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It is suggested you do this to avoid microbial contamination as it attracts moisture from the air. Magnesium Citrate does not decompose quickly. Under the proper conditions it should still be fine to continue using the oral solution after 24 hours. Consider refrigeration, tightly sealing the bottle, or removing the moisture in the bottle with silicon absorbents or a drying oven.
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Don't Think so You are instructed to take atripla on an empty stomach in order to increase absorption, taking any laxative/medicine can compromise the medications efficacy. Wi…th something as important as managing viral loads I definitely would not. Side effects and medication interactions can be found at viraday.info
medicine isn't supposed to taste good. but i am sure it is because it is designed as medicine and not a common regular beverage such as soda, or other soft drinks. if the comp…anies spent the same amount of money in taste development as Pepsi cola or Coca-cola. I am sure that it would taste great, but they are more concerned making the product effective, and safe for over the counter consumption.
i was just perscribed this at 11:30 pm. I was told it will help the colon contract to easily excrete the fecal matter that has built up inside your colon. So... ye…s you will have cramps and i myself am awaiting them right now
It all depends on the person. I just drank one bottle at around 10:00 am... the first effects kicked in around 12:00pm. The more water I drank, the better the result. I have h…eard they can last quite some time... 8 hours or more. I would say if you are planning to use this, clear your schedule and stay close to a bathroom. Do not forget to drink plenty of water so you do not dehydrate.
it depends on how sever your constipation is, your age, and height & weight.
yes..24hrs after opening the bottle..
Why do Drug facts about Magnesium citrate oral saline solutions say Dispose of any unused product within 24 hours of opening the bottle?
Microbial contamination (such as mold and yeast) can enter after the bottle is opened. Magnesium citrate formulas give microbes an ideal environment to grow.
It is suggested you do this to avoid microbial contamination as it attracts moisture from the air. Magnesium Citrate does not decompose quickly. Under the proper condition…s it should still be fine to continue using the oral solution after 24 hours. Consider refrigeration, tightly sealing the bottle, or removing the moisture in the bottle with silicon absorbents or a drying oven.
its in machine for anti acid in digestive system
side effects of over dosage of magnesium so short or not repoted
10 fl oz
technically yes, but far less than 1g per 10fl oz (as per mag citrate otc laxative)
Words like "cleanser for the body", if you don't mean in thesense "you could wash off with it, if you didn't have any water,"indicate that you've bought into some questionable… pseudo-medicine. To the extent your system needs to be "cleansed", ordinary watershould work just fine. If you've actually been poisoned with metalions, citrates are chelating agents, though I'm not sure howeffective they'd be administered orally. It is a laxative, though, so if you just meant "cleanser" in thesense "it'll make you poop", that it will do. If you're doing thison your own say-so as opposed to having it prescribed by a doctor,definitely take it easy on the stuff; magnesium is toxic in highdoses ( everything is toxic in high doses) and the typicalmagnesium citrate preparation has several times as much magnesiumas the amount considered "safe". As a one-time thing, as long asyou follow the dosage directions on the bottle you should be okay,but you shouldn't make a habit of it.