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Dr. Sandra Eleczko
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Donnagel (Overview)

Donnagel is an anti-diarrheal agent which is a kind of gastroenterology drug.


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What is donnagel diarrhea medicine?

What is donnagel diarrhea medicine?

Bowel fluid absorber: Donnagel is an over-the-counter anti-diarrhea medication which is no longer available in the us, I believe it is still available in other countries including canada. Although it came in different formulations, the primary ingredient was "attapulgite" which is a clay-like substance which works by absorbing fluid in the intestine. ...Read more

Dr. Sandra Eleczko
2 Doctors shared insights

Donnagel (Overview)

Donnagel is an anti-diarrheal agent which is a kind of gastroenterology drug.


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Do they not make donnagel?

Donnagel may be…: …still available in some countries, but it is no longer commercially available in the United States. Ask your doc for viable alternatives or treatments. ...Read more

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Do they not make donnagel?

Donnagel may be…: …still available in some countries, but it is no longer commercially available in the United States. Ask your doc for viable alternatives or treatments. ...Read more

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Can you still buy donnagel?

Yes, but not in USA: I believe donnagel is available in canada but is no longer available at us pharmacies. ...Read more

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Can I purchase donnagel. Everything that help people they are taking it off the self.

Can I purchase donnagel. Everything that help people they are taking it off the self.

Noooo)o:: Hello!
Unfortunately, this medicine is not available any longer in the U.S. (maybe someone else can comment on whether it's still being sold elsewhere?). It was replaced by bismuth subsalicylate (Pepto Bismol).
This is indeed frustrating! ...Read more

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What's donnagel diarrhea medicine?

What's donnagel diarrhea medicine?

Donnagel may be…: …still available in some countries, but it is no longer commercially available in the United States. Ask your doc for viable alternatives or treatments. ...Read more

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What is donnagel diarrhea medicine?

Bowel fluid absorber: Donnagel is an over-the-counter anti-diarrhea medication which is no longer available in the us, I believe it is still available in other countries including canada. Although it came in different formulations, the primary ingredient was "attapulgite" which is a clay-like substance which works by absorbing fluid in the intestine. ...Read more

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