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(of a drug) used to alleviate diarrhea.
- ‘On the other hand, if you have diarrhea, your doctor may recommend anti-diarrheal medications’
- ‘Use anti-diarrheal medications and laxatives with caution.’
- ‘It is also in products like toothpastes, cosmetics, rust removers, water-based paints, and antidiarrheal medicines.’
- ‘Routine use of antidiarrheal agents is not recommended because many of these agents potentially have serious adverse effects in infants and young children.’
- ‘They have antioxidant properties, antidiarrheal effects, and are toxic to a wide range of microbial organisms including parasites and some common viruses.’
An antidiarrheal drug.
- ‘If you suffer from diarrhea, then you may want to try anti-diarrheals or anti-spasmodic medications.’
- ‘This result was attributed to the Aegle marmelos, a commonly known antidiarrheal in India, although the two botanicals were not given separately, so individual effects cannot be confirmed.’
- ‘Additional therapy can consist of dietary restriction, anti-emetics (anti-vomiting), anti-diarrheals, and broad spectrum antibiotics to prevent secondary infections.’
- ‘To help treat your symptoms, your doctor may recommend anti-diarrhoeals, laxatives, pain relievers or other over-the-counter (OTC) drugs.’
- ‘Anti-diarrheals help to alleviate the pain and cramping caused by diarrhea.’
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