User Reviews for Magnesium sulfate
Brand names: Epsom Salt
Magnesium sulfate has an average rating of 5.8 out of 10 from a total of 4 reviews on Drugs.com. 60% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 40% reported a negative experience.
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For Barium Poisoning "This is, in my opinion, a last resort for a serious bout of constipation that is pretty much guaranteed to relieve you. I’ve found it works best when one max dose is taken once a day for 2 days as opposed to one max dose every 6 or hours or so like the directions say. That gives your body time to utilize it and produce a complete bowel movement that is not painful."
For Barium Poisoning "Helped with the burning of my lower legs at night, constipation and pain in my joints and heart. I use it by putting a teaspoon of epsom salt in a glass of about a bit of warm water with a squirt of lemon juice followed by a full glass of water with lemon squirt. Just when I've been constipated too long."
Epsom Salt (magnesium sulfate) "Its an awesome medicine. Gives pure relief in the systems internally. No side effects since I have been taking it."
For Seizure Prevention "Haven't started yet, just wanted to know what difference do it makes for me to try it"
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For Seizure Prevention "I was treated intravenously for postpartum preeclampsia 6 days after delivery. I was sent to the hospital for high blood pressure and stayed for 2 days. It took a couple of hours before I felt the effects of the magnesium drip. the nurse said I would feel like I had the flu. I felt much worse! and no one said that I shouldn't be feeling these effects... The most disturbing was, after each hour of the drip, I kept feeling less and less muscle movement. I was getting slowly paralyzed. Not to mention the face flushing and nausea. After 14 hours, I was hardly able to do anything at all, even lift my arms or legs or speak! Im glad the doctor shut off the drip after 16 hours. I wouldn't have been able to communicate at all. Anyone else?"