mineral oil

Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain mineral oil.

Medications containing mineral oil:

mineral oil systemic

Brand names: Fleet Mineral Oil Enema, Kondremul, Milkinol, Kondremul Plain
Drug class(es): laxatives

Multi-ingredient medications containing mineral oil:

aluminum hydroxide/mineral oil systemic

Brand names: Nephrox
Drug class(es): antacids

lanolin/mineral oil topical

Brand names: Alpha Keri, Thera Derm, AlphaBath
Drug class(es): topical emollients

magnesium hydroxide/mineral oil systemic

Brand names: Phillips' Haleys M-O, Haley's M-O
Drug class(es): laxatives

mineral oil/petrolatum topical

mineral oil/phenolphthalein systemic

Brand names: Kondremul with Phenolphtalein
Drug class(es): laxatives

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