Clearlax

Last Update May 11, 2016
Clearlax is a laxative.
Uses: Clearlax is approved for Constipation, Cramping, Bloating and Gastrointestinal Gas and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
Other brands: Miralax, Smoothlax
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What people say about Clearlax

Positive 23 "Shari use Miralax (also called lax a day, clearlax,restoralax) It is absolutely the only thing that works for me. ...With the narcotics that I am on, I take clearlax everyday (with my doc's approval) in... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 3 "I took some clearlax last evening, hasn't worked yet, and if things would get moving that way, maybe so will the weight. I think effexor may also have a bit of a constipating effect,... "Read more negative discussions
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| Elizabeth_1
I have all this gas build up in me and don't know wicth one would work better

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| Minnie
I've been using clearlax for more than 5 years daily. before that i used other pill laxatives,prune juice would work for awhile. Now I have stomac ulcers and I was wondering if long term use may be the cause. I certainly hope not, I really don't want to give up my clearlax. I never had gas or bloating from using it. Clearlax has never let me down.

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Facts about Clearlax

Alcohol warning on Clearlax
There may be a negative interaction between Clearlax and alcohol.
How do I obtain Clearlax?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
What dosages are available?
Powder: 17 gram, 17 gram/dose
Ingredients
Polyethylene Glycol 3350
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