Prepopiik Worked Fine.


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KLeta Says:

I used Go Lightly 7 years ago and it worked but it tasted horrible and I had a stomach ache from it. My friend used Prepopik and she related how easy it was. I just returned from my colonoscopy and I was cleaned out fine. I was allowed a very small, protein breakfast of one egg, white toast and plain yogurt. I finished this at 6:15 AM. I drank 32 oz. of fluid thru 11:30 AM and then took the first pack of Prepopik. (followed by 5 -8 oz glasses of additional liquid. It took until 2 pm for it to begin working. At 4:30 I took the second dose(and 3 more 8 oz glasses of liquid) and was done by 8 PM. I was up two times(at night) to use the bathroom after that. My appointment was at 6:30 AM
today and all was fine. This prep was much more tolerable and I will utilize it again. I have gluten issues and the orange flavor is gluten free. (not the cranberry) My Doctor was able to have my insurance pay the entire cost with her request. I am resting now and am so thankful for this easier prep. Better to start early as you can only have fluids the entire day anyway. I wanted to be able to have a good sleep and be done sooner since I had the first appointment of the day.

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