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KEIANN1 SparkPoints: (14,436)
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7/7/13 12:17 P

Thank you. That's what I was thinking, just hoping otherwise because it seems to be hard for me to get my water in.

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7/7/13 10:35 A

I concur, that is true, and what's sad is I work in healthcare and did not think that through. Apologies!

Edited by: STARSHINEFL at: 7/7/2013 (10:37)
OPUSEVA Posts: 1,309
7/7/13 9:48 A

Uh, actually, NO. The way Miralax works is by keeping the water in your GI tract and preventing absorption. The water contributes to easier BMs. Since it is not absorbed, you SHOULD NOT count it for your daily consumption.

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7/7/13 9:35 A

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7/7/13 8:32 A

Definitely

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7/7/13 5:24 A

Can you count the water you use to mix your miralax in?

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