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Read user comments about the side effects, benefits, and effectiveness of Amitiza Oral.

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Condition: Chronic Difficulty having a Bowel Movement
9/19/2007 11:31:28 PM

Reviewer: Leah, 19-24 Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)


Current Rating: 5

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 4


Current Rating: 3

While this drug is extremely helpful in relieving constipation, it has caused me intense nausea, diaharrea and gas- the nausea being the worse. I recommend taking at night because when I took it in the morning I was nauseated all day at work. It also causing a burning pain in my throat when I take it and my co-worker takes this medicine as well and has experienced the same pain. Overall, Amitiz ... Show Full Comment

Condition: Chronic Difficulty having a Bowel Movement
9/19/2007 2:31:26 PM

Reviewer: Yvonne, 55-64 Female


Current Rating: 3

Ease of Use

Current Rating: 4


Current Rating: 3

I have been on this medication for one week. It has relieved my chronic constipation but replaced it with loose stools bordering on diarrhea. My doctor prescribed taking the drug 2x daily. However, this produced very, loose stools, painful gas and stomach discomfort. I reduced the dosage to 1x daily and noticed some improvement. Since reducing the dosage, I have less gas, my stools are more fi ... Show Full Comment

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