Generic Name: MAGNESIUM CITRATE - ORAL Pronounced: (mag-NEE-zee-um-SYE-trate) Magnesium Citrate Oral Uses
This product is used to clean stool from the intestines
before surgery or certain bowel procedures (e.g., colonoscopy, radiography),
usually with other products. It may also be used for relief of constipation.
However, milder products (e.g., stool softeners, bulk-forming laxatives) should
be used whenever possible for constipation.
Magnesium citrate is a saline laxative that is thought to
work by increasing fluid in the small intestine. It usually results in a bowel
movement within 30 minutes to 3 hours.
How To Use Magnesium Citrate Oral
Read and follow all directions on the product package. If
your doctor has directed you to use this product before surgery or a bowel
procedure, he or she should tell you how long before the surgery/procedure you
should take this product. If you are uncertain about any of the information,
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Phyllis, when did you find out you had osteoporosis?
I found out I had osteoporosis in 2005. I attended a local health fair and had the heel test. When it came back showing bone loss, I took the results to our family Dr. when I saw him a couple of weeks later. He then ordered a DEXA.
Did you have any secondary medical disorder that causes osteoporosis, like Celiac, thyroid, or mineral metabolism problems?
I have Graves Disease (hyperthyroidism) and believe that my bone loss came from being hyper before being diagnosed and treated. I feel the Graves is the cause since there is no family history of osteoporosis and I have none of the other risk ...
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