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Prepopik is a combination of sodium picosulfate, magnesium oxide, and anhydrous citric acid that helps cleanse the adult colon in preparation for a colonoscopy. The mixture helps clear the colon before the operation. This highly specialized medication can be expensive, but you can compare prices for Prepopik using our handy search tool. We’ll display the estimated cost of Prepopik drug fills at pharmacies in your area when you enter your zip code and prescription information. You can then download a Prepopik discount coupon to make sure you get the best price for your Prepopik purchase at the pharmacy of your choice.
Prepopik is used as a preparatory agent before a patient is due to undergo a colonoscopy. When used as directed, it helps clear the colon of remaining waste so that a colonoscopy can occur without obstruction or interruption.
Prepopik is available as a powder for mixing into clear liquids. The complete preparation consists of two packets of powder intended to be taken separately. Take the medication exactly as directed by your doctor in a clear liquid, then consume only clear liquids until your colonoscopy. Be sure to consume plenty of water to avoid the risk of dehydration and severe changes in blood salt (electrolytes).
Do not eat solid foods or drink milk until your colonoscopy is over. Do not take any other laxatives while taking this medication. Use of Prepopik may cause serious loss of body fluid and electrolytes, which can lead to abnormal heartbeat, seizure, kidney problems, or death. Be sure to drink plenty of water when taking this medication.
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