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Posted 5 months ago (6/14/2018)

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My experience was not what I'd call treatment. At the time I had an opiate habit and my Rx was abruptly stopped. As I result of course withdrawals kicked in and I just couldn't take it so started my daily routine that lasted 6 months. The only OTC opiate available was a cough medicine containing Dihydrocodiene. Each 200ml bottle contained 380mg of Dihydrocodiene plus 88 grams (yes you read that right 88g), and I was using 2 x 200ml bottles EVERY day ..... once in morning and another about 2pm-ish. So each and everyday I was consuming 176 grams of Sorbitol. To say diarrhoea was a side effect wouldn't even come close to describing it. Explosive Diarrhoea kinda begins to describe it. So normally the bowel/colon absorbs water from faeces,....... throw 88g of sorbitol in there twice a day and you get a very different action ....... essentially the bowel changes gears and slams into reverse ..... now our friend OSMOSIS comes out to play which = EXPLOSIVE DIARRHOEA and regular intervals. Pretty soon I learned it wasn't a good idea to drink a whole lot (water, juice etc) as this made diarrhoea start sooner and last longer. I 'trained' myself and soon learned how to hold-off diarrhoea

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Posted 11 months ago (12/8/2017)

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The reasons given here are not applicable to me. I use to take this after every six months to cure my cough problem . My doctor told me that my cough is due to liver disorder and I take this for 15 days daily 2 to 3 times a day 15 ml every time. My cough which could not cure in 5 years .. cured by this medicine using 15 days. Now when ever I start cough .. generally once in six months .. i take this as above and it get cured.

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