garlic black pepper and raw onions
  • chocolate
  • citrus fruits and products, such as oranges and orange juice
  • tomatoes
  • peppermint

 Source- TEVA UK