My son has dysphasia and must take the cornstarch thickener known as Horrmel Thick & Easy to be able to retain liquids. The Miralax when mixed with the thick and Easy apparently causes a reaction that causes the nurse to add more Miralax. Since the Miralax apparently has produced no relief after 6 days, the question whether the Thick & Easy is nullifying the effects of the Miralax?
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