Wpi 3331 Not Dissoving

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Tammy Says:
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I have noticed that the pill is passing through me without dissolving. The one I took yesterday morning was in my stool this morning. I retrieved and crushed it to see if it was an empty she'll and it was not empty. Is this a problem with wpi 3331?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tammy! How are you?

No, it would not be just an empty shell, but you did still absorb the medication.

The way these work is by using a substance similar to a spongy material that slowly absorbs stomach acid and liquids that you drink to force the medication out slowly over time. But the spongy substance itself is not expelled, it remains in the pill shell and is expelled in your waste.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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David Says:
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I know it has been years since this was posted, but for other readers such as myself, you should not crush or chew this tablet. You will interfere with how the medication is absorbed. This is an extended release. By crushing or chewing you lose the time release the pill was intended for.

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