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  1. Bisacodyl Carboxymethylcellulose Cascara sagrada Casanthranol Castor oil Dehydrocholic acid Docusate Glycerin Lactulose Magnesium citrate Magnesium hydroxide Magnesium oxide Magnesium ...
  2. Dry Skin (Sjogren's Syndrome Foundation) - PDF  
    ... Dove®, Basis®, Cetaphil® or the low/no residue glycerin bars such as Neutrogena®) instead of harsh true “ ... using products that contain chemicals such as urea, glycerin, lactic or similar “metabolic” or alpha-hydroxy acids ( ...
  3. ... or 30 minutes after you eat. Use a glycerin suppository or Dulcolax at planned times when you ...
  4. ... a moisturizing sunscreen with ingredients like lanolin or glycerin. Winter conditions can be particularly harsh on the ...
  5. ... wax in the ear: Baby oil Commercial drops Glycerin Mineral oil Water Another method is to wash ...
  6. Cauda Equina Syndrome (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons)  
    ... with gloved hands. You may want to use glycerin suppositories or enemas to help empty the bowels. ...
  7. ... also stimulate bowel movements by using a suppository (glycerin or bisacodyl) or a small enema. Some people ...
  8. Recovery After Stroke: Bladder and Bowel Function (National Stroke Association) - PDF  
    ... switch to a more mild form (such as glycerin).  When using suppositories, you should drink more liquids ...
  9. Understanding Constipation (American Gastroenterological Association) - PDF  
    ... through the intestine more easily. Mineral oil or glycerin suppositories are the most common example. Lubricants typically ...
  10. Overview of Food Ingredients, Additives and Colors (Food and Drug Administration)  
    ... Retain moisture Shredded coconut, marshmallows, soft candies, confections Glycerin, sorbitol Yeast Nutrients Promote growth of yeast Breads ...
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