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Fleet Laxative Liquid Glycerin Suppositories for Kids
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Product details Poop should just happen. When it doesn't, there's Pedia-Lax. Pedia-Lax Laxative Liquid Glycerin Suppositories provide kids with predictable, gentle relief from occasional constipation in 15-60 minutes. Suppositories are designed for kids ages 2-5 and are small, kid-sized for easy use. The convenient, no-mess applicator makes it easier to administer than traditional suppositories and the sodium-free solution provides relief in minutes without upsetting the digestive system. See package for full instructions and dosage information. Pedia-Lax is the number 1 pediatrician-recommended children's laxative brand (1). Specially designed constipation relief for kids comes in two forms — oral and rectal laxatives. Pedia-Lax laxatives help provide kids fast, safe and gentle relief from occasional constipation. (1) IQVIA, using the ProVoice Survey December 1, 2021 to November 30, 2022) Pedia-Lax products are FSA- and HSA-eligible in the U.S.


For rectal use only.May cause rectal discomfort or a burning sensation.Ask a doctor before using any laxative if the child has: Abdominal pain, nausea, or vomiting.A sudden change in bowel habits lasting more than 2 weeks.Already used a laxative for more than 1 week. If constipation continues after one week of use, contact your child's doctor. Stop using this product and consult a doctor if the child has rectal bleeding. No bowel movement within 1 hour of using this product. These symptoms may indicate a serious condition.Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.Carton sealed for safety. If seal with Fleet emblem on bottom flap or top flap is broken or missing, do not use.

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Single daily dosage (per 24 hours): Children 2 to under 6 years - 1 suppository per day or as directed by a doctor. Children under 2 years - consult a doctor. Administering the laxative: Caution: remove orange protective shield before inserting. Hold unit upright, grasping bulb of unit with fingers. Grasp orange protective shield with other hand, pull gently to remove. With steady pressure, gently insert tip into rectum with a slight side-to-side movement, with tip pointing toward navel. Discontinue use if resistance is encountered. Forcing the tip can result in injury. Insertion may be easier if child receiving suppository bears down as if having a bowel movement. This helps relax the muscles around the anus. Squeeze the bulb until nearly all liquid is expelled. While continuing to squeeze the bulb, remove tip from rectum and discard unit. It is not necessary to empty unit completely. The unit contains more than the amount of liquid needed for effective use. A small amount of liquid will remain in the unit after squeezing. Left-side position: Place child on left side with knees bent and arms resting comfortably. Knee-chest position: Have child kneel, then lower head and chest forward until left side of face is resting on surface with left arm folded comfortably.