Nulytely

What is Nulytely?

NuLYTELY is a polyethylene glycol based laxative primarily used to cleanse the bowels prior to procedures such as colonoscopies and bowel surgery. It is occasionally prescribed for constipation. It contains PEG-3350, sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate and potassium chloride.

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I just had my first colonoscopy today, and only used 4 5mg Dulcolax tablets and Nulytely for the prep. I have never used laxatives before this as I...

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Melanosis coli is blackish discoloration of your colon as seen on the colonoscopy. Most often it is because of anthraquinone...

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I've had persistent abdominal pain since Mid July. It started quite suddenly with an event/attack severe enough to cause me to end up on the floor,...

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The issue here with significant discomfort mandates possible intestine inflammation like diverticular issue or something else. The non invasive...

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I ve had persistent abdominal pain since Mid July. It started quite suddenly with an event/attack severe enough to cause me to end up on the floor,...

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I just had my first colonoscopy today, and only used 4 5mg Dulcolax tablets and Nulytely for the prep. I have never used laxatives before this as I...

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