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Colonoscopy next week. I was prescribed sodium phosphate. Safe to use when I have Iga-nephropathy (normal kidney function) and I am taking enalapril?
Phosphate laxative: Phosphate laxatives are generally not safe with any kidney disease, although your status of normal function is reassuring. Phosphate can surge in excess and crystallize in kidneys that are inflamed. Seek a different laxative. And, be sure you remain well hydrated as you prep for the colonoscopy. Dehydration is a major threat to your kidneys, too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pasteurized laughing cow cheese has sodium phosphate in it. Is the sodium phosphate safe to eat while pregnant?
Yes: And it is best to eat only pasteurized (not raw milk) cheese. ...Read more
Dexamethasone phosph: No it can not be and it can be very dangerous if you use for that purpose. ...Read more
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