I hope the phospho goes smoothly. Just remember next time to get the miralax if you have problems. It is totally painless and works great, huge improvement. The dulcolax will help.
Rosie, that's what its called Go Lytely! Yeah, that's the junk! I'm LOL, and you had to pay for it? I know medicaid and medicare weren't paying for the miralax, but since now its over the counter, maybe that's why they started paying for it, because last time medicare covered the whole thing of miralax for me, I had to pay a little, but it wasn't a whole bunch I don't think.
Yeah Go Lytely, that's a joke! well it will have you hoppin' and skippin' to the bathroom, sore as all get out! Everyone here is right, you do feel great afterwards because you're all cleaned out. And remember to have someone help you in and out of the car and up any stairs so you don't fall if you are still drowsy afterwards. They kicked me out like "don't let the door hit you" and I was still out of it at home. But I guess thats the way they do it now.
Will be wishing the best for you. And tell your husband, the miralax and gatorade is much better and doesn't hurt at all and I'm very sensitive to this stuff and that I have not one bit of abdominal pain or burning with miralax and I was better able to control things. So there is a better solution for him rather than the Go-lytely. It is quite traumatizing, and I was terrified to do another until they promised me I could do miralax. I could've cared less about
the scope, the prep was so bad for me. But it's important to get it done. I had an adenoma.
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