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Diarrhea Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

lost fluids and electrolytes with sports drinks. Avoid coffee or soft drinks that contain caffeine, since caffeine increases the loss of water and salt. If you have nausea in addition to diarrhea, take very small sips of fluid frequently and suck on ice chips. As you begin to feel better, start eating...

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Back Pain Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

extended periods of time. Wearing soft soled shoes with heels that are less than 1 and one-half inches high. To help prevent osteoporosis, make sure you get enough calcium and vitamin D daily to meet the dietary requirements for your age group. Follow a routine program of weight-bearing exercise. Avoid...

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Seizure Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

the person lie down and turn him or her onto one side. Place something soft under the person's head, and loosen tight clothing. Do not restrain the person's arms or legs, and do not put anything into the person's mouth. Forcing something into the mouth may cause more harm than good. The seizure should...

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Dry Skin Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

Dry Skin Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options Here’s what to ask a doctor about hereditary angioedema Dry Skin Health Guide Disease Reference Care Notes Medication List Encyclopedia More Q & A What Is It? Normal skin has a soft, supple texture because of its water content. For skin to feel...

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Eczema Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

Occasionally prescription antifungal facial creams or rinses may be needed. Cradle cap in infants eventually clears up without treatment. However, it can last several months. The crust usually can be loosened. To do so, apply baby oil to the scalp 30 to 60 minutes before brushing with a soft brush. Then wash...

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Docu Soft Uses, Side Effects & Warnings Consumer Information (Cerner Multum)

Docusate is a stool softener. It makes bowel movements softer and easier to pass. Docusate is used to treat or prevent constipation, and to reduce pain or rectal damage caused by hard stools or by straining during bowel movements. Docusate may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide....

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Docu Soft Plus Side Effects in Detail

Docu Soft Plus Side Effects in Detail - Drugs.com Docu Soft Plus Side Effects Generic Name: casanthranol / docusate Side Effects Interactions Pregnancy Reviews Q & A More Consumer Managing Side Effects Note: This document contains side effect information about casanthranol / docusate. Some of the...

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Parkinson's Disease Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

blinking. Other symptoms of PD may include: Depression Anxiety Disturbed sleep Memory loss Slurred or abnormally soft speech Difficulty chewing or swallowing Constipation Impaired bladder control Abnormal regulation of body temperature Sexual dysfunction Cramps, numbness, tingling or pain in the muscles...

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Docu Soft Side Effects in Detail

Docu Soft Side Effects in Detail - Drugs.com Docu Soft Side Effects Generic Name: docusate Overview Side Effects Dosage Interactions Pregnancy More Breastfeeding Warnings User Reviews Support Group Q & A Consumer Professional Managing Side Effects Note: This document contains side effect...

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Docu Soft Drug Interactions

Docu Soft Drug Interactions - Drugs.com Docu Soft (docusate) Drug Interactions Overview Side Effects Dosage Interactions Pregnancy More Breastfeeding Warnings User Reviews Support Group Q & A Drug Interactions (11) A total of 11 drugs (56 brand and generic names) are known to interact with Docu...

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