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Miralax has active ingredients of polyethylene glycol 3350. It is often used in constipation. (latest outcomes from Miralax 15,544 users)
Systemic leakage (a condition in which fluid and proteins leak out of tiny blood vessels and flow into surrounding tissues) (latest reports from 5 Systemic leakage patients).
On Aug, 25, 2016
No report is found.
Good morning I just come across this site while I was looking side effects of mirilax. I had a bad fall in shower and have horrific tear in my shoulder. The doctor put me on some pain medicine and I had me daughter pick up some mirilax for constipation. I have never taken mirilax before but ...
hi i have hep c sense 2000 my i,ve had the usual meds interfuren and the peg no help so i just took care of my self for 16 years until i got a new med morphine sulfate 15 mg my labs shot from ast 66 alt 71 to almost double so be careful with new meds for pain i have had a scan and found a new ...
Hi, My 10 year old son has been on Miralax for a few months and has started to experience pretty severe acid reflux. He is constantly clearing his throat and tastes a bitter taste in his throat. This is particularly severe after he eats. Anyone experience anything like this?
My little boy has taken miralax for 10 years off and on now he has been diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder called lichen planus any advice of course we have stopped the miralax I just wondered if there was a connection with the many years of miralax intake?
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