POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL-3350, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE AND SODIUM BICARBONATE

97 reported adverse events

Drug classes: Osmotic Laxative [EPC]

These side effects are most commonly reported by patients taking POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL-3350, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE AND SODIUM BICARBONATE:

# Side effect Count
0 DRUG INEFFECTIVE 21
1 VOMITING 18
2 HEADACHE 8
3 NAUSEA 8
4 ABDOMINAL DISTENSION 6
5 FEELING ABNORMAL 5
6 TREMOR 5
7 ASTHENIA 4
8 DIARRHOEA 4
9 DIZZINESS 4
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POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL-3350, SODIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE AND SODIUM BICARBONATE is most commonly taken among patients reporting these side effects:

# Side effect Count Frequency
0 GASTROOESOPHAGEAL REFLUX PROPHYLAXIS 1 0.5000
1 TYMPANOPLASTY 1 0.0213
2 SIGNET-RING CELL CARCINOMA 1 0.0154
3 ALCOHOL TEST FALSE POSITIVE 1 0.0123
4 EYE SYMPTOM 1 0.0078
5 THERAPEUTIC PRODUCT EFFECT DELAYED 4 0.0032
6 THROAT LESION 1 0.0021
7 NO REACTION ON PREVIOUS EXPOSURE TO DRUG 1 0.0021
8 VOMITING PROJECTILE 2 0.0012
9 BURNS SECOND DEGREE 1 0.0008
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