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MILK OF Magnesia vs Maalox

MILK OF Magnesia
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Maalox
Other name: Magnesium Hydroxide (Magnesium Hydroxide)
Other name: Tums (Tums)
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Magnesium hydroxide is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula Mg(OH)2. As a suspension in water, it is often called milk of magnesia because of its milk-like appearance. The solid mineral form of magnesium hydroxide is known as brucite.Mag...
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Maalox is a brand name antacid containing aluminium hydroxide and magnesium hydroxide to neutralize or reduce stomach acid. Maalox helps relieve symptoms of excessive stomach acidity in patients with indigestion, heartburn, gastroesophageal reflux diseas...
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Magnesium hydroxide is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula Mg(OH)2. As a suspension in water, it is often called milk of magnesia because of its milk-like appearance. The solid mineral form of magnesium hydroxide is known as brucite.Mag...
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Maalox is a brand name antacid containing aluminium hydroxide and magnesium hydroxide to neutralize or reduce stomach acid. Maalox helps relieve symptoms of excessive stomach acidity in patients with indigestion, heartburn, gastroesophageal reflux diseas...
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used to take milk of magnesia but it's gone off the market...
" I used to take milk of magnesia but it's gone off the ...here That stuff was my life saver. Now i take Maalox for tummy issues and it works really quickly. One thing... "

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milk of magnesia at night. Sometimes it works and others...
" ...became gluten intolerant. I take a Maalox type product 1-2 x daily and milk of magnesia at night. Sometimes it works and others not. There ...the more you'll go. I had an allergic reaction to the senna.... "

is milk of magnesia. It does help with the stinging....
" Jenni - I was just reading through the thread and saw that Mini-Sea suggested Maalox which I believe is milk of magnesia. It does help with the... "

-lax... i use milk of magnesia and its helped me soo muc...
" i almost forgot! laxatives!!! milk of magnesia, maalox, fleet, ex-lax... i use milk of magnesia... "

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so if you take to much maalox it works likes phillips...
" The main ingrediant in maalox is the same as phillips ...magnesia so if you... "

obably noticed the \"morning after\" phenomenon of a burning...
" ...antacids, like Maalox and milk of magnesia, applied to my hands after handling jalapenos, are very helpful. And as long as we're being graphic, you have probably noticed the \"morning after\"... "

Maalox with Cornstarch. It is the best thing for an...
" ...your skin any more. You might also want to try Aquaphor once the heat from ...acid burn goes away. IF your skin is still burning, try mixing Milk of Magnesia or Maalox with Cornstarch. It is the best... "

bad I use Milk of Magnesia...seems to really help the...
" ...it's really bad I use Milk of Magnesia...seems to really help the bloat. ...had heartburn also and took Maalox (eventually I was prescribed Nexium) but the... "

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hey said to take milk of magnesia for my stomach. Or I c...
" Milk Of Magnesia I was wondering if this product was gluten-free? I was in the ...ER last night and they said to take milk of magnesia for my stomach. Or I could take maalox.... "

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i use milk of magnesia... it really helped my oily face get...
" i use milk of magnesia... it really helped my oily face get rid of those yucky ...it can dry up to a chalky consistency... btw, maalox is the popular local brand... "

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