Glycerin by Chain Drug Marketing Association Inc.
Medically reviewed on November 21, 2017
Dosage form: suppository
Ingredients: GLYCERIN 2.1g
Labeler: Chain Drug Marketing Association Inc.
NDC Code: 63868-283
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Glycerin 2.1 g
- for relief of occasional constipation
- this product generally produces a bowel movement in 1/4 to 1 hour
For rectal use only
May cause rectal discomfort of burning sensation
- abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting
- a sudden change in bowel habits lasting more than 2 weeks
- already used a laxative for more than 1 week
- rectal bleeding
- no bowel movement after using this product
These symptoms may indicate a serious condition.
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
Single daily dosage
adults and children 6 years and over 1 suppository, or as directed by a doctor
children 2 to under 6 years use Child Suppositories
Insert suppository well up into rectum.
Suppository need not melt completely to produce laxative action.
- Store container tightly closed.
- Keep away from excessive heat.
purified water, sodium hydroxide, stearic acid
|Labeler - Chain Drug Marketing Association Inc. (011920774)|
|Registrant - DSC Laboratories Inc. (097807374)|
|DSC Laboratories, Div. of DSC Products Inc.||097807374||manufacture(63868-283)|
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