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Stool softeners (emollients) Stool softeners (emollient laxatives-e.g., docusate) encourage bowel movements by helping liquids mix into the stool and prevent dry, hard stool masses.
They contain ingredients that draw water into the skin (humectants) — such as glycerin, lactic acid or urea — and others that smooth the skin (emollients) — such as lanolin, sunflower oil and jojoba oil.
Stool softeners (emollients)-Stool softeners encourage bowel movements by helping liquids mix into the stool and prevent dry, hard stool masses.
This product is available in the following dosage forms: Cream Gel/Jelly Ointment Emollient Cream Solution DRG-20073636 Drugs & Supplements Fluocinonide (Topical Application Route)
This product is available in the following dosage forms: Ointment Emollient Cream DRG-20074016 Drugs & Supplements Prednicarbate (Topical Application Route)
Another option is stool softeners (emollients) such as docusate calcium (Surfak) and docusate sodium (Colace).
Check with your health care professional if any of the following side effects continue or are bothersome or if you have any questions about them: For hyperosmotic-containing Bloating cramping diarrhea nausea gas increased thirst For lubricant-contain...
Stool softeners, also called emollients, are laxatives that work by drawing fluids into the intestines.
This product is available in the following dosage forms: Lotion Foam Ointment Emollient Cream Cream Gel/Jelly Spray Shampoo Solution DRG-20073860 Drugs & Supplements Clobetasol (Topical Application Route)
Stool softeners, also called emollients, work by drawing fluids into stools, which is supposed to make them softer.
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