Navigate Through Miralax and Other Rx-to-OTC Switches

You'll get questions about Rx-to-OTC switches now that all Rx-only polyethylene glycol 3350 (Miralax) for constipation is OTC.

FDA allows an Rx-to-OTC switch if there's evidence the med is effective and safe without prescriber supervision.

In most cases, the Rx BRAND is discontinued after an Rx-to-OTC switch...and most payers stop covering it.

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