Constipation (women) - prucalopride (TA211)
NICE recommends prucalopride as a possible treatment for women with chronic constipation.
Who can have prucalopride?
You should be able to have prucalopride if:
- you have tried at least two different types of laxatives at the highest possible recommended doses, for at least 6 months, and this has not helped your constipation and
- you and your doctor are considering invasive treatment for your constipation.
This page was last updated: 27 February 2014
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