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Product description written by Dr. Ami Patel, PharmD (November 24, 2020)

What is Linzess?

Linzess (generic name linaclotide) is a capsule that you swallow to treat constipation (hard or difficult to pass stools). It's used to treat irritable bowel syndrome with constipation (IBS-C), or chronic idiopathic constipation (CIC).

What is Linzess used for?

Linzess (Linaclotide) treats adults over age 18 with long-term constipation, including hard or difficult to pass stools (poop), belly pain, and incomplete bowel movements. It helps people suffering from chronic idiopathic constipation (CIC) or irritable bowel syndrome with constipation (IBS-C).

What are the side effects of Linzess?

  • Diarrhea

  • Stomach upset

  • Belly pain

  • Passing gas

  • Bloating

  • Feeling pressure

  • Fullness in your belly

  • Runny nose

  • Sinus infections

The most common Linzess side effect is loose or frequent stools (diarrhea). If you experience severe diarrhea, stop using Linzess and call your doctor immediately. Diarrhea may start within the first 14 days of taking Linzess.

Other common side effects include belly pain, stomach upset, passing gas, bloating or feeling pressure and fullness in your belly, and runny nose or sinus infections.

If you have strange or severe belly pain, call your doctor and seek emergency help right away. Having severe pain, along with passing bright red bloody stools or stools that look dark colored and sticky like tar could be a serious Linzess (Linaclotide) side effect.

This is not a full list of all possible Linzess side effects. Call your doctor if you think you are experiencing any side effects from Linzess (Linaclotide).

What you should know before using Linzess (Linaclotide)

Do not give Linzess (Linaclotide) to children younger than 18 years old. It can cause severe diarrhea and dehydration that can make children seriously ill. Keep this and all medicine out of the reach of children to prevent accidental exposure.

Tell your doctor if you have a bowel blockage (intestinal obstruction) before starting Linzess. Do not use Linzess if you have a blockage in your gut.

Let your doctor know if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, or if you are breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed before taking Linzess (Linaclotide).

Tell your doctor about all prescription or over-the-counter medicines or supplements you may be using before taking Linzess (Linaclotide). If you have any other medical problems, tell your doctor before starting Linzess. Do not use Linzess if you have an allergy to linaclotide. Linzess should not be crushed or chewed, so let your doctor know if you have trouble swallowing capsules.

Linzess (Linaclotide) should be stored in a dry place at room temperature. Do not remove Linzess from its original package. Do not use a pill box or weekly pill organizer to store Linzess. When you receive a bottle of Linzess, it will contain a desiccant packet to help keep your medicine dry. Do not remove the dessicant from your medicine bottle.

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  • What is the cost of Linzess?

    Linzess cost varies depending on your prescription. The milligram strength, dosage, and length of treatment will determine the cost of your medicine. Buy Linzess online at for the best Linzess cost.

  • What is the proper dosage of linzess (Linaclotide)?

    Linzess dosage varies from person to person and can change based on your medical history. Follow your doctor's instructions to obtain the best dose of Linzess for you. Linzess dosage for some people with IBS-C is 290mcg swallowed once daily. Linzess dosage for people with CIC can vary from 72 mcg once daily to 145 mcg once daily depending on your medical history. Linzess works best when taken on an empty stomach at least 30 minutes before breakfast.

The information provided on the website is intended to facilitate awareness about healthcare products and medical conditions generally but it is not a substitute for professional medical attention or advice. You should always speak with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking any prescription or non-prescription drug.