Nuytely Bowel Prep Kit
Prior to Prep Day
- Obtain Nulytely prep from the pharmacy of your choice a couple of days prior to your procedure (need prescription).
- Diabetic patients should contact their primary care physician for instructions regarding your diabetic medications prior to your procedure.
- Patients who take Plavix or Coumadin (Warfarin) should contact their physicians for instructions on these medications prior to your procedure.
Prep Day: Starting the day before your procedure
You must complete ALL STEPS below to be cleaned out PROPERLY
- MIX SOLUTION in the morning (a.m.) and Refrigerate.
Tear open one Flavor Pack of choice and pour into NuLytely bottle (solution can be used with or without flavor packs). Add lukewarm drinking water to top of line on bottle. Cap bottle and shake till it dissolves the powder. The solution will be clear and colorless. Use within 48 Hours.
DO NOT add anything else to the solution, such as additional flavorings.
- Have a LIQUID Breakfast and Lunch
- Start Prep at 6:00 p.m. or earlier, (depending on if working or not).
- You need to drink 8oz. every 15 minutes until the ENTIRE gallon is gone
OR (Depending on Physician Instructions)
- You will drink 8oz. every 15 minutes until 1/2 gallon is gone the NIGHT BEFORE your colonoscopy, THEN the morning of your procedure you will drink the remaining 1/2 gallon of solution, 8oz. every 15 minutes until the ENTIRE gallon is gone.
- Once you start your prep, you may have clear liquids until 4 hours prior to your procedure.
- If you are still having formed bowel movements after finishing your prep, you will then need to drink 1 bottle of Magnesium Citrate (green or clear ONLY). You can purchase Magnesium Citrate over the counter.
- If your procedure is scheduled for the p.m. you may have clear liquids:
– 3 hours prior for Colonoscopy Only
– 6 hours prior for EGD and Colonoscopy
* * * Your Bowel Movements should be CLEAR like URINE!! * * *
* * * You want your prep FINISHED early, so that the prep is OUT early enough (before you leave for hospital) * * *