TRILYTE Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 076491/001.

Names and composition

"TRILYTE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350 and POTASSIUM CHLORIDE and SODIUM BICARBONATE and SODIUM CHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
076491/001 TRILYTE POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350; POTASSIUM CHLORIDE; SODIUM BICARBONATE; SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 420GM per BOT and 1.48GM per BOT and 5.72GM per BOT and 11.2GM per BOT

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019797/002 NULYTELY-FLAVORED POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350; POTASSIUM CHLORIDE; SODIUM BICARBONATE; SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 420GM per BOT and 1.48GM per BOT and 5.72GM per BOT and 11.2GM per BOT
079232/001 LAX-LYTE WITH FLAVOR PACKS POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350; POTASSIUM CHLORIDE; SODIUM BICARBONATE; SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 420GM per BOT and 1.48GM per BOT and 5.72GM per BOT and 11.2GM per BOT
019797/001 NULYTELY POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350; POTASSIUM CHLORIDE; SODIUM BICARBONATE; SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 420GM per BOT and 1.48GM per BOT and 5.72GM per BOT and 11.2GM per BOT
090019/001 PEG-3350, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM BICARBONATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350; POTASSIUM CHLORIDE; SODIUM BICARBONATE; SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 420GM per BOT and 1.48GM per BOT and 5.72GM per BOT and 11.2GM per BOT
202060/001 PEG-3350, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM BICARBONATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350; POTASSIUM CHLORIDE; SODIUM BICARBONATE; SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 420GM per BOT and 1.48GM per BOT and 5.72GM per BOT and 11.2GM per BOT
090409/001 PEG-3350, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM BICARBONATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350; POTASSIUM CHLORIDE; SODIUM BICARBONATE; SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 420GM per BOT and 1.48GM per BOT and 5.72GM per BOT and 11.2GM per BOT
204559/001 PEG-3350, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM BICARBONATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350; POTASSIUM CHLORIDE; SODIUM BICARBONATE; SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 420GM per BOT and 1.48GM per BOT and 5.72GM per BOT and 11.2GM per BOT
076491/001 TRILYTE POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL 3350; POTASSIUM CHLORIDE; SODIUM BICARBONATE; SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 420GM per BOT and 1.48GM per BOT and 5.72GM per BOT and 11.2GM per BOT

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Answered questions

Any experience with Trilyte?
I was wondering how long it will be in effect?Its a laxative for a surgical procedure tommarrow.I have to drink a gallon of it....I started drinking it every ten minutes over an hour ago.Not much movement so to speak.(I havent had much solid food in the last 24 hours)I would like to go out for an hour... Asked by Ardelia Prentis 2 months ago.

I was wondering how long it will be in effect? Its a laxative for a surgical procedure tommarrow. I have to drink a gallon of it.... I started drinking it every ten minutes over an hour ago. Not much movement so to speak. (I havent had much solid food in the last 24 hours) I would like to go out for an hour at 9:30pm Does anyone think its possible Answered by Fonda Criton 2 months ago.

Keep going out to a minimum in case you need to get to the bathroom. You can probably run in and out somewhere quick. Good luck with your procedure tomorrow. Drinking this stuff is going to be the worst part of the whole thing! ;o) Answered by Rosanne Knotek 2 months ago.


Trilyte flavor question... Colonoscopy?
I don't mean to be disgusting... But I need help deciding, LOL! Asked by Lindy Flach 2 months ago.

Sorry dude. That's a question only you can answer. Which one of the two is your favorite and that's what you go with. Either way, it's some nasty shlt (no pun intended) Answered by Candance Quaranta 2 months ago.

they say not to use red.... but i did it was the only kind i could stomach. it does really matter that much any way once you put the solution in the drink it taste like crap Answered by Ardith Crooks 2 months ago.


What flavor mixes best with Trilyte?
I'm getting a colonoscopy on Monday and the doctor gave me Trilyte. It came with 5 different flavor packs; Citrus Berry, Lemon Lime, Orange, Pineapple, and Cherry. Has anyone had Trilyte and which flavor did you use and did it help mask the taste? Or should I just drink it without a flavor pack? Any suggestions... Asked by Deidre Muscatello 2 months ago.

I'm getting a colonoscopy on Monday and the doctor gave me Trilyte. It came with 5 different flavor packs; Citrus Berry, Lemon Lime, Orange, Pineapple, and Cherry. Has anyone had Trilyte and which flavor did you use and did it help mask the taste? Or should I just drink it without a flavor pack? Any suggestions for my preparation? Answered by Evelina Brawer 2 months ago.

Patients have told me that lemon-lime is best. Drinking it cold also helps. Answered by Kristofer Wicks 2 months ago.

I only had the pineapple, but it tasted fine to me -- no nausea, or feeling of disgust and wanting to get it out if me after drinking it each 30 mins. Answered by Leslee Morgan 2 months ago.


Going for colonoscopy tomorrow, trilyte not working what to do?
I took 4 laxatives per instructions at 4:00, started trilyte at 6:00, drank 2-1/2 liters per instructions and so far NOTHING. Asked by Rudolf Masunaga 2 months ago.

It's weird that nothing happened after taking all of that stuff... I had a colonoscopy this summer and I couldn't leave the bathroom for hours. Just follow the instructions - it'll come out eventually! Good luck! Answered by Patty Zaremski 2 months ago.


When a person has a colonoscopy done what determines whether a they are given Halflytly or Trilyte?
I was told that I was being given the Halflytly so that I wouldn't have to drink so much of the liquid. I still got very sick. I used to work in a doctor's office and I remember the drug reps coming in with Heavenly Ham luches and pizza and talking to everyone about the newest drug. It actually upset me... Asked by Mitch Gautreau 2 months ago.

I was told that a person with diabetees is given the Trilyte because the fluid is dehydrating. Is the only determination really the need to drink less of the fluid? My friend has the Trilyte to take but I was given the Halflytly - and I threw up half of it. Is the Halflytly just more concentrated? It made me really sick. Answered by Tawny Synan 2 months ago.

I was told that I was being given the Halflytly so that I wouldn't have to drink so much of the liquid. I still got very sick. I used to work in a doctor's office and I remember the drug reps coming in with Heavenly Ham luches and pizza and talking to everyone about the newest drug. It actually upset me pretty bad. Maybe my reaction to the Halflytly is the reason I've been feeling so poorly lately. Anyway, they determined that I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Answered by Ila Hochadel 2 months ago.

It depends on what gifts the doctor got from the pharmaceutical sales rep. The crap is all Polyethylene Glycol. That is also what they use for biodegradable anti-freeze. Others may follow their doctors blindly; but for the record Hommie don't play dat. I do the Fleet Phospha Soda, chugg the little bottle and quick chase it with diet soda or Gatorade. Answered by Randall Wiechec 2 months ago.

if it made you sick, call your doctor, there are other things you can take. Answered by Jesica Cruff 2 months ago.


Trilyte- Almost done with the jug, haven't gone #2 yet?
It's supposed to make me "run clear" I don't even know wht that means but I haven't gone yet Is that bad? I have a colonoscopy tomorrow and need to poop. Lol Asked by Matt Bissen 2 months ago.

Give it time, you will! Just keep on drinking as directed. Since the resulting bowel movements can be large and very watery, continue drinking water to avoid becoming dehydrated. Answered by Carmela Bundley 2 months ago.

All things come to those who wait. It will hit all of a sudden and you will say "when is this going to stop?" Remember to drink plenty of fluids and preferably sports drinks so as to maintain your electrolyte levels, Answered by Anamaria Maisch 2 months ago.


I have a colonoscopy in the morning, I have used GoLYTELY in the past, if Trilyte better ? Any side affects?
Asked by Laila Nghe 2 months ago.

It is still a PEG (polyethylene glycol) based laxative and I refuse to take any PEG based preps. Still slimy and makes you want to vomit. Answered by Zola Siok 2 months ago.


Going in for colonoscopy tomorrow, I just drank The Trilyte, I was wondering what color the stool should be?
I have had Stomach Problems for 3 years and am Finally going in for a colonoscopy and endoscapy. I have drank all the Trilyte plus more then I was suppose to. I have clear stools now but it is really bright yellow. Is that normal or is it suppose to be clear like water? Asked by Elida Vicens 2 months ago.

I have had this done 3 times in several years. You got the worst part done, drinking the (mine was called Kolite) drink. Yes, the yellow color is OK. My doctor told me they have a problem when a person only drinks half of it, because then there not cleaned out good enough and may be sent home to do it again. What a bummer that would be...you should be just fine. I felt no pain what so ever because they put you in a twilight sleep. You wake up quickly and say, "where's the food"? I have never ever had any ill effects from doing this test. Can go right about your normal activities the same day. The only thing they say is you should do no heavy lifting for a day or so. Good Luck Answered by Gertrudis Macduff 2 months ago.


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