A bowel re-training program with sorbitol, stool softeners
and/or MOM substituted for the irritant laxative is preferred.
Specifically, they have increased their water consumption (74%), increased their fiber intake (72%), or taken stool softeners
Colace Capsules, the #1 recommended stool softener
brand by doctors and pharmacists, relieves occasional constipation.
Colace(R) Capsules, the #1 recommended stool softener
brand by doctors and pharmacists, relieves occasional constipation that may be associated with certain medical conditions.
Docusate sodium is also added as a precautionary stool softener
CitraNatal Assure contains calcium citrate, a source known for proven absorption and no gas production to help ease GI discomfort during pregnancy, a gentle dual-iron formulation of carbonyl iron and ferrous gluconate for gentle absorption, tolerability and safety, and a stool softener
to help ease constipation often associated with pregnancy.
1) It also contains a gentle stool softener
known as docusate sodium, which is an added benefit for approximately 50 percent of pregnant women who suffer from irregularity at some point in their pregnancy.
4) Ferralet 90 is free of lactose and gluten, features a vanilla scent and contains docusate sodium, a gentle and effective stool softener
, to help prevent side effects that may occur in women who are sensitive to iron therapy.
The Citracal(R) prenatal pack includes daily tablets containing a balanced dose of prescription-strength vitamins and minerals, including Citracal(R) calcium citrate and folic acid, as well as a stool softener
Taking or using stool softeners
or laxative medicines may worsen diarrhea, patients should talk to their HCP before taking or using these medicines.
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A highlights comes when she's kitted out with high-tech gadgets by the agency's Q type, mischievously disguised as haemorrhoid wipes, a spray for a fungal infection and - yes, really - stool softeners