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We found 7 questions associated with the 'Prevalite' topic.

Is there Prevalite or Questran that does not contain Aspertame?

Posted 25 Nov 2009 2 answers

I have been prescribed powdered Prevalite following effects of gall bladder surgery. I do not want to take Aspertame and wonder if there is a brand of Cholestyramine that does not contain Aspertame.

Pseudomembranous Colitis - How long is the recovery after taking flagyl and symptoms persist? I have

Posted 28 Sep 2009 1 answer

... finished a 10 day regime of 500 mg with a supplement of one package Prevalite Powder beverage daily (was 2 packages for 5 days)Also soft (brat) diet was followed. I have lost 6 pounds and am weak and my heart races especially in the morning

Cholestyramine Powder for High Colestrol vs. AZ Rx Stress DeCaf Herbal Tea & other Rx's.?

Posted 15 Aug 2009 1 answer

Is it OK to take the Prevalite Powder with the AZ Rx Stress DeCaf Tea that is Herbalized with; Panax Ginseng, Chamomile, Valerian and Vitamins B-6 & B-12? ALSO, I took this Rx back in 1978/79 because of a blocked Bile Duct from the Gaul Blader for 6 to 9 months, as the the itching was beyond ...

Can I buy over the conter medicine.i am out of prevalite?

Posted 20 Feb 2011 1 answer

i don't have insurance to go back to the doctor.

After taking prevalite for several years I read on the label that I should take other medications an

Posted 19 Jul 2011 1 answer

... hour before or 4-6 hours after this medication. My routine is to take all my meds and vitamins at once after I eat my first meal of the day. I then take a scoop of prevalite with a scoop of psyllium seed husk (same stuff that's in metamucil) in a large glass of water. I then take the ...

Must I still wait 4 hrs. after taking Prevalite to take other medications?

Posted 7 Jun 2013 1 answer

The current "insert/directions" included in the box of Prevalite has NO mention of continuing to do this. It only says to "take with meals". THEN, when do I take my other meds, which I would normally take following my meal? I see on this website that you still say to wait 4 hrs. ...

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