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is it ok to take miralax, colace and amitiza together?


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#1 nogo

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Posted 12 June 2007 - 09:01 AM

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I used to take colace and mineral oil together and ultimately that gave me some miserable trapped gas. I subsequently found out that they shouldn't be taken together, though I don't know why. I did get relief from the combo, just gas later. Can I take miralax, colace and amitiza without side affects other than gas? Anyone do this? kinda desperate right now.


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#2 tltrull

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Posted 12 June 2007 - 12:21 PM

I used to take colace and mineral oil together and ultimately that gave me some miserable trapped gas. I subsequently found out that they shouldn't be taken together, though I don't know why. I did get relief from the combo, just gas later. Can I take miralax, colace and amitiza without side affects other than gas? Anyone do this? kinda desperate right now.

From what I can tell there are no interactions to be worried about. If ever in doubt, ask your doctor or pharmacist.http://www.drugdiges...ion/ChooseDrugs

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Posted 12 June 2007 - 06:10 PM

thanks for your response. The docs tell you to take stuff, then I read the scariest things about combining them on the label. I know, even Tylenol's warning label will scare you to death. Geesh, if only the fear of taking the stuff would scare the poop out of me, I'd be all set! LOL!





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