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  1. Mineral oil is a liquid oil produced from petroleum. Mineral oil overdose occurs when someone accidentally or intentionally takes ...
  2. ... sulfate Malt soup extract Methylcellulose Milk of magnesia Mineral oil Phenolphthalein Poloxamer 188 Polycarbophil Potassium bitartrate and sodium ...
  3. Constipation (American Academy of Family Physicians)  
    ... away in a few weeks or less. Is mineral oil a good laxative? In general, only use mineral oil when your doctor recommends it, such as if ... shouldn't strain to have a bowel movement. Mineral oil shouldn't be used regularly. If it is ...
  4. Laxatives: OTC Products for Constipation (American Academy of Family Physicians)  
    ... 1 hour of taking antacids or drinking milk. Mineral oil and castor oil are sometimes used as laxatives, but they shouldn’t be used often. If mineral oil is used often, it can cause deficiencies of ...
  5. Constipation and Fecal Soiling (North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition) - PDF  
    ... from above and below. Oral agents such as mineral oil, Magnesium Citrate, Milk of Magnesia, Miralax TM (polyethylene ... Some children do not like the taste of mineral oil or milk of magnesia. Some of these medicines ...
  6. ... in the ear: Baby oil Commercial drops Glycerin Mineral oil Water Another method is to wash out the ... cloth or paper tissue wrapped around your finger. Mineral oil can be used to moisturize the ear and ...
  7. ... do not easily loosen and wash off, apply mineral oil to the baby's scalp and wrap warm, wet ... If you use warm, wet cloths with the mineral oil, check often to be sure that the cloths ...
  8. ... keep the stools soft and comfortable. Taking flavored mineral oil for a short period of time. This is only a short-term treatment because mineral oil interferes with the absorption of calcium and vitamin ...
  9. Vulvar Care (American College of Nurse-Midwives) - PDF  
    ... a bowel movement, do not rub! Try using mineral oil or an unscent- ed liquid soap (examples: Dove, ... Basis, Vanicream). A make up remover that contains mineral oil, petroleum jelly, and paraffi n also can be ...
  10. Skin Problems in Construction (Center to Protect Workers' Rights) - PDF  
    ... your skin and make you very sick. Try mineral oil or vegetable oil with soap and water. Some ... cloth or paper. After that you can use mineral oil, petroleum jelly (vaseline), or oil-based lotions. Try ...
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