Does Phillips'Stool Softener work?

Answer On One Hand: Temporary ReliefThe primary ingredient in Phillips' Stool Softener is Docusate, a laxative. Potential side effects include abdominal cramping, nausea and vomiting. According to the pro... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Does Phillips'Stool Softener work

Does water softener work?

On One Hand: Yes, It Improves Water QualitySoft water makes detergents work better with your dishwasher and washing machine. You, your clothes and your dishes get cleaner because the soap rinses of... Read More »

How much does a water softener cost?

Water softeners can range anywhere from $400 to $1,000 for a basic unit, and the installation cost can range from $100 to $500. Water softeners for larger homes start at $1,000 and can cost as much... Read More »

Does softener salt affect nutrition?

On One Hand: Water Softener Converts Nutrients to SaltSoftener salt works by removing magnesium and calcium in water and replacing it with sodium. According to the Mayo Clinic, "an 8-ounce (236 mi... Read More »

Does stool softener cause diarrhea?

On One Hand: Stool Softener Does Not Cause DiarrheaUsing a stool softener, also known as an emollient, does not lead to diarrhea. According to the Mayo Clinic and Medline Plus, stool softeners only... Read More »