19 Nov 2009
No, please don't use it on your son, unless your doctor has prescribed it for him. If you haven't already then I suggest you take him to the doctor. There are other gentler laxatives which may help and since he has been constipated for a while the doctor may even give a laxative suppository for him to have a bowel motion initially.
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- Side Effects of Polyethylene Glycol 3350 (detailed)
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