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 Trilyte Polyethylene Glycol 3350 + Potassium Chloride + Sodium Bicarbonate + Sodium Chloride

Polyethylene glycol (PEG) is a polyether compound with many applications, from industrial manufacturing to medicine. PEG is also known as polyethylene oxide (PEO) or polyoxyethylene (POE), depending on its molecular weight. The structure of PEG is commonly expressed as H−(O−CH2−CH2)n−OH. Contents 1 Available forms and nomenclature 2 Production 3 Uses 3.1 Medical uses 3.2 Chemical uses 3.3 Biological uses 3.4 Commercial uses 3.5 Industrial uses 4 Health effects 5...
Is trilyte gluten free

Is trilyte gluten free? Please help me asap. I have Celiac disease and need to know. The pharmacist has no idea. thanks ## I cannot find a full ingredient listing, but the company does have a website and you may be able to contact them and ask. TriLyte.com Click Here ## I would like to know if trilyte with flavor packs are safe for people with celiac? I drink it and got very sick ## I need to know if trylite is gluten free I have to take it by tuesday ## I have celiac. I have been tested and I am 141 on a scale 0-30. So I can not have any trace of gluten. Can you please tell me if Trilyte with flavor packs is gluten free ## I had to do a bit of digging around to get a more complete listing of ingredients. I found this from 2 different labelers (both of which appear to be owned by MEDA):... ...

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Need tips on taking TriLyte having hard time drinking it

Can not drink this stuff quickly, having a hard time not gagging. Only drank two and half glasses so far and have three liters to go. ## I found from personal experience, the best way to cope with drinks that are hard to consume, is by simply using a straw. Using a straw allows the drink to go directly to the back of your throat without too much taste involved. Also try having it over ice, instead of just straight and cold. For educational purposes or for your own benefit, please take a look at the link below for more information regarding Trilyte and it's scientific aspects... Please post back if you have any other questions or concerns and I will be happy to help you. ...

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Suprep

Has anyone used the new SUPREP kit before a colonoscopy? Would like any comments about taste, ease or side effects. Thanks! ## The Suprep kit contains sodium sulfate, magnesium sulfate and potassium sulfate, it is used for bowel preparation. It basically works as a laxative. I can't think that combo would taste very well, though I have never used it. The most common listed side effects are: cramping, nausea, vomiting and abdominal discomfort. Does anyone else have anything to add? ## Sulfates have a bitter taste, hence the development of PEG bowel cleansing products without sulfate such as Nulytely or Trilyte. Having said that, Suprep contains both Sucralose and flavoring agents, so it may not taste as bad as has been suggested. It still involves the ingestion of 3 quarts of water, ... ...

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 NDC 68220-131
Trilyte Nasogastric; Oral Powder, for Solution by Alaven Pharmaceutical LLC ## Package Codes: 68220-131-04
 NDC 51525-6831
Trilyte Nasogastric; Oral Powder, for Solution by Wallace Pharmaceuticals Inc. ## Package Codes: 51525-6831-4




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