Definitions

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  • n. A particular surfactant, used as a stool softener or laxative.

Etymologies

Shortening of dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • We don’t carry any name brands but we do have a generic, it’s called docusate.

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  • In the past, we have even recommended using a couple drops of docusate sodium Colace, Diocto, Docu, a liquid laxative, to soften earwax.

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  • The real secret is that docusate is one of the most effective stool softeners known to medicine.

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  • For example, docusate sodium (which also has a weak stimulant action).

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  • If your main symptom is straining to pass hard, dry stools, try docusate (Colace and generic), an emollient type of laxative better known as a stool softener.

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  • If your main symptom is straining to pass hard, dry stools, try docusate Colace and generic, an emollient type of laxative better known as a stool softener.

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  • She has tried prescription and over-the-counter medicines, including fiber and docusate, to no avail.

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  • Polyphenolics and other stimulant laxatives: bisacodyl, sodium picosulphate, castor oil Faecal lubricants: arachis oil enema, docusate sodium enema

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