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Taken for: Constipation
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: OTC
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We found 38 discussions
Post from
www.thriftyfun.com
extract) that can be found at some pharmacies. It worked...
" There is a product called Maltsupex (Malt soup extract) that can be found at some pharmacies. It worked wonders on my baby, but that was several... "

Post from
www.amitymama.com
Maltsupex to his formula. It worked fine. Bit expensive...
" ...son. We added Maltsupex to his formula. It worked fine. Bit expensive... "

Post from
www.remedyspot.com
ped. recommended MAltSupex and I agree it worked wonders....
" ...has never had trouble with constipation but my 7 year old did. Her ped. recommended MAltSupex and I agree it worked wonders. I put it in with her formula or milk and it... "

Has anyone used this for constipation in their LO?...
" Maltsupex Has anyone used this for constipation in their LO? Does anyone know if there is a natural form of it or what the main ingredient is? I'm having difficulty figuring it out. My mom... "

Post from
forums.thebump.com
told us to get \"maltsupex\" from the pharmacy. It was...
" ...experience with preemies). My daughter was constipated a lot as a baby...we had to give a suppository twice when she was an infant. My doctor told us to get \"maltsupex\" from the pharmacy. It... "

A local pharmacist told me about maltsupex, to which some...
" ...numb. A local pharmacist told me about maltsupex, to which some extent ...out, and using hydrocortisone cream not ...helps me. The influenza changed my physiology, but in subsequent year... "

told me to give him \"Maltsupex\" (malt soup extract). I...
" ...old. His GI doc told me to give him \"Maltsupex\" (malt soup extract). ...green beans for the fiber. The maltsupex is expensive but its worthwhile since its working for our boy. Its about ... "

Post from
dr-bob.org
giving me a product called Maltsupex, which tasted good and...
" ...Maltsupex, which tasted good and was safe and effective. Recently I asked for it at the pharmacy and discovered that one bottle of it is about $80.00. I can't imagine why it is so expensive. Perhap... "

Post from
colichelp.com
very expensive), then the prune juice method. Ya that worked...
" ...of the constipation. My doctor offered no help except to try Maltsupex (which every pharmacy had to order, ya right and very expensive), then the prune juice method. Ya that worked, but I got... "

Post from
www.downsyn.com
(overthecounter, at the drug store). This works for...
" ...a teaspoon of MaltSupex (overthecounter, at the drug store). This works for a while (it's a stool softener, good for very young babies). But it only works when they're ...we started Senokot (l... "

Patient concerns with Maltsupex

We found 38 discussions
Post from
www.thriftyfun.com
extract) that can be found at some pharmacies. It worked...
" There is a product called Maltsupex (Malt soup extract) that can be found at some pharmacies. It worked wonders on my baby, but that was several... "

Post from
www.amitymama.com
Maltsupex to his formula. It worked fine. Bit expensive...
" ...son. We added Maltsupex to his formula. It worked fine. Bit expensive... "

Post from
www.remedyspot.com
ped. recommended MAltSupex and I agree it worked wonders....
" ...has never had trouble with constipation but my 7 year old did. Her ped. recommended MAltSupex and I agree it worked wonders. I put it in with her formula or milk and it... "

Has anyone used this for constipation in their LO?...
" Maltsupex Has anyone used this for constipation in their LO? Does anyone know if there is a natural form of it or what the main ingredient is? I'm having difficulty figuring it out. My mom... "

Post from
forums.thebump.com
told us to get \"maltsupex\" from the pharmacy. It was...
" ...experience with preemies). My daughter was constipated a lot as a baby...we had to give a suppository twice when she was an infant. My doctor told us to get \"maltsupex\" from the pharmacy. It... "

A local pharmacist told me about maltsupex, to which some...
" ...numb. A local pharmacist told me about maltsupex, to which some extent ...out, and using hydrocortisone cream not ...helps me. The influenza changed my physiology, but in subsequent year... "

told me to give him \"Maltsupex\" (malt soup extract). I...
" ...old. His GI doc told me to give him \"Maltsupex\" (malt soup extract). ...green beans for the fiber. The maltsupex is expensive but its worthwhile since its working for our boy. Its about ... "

Post from
dr-bob.org
giving me a product called Maltsupex, which tasted good and...
" ...Maltsupex, which tasted good and was safe and effective. Recently I asked for it at the pharmacy and discovered that one bottle of it is about $80.00. I can't imagine why it is so expensive. Perhap... "

Post from
colichelp.com
very expensive), then the prune juice method. Ya that worked...
" ...of the constipation. My doctor offered no help except to try Maltsupex (which every pharmacy had to order, ya right and very expensive), then the prune juice method. Ya that worked, but I got... "

Post from
www.downsyn.com
(overthecounter, at the drug store). This works for...
" ...a teaspoon of MaltSupex (overthecounter, at the drug store). This works for a while (it's a stool softener, good for very young babies). But it only works when they're ...we started Senokot (l... "

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