FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: SUPREP BOWEL PREP KIT

User Comments:


For Bowel Preparation “Everyone else I know used the Miralax method and said it wasn’t that bad but did make them nauseous due to all the liquid they had to drink. Some said it took too long to work. I’m glad I was given Suprep because it worked very well for me. Here are the bullet points:1). Grape taste wasn’t that bad but was way too sweet with artificial sweeteners. Not bad though. Do not use lemon wedges to hide taste! The small amount of pulp can negatively alter your colonoscopy. Just take a sip of Gatorade if the taste bothers you.2). Started working in 40 mins.3). No cramping or pain, just a little rumbling.4). Slight headache.(Lack of electrolytes). Drink Gatorade or Pidialite.5). Stay very close to the bathroom! When it’s time to go, it’s time to go!! It’s like water, so not much noise! Lol. 6). 2nd dose was even easier. I guess because I knew what to expect.Overall it was an ok experience! Bottoms Up!”

Grape? March 12, 2018


For Bowel Preparation “First time getting checked, took first dose tasted like salt and cough syrup, use a straw and COLD water, went 6 times. Second dose went 5 times , not any side effects at all. Very easy and does a good job.”

Doug (taken for less than 1 month) March 12, 2018


For Bowel Preparation “I chilled everything, got a bag of lemons, and had my doctor fill a script for anti nausea meds. This stuff tastes like death! I was gagging and nearly vomited numerous times. The straw and lemons definitely helped. I believe the anti nausea meds kept it down. I think I would have vomited big time without the meds. I started the first round with meds at 4:30 and Suprep at 5:00. I didn’t finish the death juice until 5:35. At one point, I was sobbing because I just couldn’t drink it. Who needs water boarding when you have this torture method? I followed the Suprep with 32 ounces of Gatorade. BIG mistake, my stomach hurt so bad. By 6:00, lots of bathroom action. It was like a tornado. This lasted for about an hour – I literally didn’t get off the toilet. I held off wiping as much as possible and dapped Destin whenever I thought I had a minute break. I had cleaning products in the bathroom and used them when I thought it was safe to get off the toilet for a moment.”

First Time VA Gal (taken for less than 1 month) March 9, 2018


For Bowel Preparation “Fortunately, I didn’t get nauseated from either dose of Suprep.The first dose did little other than give me a grumbly stomach all night. The second dose in the morning worked so fast I had to run to the bathroom.The doctor did my screening today. Because the prep didn’t cleanse enough for me, the doctor wants me to do this again in one year with some additional preparation she will have me do (whatever that is). I was hoping for ten years, but at least I will be a lot more prepared for next time. These reviews were really helpful to me, so thanks!”

grogers1221 (taken for less than 1 month) March 9, 2018


For Bowel Preparation “This is the worst tasting stuff I’ve ever had. I tried doing shots and chasing it with broth, wate,r lemons whatever to get the taste out it leaves me feeling nauseous. I’m using a straw – did not work for me. I poured it into a shot class and did shots and followed it with either chicken broth water or a sip of black coffee.. The worst part is the nauseous feeling for me.. sucking on hard candies Ginger candies afterwards helps”

D March 7, 2018


For Bowel Preparation “This was no big deal at all. Tasted like a slightly syrupy cool Aid. Very little after taste. I followed the directions exactly. No lemons or other things. I just washed it down with the prescribed 32 oz of water in the following hour. I seriously don’t understand the comments where people are saying it’s the worst thing they’ve ever tasted. Not bad at all. Great product.”

Anonymous March 7, 2018

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