- adj. Serving to prevent or counter diarrhea.
- anti- + diarrhea (Wiktionary)
“However, Novartis also sells a product called Maalox Total Relief, which is an upset-stomach reliever and antidiarrhea medication that has a different active ingredient.”
“Conte thinks the results will lead to FDA approval of an antidiarrhea drug by the end of 2011.”
“FACTOID: Since the BRAT diet bananas, rice, applesauce, toast is the antidiarrhea diet, we decided to make an acronym for the anticonstipation diet.”
“Redi-Clinic, for example, with 22 locations in H-E-B grocery stores in Texas, charges $75 for a pre-travel evaluation and a kit with powerful insect repellents, an antibiotic, and antidiarrhea medications.”
“By the time he left, Mr. Majid had a new radio, a few packaged military meals, Tylenol for his head and antidiarrhea medicine for his grandson.”
“Whoever forgot had a supply of antidiarrhea pills that would follow a serious chewing from Captain Ramirez.”
“Drugs; we recommend having the following medications in adult and child formulations: acetaminophen (tylenol or generic), ibuprofen (Advil or generic), aspirin (brand name or generic), antihistamine (Benadryl or generic), antidiarrhea medicine (Imodium or generic), antacid (tums or generic).”
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