FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: POTASSIUM CHLORIDE

User Comments:


Klor-Con M10 (potassium chloride) for Hypokalemia: “M10 in tablet form is grainy and very hard to swallow. I switched to the liquid, which is more expensive, because I feared choking.”

gplove (taken for 1 to 6 months) July 22, 2017


For Hypokalemia: “Severe diarrhea and nausea”

Mel121713 (taken for less than 1 month) January 21, 2017


Klor-Con (potassium chloride) for Prevention of Hypokalemia: “The pills too large to swallow and I almost choked twice. So now I bite tablet in half. I’m afraid to swallow and my voice is getting hoarse. I’m thinking of stopping this med. Is there a liquid form available?”

bill blur November 9, 2015


For Hypokalemia: “This Potassium pill does not dissolve…the white coating does, then the rest is left in the stool.Yes, I have salvaged them from the stool and they still have the USL 10 number on them (although the white coating is gone, the yellowish pill is quite all there!).WHY? Has no one else complained?Freddie”

Freddie IS my name! August 26, 2015


Klor-Con (potassium chloride) for Prevention of Hypokalemia: “Works great, I feel so much better, and no side effects at all!”

T M March 9, 2014


Klor-Con (potassium chloride) for Prevention of Hypokalemia: “Increased urination and loss of bladder control.”

Sparkle plentyhooray henry December 20, 2013

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