Gynaecological operations and childbirth

Why Wobenzym?

  • It significantly reduces the healing time.
  • It accelerates the clearing of swelling and bruising, relieves pain.
  • It fights inflammation and prevents chronic inflammation.

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Recommended dose of Wobenzym

First 7-10 days: 3x10 pills daily

Afterwards: 3x5 (later you can decrease to 3x3) pills daily until symptoms disappear

 Wobenzym should be taken in on empty stomach, never with food, at least 2 hours after the last meal. After using Wobenzym, avoid eating for at least another half an hour, so that the medicine does not get mixed with food. Drink at least 250 ml of fluids (water, tea, mineral water), do not chew the pills.

Attention! Incorrect use of the drug may significantly reduce the effect of the treatment.

If you use drugs against blood clotting after a surgery, are pregnant or breast-feeding, consult the use of Wobenzym with your physician.

No serious side effects have been reported during pregnancy and lactation in the child or mother throughout the use of Wobenzym in medical practice. Enzymes from Wobenzym do not pass into breast milk. Similarly to other drugs, however, Wobenzym use should be consulted with a doctor during pregnancy and lactation.

What package of Wobenzym should I buy?

The recommended package size is 2 x 200 pills up to 1 x 800 pills, depending on the expected healing period.


WOBENZYM® is a traditional remedy from natural sources for inner use. Please read the Patient Information Leaflet carefully.