Does stool softener cause diarrhea?

Answer 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 »

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Can ingesting too much saltwater from a salt water pool cause chronic diarrhea and eczema even though all stool samples have come back normal?

Yes, but it will have absolutely nothing to do with the salt and all to do with what else is in the water.

Is magnesium a stool softener?

On One Hand: Magnesium Used as a LaxativeAccording to WebMd, magnesium is a mineral found in the body that is often used as a laxative for constipation or to prepare the bowels for surgical or diag... Read More »

What is stool softener?

Is stool softener addictive?

On One Hand: Stool Softener Is Not AddictiveAccording to, stool softener, one kind of laxative, is "not usually addictive and can be given every day if necessary" for th... Read More »