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Posted 8 months ago (3/28/2018)

RatedDoc-Q-Lacefor Constipation -- ChronicReport

I have tried taking it twice. First time I was struck with terrible nausea that led to me throwing up, and the second time I took it I thought I was going to have to go to the emergency room because I became so lightheaded, dizzy and then my legs turned to Jell-O and couldn’t hold me up to even walked walk five steps in my DocQLac induced zigzagged fashion and finally I collapsed. After the few hours I was back to normal but it was absolutely horrible.

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Posted 19 months ago (4/29/2017)

RatedDoc-Q-Lacefor Constipation -- ChronicReport

It did not work. I have taken it for 2 days and still have not made a bowel movement. I am going to try an enema as one of the previous persons indicated that they tried.

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Posted 41 months ago (6/28/2015)

RatedDoc-Q-Lacefor ConstipationReport

After a CAT scan showed bowel impaction Dr prescribed doc-q-lace to help. Did absolutely nothing. After 7 days of use was still not pooping. Ended up using old wife's remedy which is actually helping.

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Posted 43 months ago (5/2/2015)

RatedDoc-Q-Lacefor Constipation -- ChronicReport

I have been having constipation all my life since childhood. I started taking ibuprofen with 200mg and 7.5mg codeine, and 100mg E R Tramadol. I have been on these and other medications that are also constipating, my doctor has me taking Doc-Q-Lace two times a day, but now 3 100mgs twice a day and it has been at 5 days with no response. This is not what I need I have known and asked her to give me the medication to counteract the opiate effect, I can't remember the name, but it is an antagonist. So I will never use this again, due to possible complications.

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Posted 116 months ago (3/11/2009)

RatedDoc-Q-Lacefor ConstipationReport

This product did nothing for me. I was on Doc-Q-Lace 100mg, 1 every 12 hours. It didn't make it easier to go, and when I finally went on occasion (every 3-4 days after some serious pushing) the stools were still only a few hard little pellets. I even tried upping the does to TWO pills at a time -- nothing. This prescription does nothing, if you're having real constipation issues dont waste your time. Ask your prescriber for something that actually works. I looked it up and it's basically the same thing and strength as Ex-Lax. If I wanted Ex-Lax, I'd go to the store and get the cheap stuff we all know doesn't work. Prescriptions cost money, save yours for something that will actually give you relief.


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