Pedia-Lax?

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Darkfinn

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Speaking of childrens' medicine... we recieved some free samples of Pedia-Lax the other day... apparently it is a watermelon flavored chewable laxative tablet for kids. As the packaging says "When you don't know what to do, Pedia-Lax will help your kids poo." which is very disturbing.

Now I haven't worked up the nerve yet to actually pop one of these little things and see what happens. The dosage is supposed to be designed especially for kids so I don't imagine it would be that bad on an adult. Though it promises results in "30 minutes to 6 hours" so I guess I'll wait for a day when I don't have anything planned.

Anyone else see this stuff?
 

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I love that catchphrase...It reminds me of some juice commercial on Family Guy "Drink it then convert it to pee"
 

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As the packaging says "When you don't know what to do, Pedia-Lax will help your kids poo."

Though it promises results in "30 minutes to 6 hours"...
I'm sorry, I had to laugh at that little rhyme. Surprising they'd come up with something like that right on the package. I can just picture a TV ad with the announcer repeating it.

One half to six hours is pretty fast acting IMO! I don't remember Fletcher's Castoria working on me anywhere near that quickly.

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I wouldn't take a laxative unless I needed it for medical reasons. Full stop.
 

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I doubt if a laxitve made for a child would do much for an adult, as I think the resident laxitive junkie who used to be me would say.

I don't think there is a laxitive on the market I haven't tried, other than the newer ones on the market now, other than Mirolax which I had to use for a colonoscopy.

If your insides are working fine don't screw with it, but if you do or did have problems like I did thruout my life, try anything before you use laxitives, they are very addicting and once your system gets used to working with a laxitve it dosn't want to work any other way.
 

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Hehehe... it's not like I plan on eating them like candy... I'm not even that interested in forced messing at all. I just thought I might pop one or two... just to see what happens. After all... if it's formulated for kids I can't imagine just the reccomended dosage being that dangerous for an adult.
 
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Hehehe... it's not like I plan on eating them like candy... I'm not even that interested in forced messing at all. I just thought I might pop one or two... just to see what happens. After all... if it's formulated for kids I can't imagine just the reccomended dosage being that dangerous for an adult.

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Just kidding :p
 

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You might get a little gas from something as mild as a baby laxitive, they used to use baby laxitives to cut drugs along time ago, and you would get the feeling you needed to poop but nothing would actuly happen.

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While I was in Target, I saw an enema that was for kids aged 2-12 years!! And sitting right next to it, the stuff Darkfinn is talking about!!
 

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While I was in Target, I saw an enema that was for kids aged 2-12 years!! And sitting right next to it, the stuff Darkfinn is talking about!!
Oh shit! Like, literally.



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Though it promises results in "30 minutes to 6 hours" so I guess I'll wait for a day when I don't have anything planned.
30 minutes to 6 hours? That is not a range I want to see! I want to know when it's going to work, down to the second, not have a broad guess of when it could happen.
 

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If your kid is sick enough to give them a laxative, I doubt they are going to school. So 30 min - 6 hours seems pretty reasonable.

And most laxatives only help things along, and rarely make you have to go bad enough that you COULDN'T hold it, especially a kid one.

Try it, I doubt it will do anything. *shrug*
 

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slogan is a lot better then say something like this.

"enema-On" apply directly to the anus
"enema-On" apply directly to the anus
"enema-On" apply directly to the anus

Like those stupid head-on ad's which are designed to give people headaches and make them think human race is a failure and thus kill themselves or help promote anti-depressants.
 

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Fingernail-on, apply directly to the fingernail...

That ad isn't as bad as the fast-talking people on car ads.
 
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This thread has now been put on my favorites and I lol'ed so hard at it.
 

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tried a lax once, because it was needed, and decided to try it with a diaper... horrible horrible idea....
 

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30 minutes to 6 hours? That is not a range I want to see! I want to know when it's going to work, down to the second, not have a broad guess of when it could happen.

That was always my problem with laxitives once you take one your stuck, because sometimes(not very often) it works within a hour or two, but most times it takes longer, and once it gets started you have no idea when it going to finish completly.

I'm glad I don't use them anylonger.
 
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