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Ora-Sweet SF, PCCA Sweet-SF, PCCA Syrup Vehicle, PCCA-Plus, Numoisyn) is a sweet solution that is hyperosmotic and allows it to relieve constipation. Side effects, drug interactions, dosage, and pregnancy safety should be reviewed prior to taking this product.

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      • Definition of stool color changes
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      • What are symptoms of stool color changes?
      • What are the causes of stool color, texture, and form changes?
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      • Bright red stools
      • Black tarry stools
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      • Colitis and proctitis
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      • What kind of doctor treats rectal bleeding?
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      • MRI and CT tomographic angiography
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  • Numoisyn
  • Ora-Sweet SF
  • PCCA Sweet-SF
  • PCCA Syrup Vehicle
  • PCCA-Plus