Lactitol Monohydrate Over Dose

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Avijit Das Says:
 
My wife was supposed to take 15 g /dose (one spoon)of lactitol monhydrate in isabghula. My mistake, she took 30g (2 spoon) per dose. Is it harmful? She is chronic constipation patient.

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Dharti Says:
 
Dont worry. Absolutely no issue.

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