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LAXATIVES

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LAXATIVES:
Contraindications: Intestinal obstruction, abdominal pain of unknown etiology, acute surgical abdomen, cramps, nau­sea, vomiting or other symptoms of ap­pendicitis.
Precautions: Prolonged use of laxative may result in serious loss of water and electrolytes (particularly potassium), muscular weakness and weight loss. Pa­ralysis of the intestinal musculature fol­lowed by the dilation of the bowl and megacolon may occur.
Interactions: Concomitant administration of milk, antacids or cimetidine with bisa-codyl may cause the coating to dissolve prematurely resulting in gastric or duode­nal stimulation.
Adverse effects: Excessive bowel activity.

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