G I Coctail

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the ingrediants are Benadryl, Donnatal, maalox or maalox plus. It is a compound drug



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joy Says:

Trying to look for an alternative for GI cocktail

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PinkButterfly Says:

Shouldn't a "GI Cocktail" have all the ingredients listed on the medicine bottle so the patient know exactly what's in it?

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patricia Says:

What else can be used instead of a GI cocktail That Ins. will pay for

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Verwon Says:

Yes, it usually contains exactly what is listed, though the ingredients may vary, depending on what your doctor orders. The FDA lists the typical side effects as including nausea, dizziness, headache, and diarrhea.

Pink Butterfly, what has been listed in yours?

Patricia, it really depends on what insurance you have, not all are the same. What company provides your coverage?

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