How do laxatives work?
Laxatives are drugs that relieve constipation by loosening stools or inducing a bowel movement. Some laxatives are also used before bowel procedures or examinations. Laxatives come as pills, capsules, liquids, foods, gums, suppositories, and enemas.
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