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Also known as: Allens Junior Cough, Bandi S15, Boots Cough Syrup 3 Months Plus, Colace Glycerin Suppositories, Fleet Glycerin Suppositories Adult, Fleet Glycerin Suppositories Pediatric, Fleet Liquid Glycerin Suppositories, Glycerin Suppositories Maximum Strength, Glycerol, Osmoglyn, Pedia-Lax Glycerin Suppositories, Pedia-Lax Liquid Glycerin Suppositories, Ravin, Sani-Supp, Senokot Direct Relief, all 16 brand names

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Review by Christinahaipek:

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Pedia-Lax Glycerin Suppositories (glycerin) for Constipation: My baby is 4 months old and did not have a bowl movement for about a week. She had a few pebbles come out and she was screaming in so much pain. I used this medicine for her. The pharmacist told me to run it under water and use half of it, I still used a little less. It worked really good. She was pooping in 1 hour and it just really helped soften it up so she can get it out. Great product, my sister told me about it. Vary happy I found this and it helped my baby girl.

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June 24, 2013 1:38 AM

Review by Anonymous:

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For Constipation: It was gentle. As I am pregnant that's really important, and gave me relief. Although it took three hours to work, it worked!

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December 28, 2011 1:15 AM

Review by carl bahirney:

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For Constipation: I used to have incomplete bowel movements. Glycerin suppositories are gentle and safe. My doctor says they are safer than anything oral, perhaps with the exception of prunes or prune juice.

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August 9, 2011 9:52 PM

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