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Medicine For Milk Of Magnesia Overdose
Yes: Especially if you have renal/kidney disease. It will also give you a great case of diarrhea. Magnesium is an essential mineral. It is poorly absorbed by the GI tract, thus it's use as a laxative. It is excreted by the kidneys, thus with renal disease, use caution. A good dose (overdose) by mouth will usually just give a really bad case of diarrhea. ...Read more
No harm: Your body will not react to this and it will cause no problems for you. ...Read more
My milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) expired in 1/16 and I'm having bad constipation...is it ok to take one dose of it until I can get some new medicine in the morning?
Well: General over-the-counter medications that are expired are still effective for your two if not exposed to excess heat moisture or excess cold ...Read more
Take 10mg celexa a day and just took 4 tbsp of milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) for constipation. Just saw on drugs. Com there's a moderate interaction. Am I okay?
Yes.: You're on low dose of celexa. Just be cautious on milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) use. It's not good to use large amounts of milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) at any time. The interactions you saw are very rare, and usually requires that you have electrolyte abnormalities that are not common at your age group. Senna S is a vegetable laxative that is safer overall. ...Read more
Can I take milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) if I take abuterol, singulair, bystolic, amildopine, zyretex, klonipin, asprin, musinex is there any drug interaction?
No: milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) is not appreciably absorbed and works mostly in the intestines to increase fluid intake into the bowel to promote a bowel movement. If taken in excess it can cause fluid loss and dehydration, which could effect your other meds. If taken as prescribed, it should not cause problems, but talk to your doctor and/or pharmacist to be sure. ...Read more
Yes but. . .: Www. Epocrates. Com doesn't show any significant interactions between milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) and Lorazepam but you really ought to address this w/your family doc and/or whoever prescribed your lorazepam. It's imperative that your docs know everything you're taking, even if an over-the-counter dietary supplement or a prescription medication from another doc. ...Read more
No it is not: No it is not habit forming but some people tend to use it over long period of time to help move bowels. ...Read more
Constipation: We used to order: "if no bm in am give 30cc mom in pm". ...Read more
The first thing you should do is go to a Pharmacist. Very likely they will recommend a drug that will work well for you.
You should not need a prescription for that. ...Read more
Yes: They should not interact.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not for long term: Side effects include hypermagnesemia which could cause heart rhythm trouble. Hypermagnesemia occurs specially in persons with slow kidneys. Would suggest alternating it with other cathartics if you have constipation. Several options exist i.e. Senna preparations, plymerizedethylene glycol preparations called MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) or its generic form, flaxseed oil, and prune juice. May check with pharmacist too. ...Read more
Check the: Expiration date on the bottle.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes is safe: Yes it is safe to take every 4 days. ...Read more
MOM: Within average of 6 hours.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Yes as long as it did not get much hotter than room temperature ...Read more
It is banned in AUST:
It is banned in australia. You can buy online overseas or from ebay.
We in us have no idea why it is banned in australia. In us it is available over the counter without prescription. ...Read more
Milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide):
Milk of Magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) usually takes effect (leads to a bowel movement) in half an hour to six hours – but this is variable. Insure that you hydrate well.
It is recommended that milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) not be used > 7 days (w/o medical directives to do so). ...Read more
Milk of Mag: You could, yes, but to what end? MOM will create diarrhea but it will not diminish calorie digestion and absorption very much. Purging is not a "solution" -- if you over-indulge, exercise - walk - jog - cycle = burn calories, don't purge, please. Then try to change eating patterns: indulge in apples, pears, peaches, other fruits and vegetables; don't indulge in breads, starches, fats. ...Read more