Side Effects of Miralax

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MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol 3350) is a laxative solution used to soften stools and ease constipation. According to the MiraLAX website, it works by balancing the water content in the digestive system. Users of MiraLAX have reported side effects.

Allergic Reaction

Symptoms of an allergic reaction to MiraLAX include chest tightness, mouth or face swelling, breathing difficulties, hives and rash. Contact your doctor immediately if you have any of these symptoms.

Side Effects

When taking MiraLAX, you may suffer bloating, nausea, cramping or gas. If you experience frequent diarrhea, contact your doctor.

Warnings

Consult your doctor before taking MiraLAX when pregnant or nursing, or if you have stomach or intestinal problems. Do not take MiraLAX if you are allergic to polyethylene glycol. Do not use MiraLAX for prolonged periods.

Drug Interactions

No drug interactions have been reported by patients using MiraLAX.

Overdose

If you have overdosed on MiraLAX, you may experience dehydration and severe diarrhea. If you suspect an overdose, discontinue use and seek immediate medical attention.

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