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Linzess is a drug that is prescribed to treat individuals with irritable bowel syndrome accompanied by constipation. To find the lowest prices for Linzess at pharmacies in your area, take advantage of the pricing database here at searchRx. Simply enter your zip code into the search box on the Linzess page and include the name of the medication, its strength, and amount needed for your prescription. When you find a price you like, print one of our Linzess cost-cutting savings coupons and bring it with you to the pharmacy you selected. Or, for even greater convenience, have the Linzess discount coupon available for immediate use by sending it directly to your mobile phone as a text message or email. To learn more about Linzess, how it is used, and how to save when filling your prescription, read the information below.
Linzess is prescribed to treat irritable bowel syndrome accompanied by constipation (also referred to as IBS-C). It may also be prescribed to treat chronic idiopathic constipation (CIC).
Linzess is administered as capsule that is taken orally, once a day, with water on an empty stomach. Though usually taken before the first meal of the day, the dosing regimen will be determined by the doctor and will depend on the condition being treated and the medical profile of the patient.
The safety of Linzess for children less than 18 has not been determined, and is not to be prescribed to children younger than six years old. This medication may cause diarrhea. Swallow the capsule whole; do not crush, split, or chew this medication.
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