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Colace Stool Softener Capsules 100 mg

60 ctUPC: 0036761810160
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Colace Regular Strength Stool Softener capsules gently soften hard and painful stool for a number #2 that’s easy to do. Colace Regular Strength Stool Softener gently softens stools to relieve many symptoms of occasional constipation, including straining during bowel movements, hard, dry stools, and infrequent or irregular bowel movements. Colace Regular Strength Stool Softener is not a stimulant laxative. Its active ingredient, docusate sodium, allows water and fats to get into the stool, helping to soften and make passing it more comfortable.

  • Relief From Occasional Constipation (Irregularity): Provides cramp-free, gentle, dependable, and effective relief from occasional constipation in 12 to 72 hours
  • Stimulant-free Stool Softener: Colace Regular Strength stool softener capsules gently soften dry, hard, and painful stool with docusate sodium, a safe, stimulant-free, and gentle option for a #2 that’s easy to do
  • Constipation Symptoms: Relieves many symptoms of occasional constipation, including during pregnancy and post-partum, like infrequent or irregular bowel movements, straining during bowel movements, and hard, dry stools
  • If pregnant or breastfeeding ask a health professional before using a stool softener laxative
  • Stool softeners help to allow water and fats to get into the stool, making it softer and more comfortable to pass, unlike stimulant laxatives that stimulate the muscles that line the gut, helping them to move stool along

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