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How should I take sodium polystyrene sulfonate?

Sodium polystyrene sulfonate is given most often by a nurse to someone under active medical care. It is administered between one and four times per day. If you are taking sodium polystyrene sulfonate at home, follow instructions carefully. If you have a powdered form, mix it with water; if you have a liquid form, shake it before use.

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