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... I have been using Cirtucel for almost 2 years and it has changed my life! I don't know how I could live without it. ... (5 replies)
... Fiber therapy is not a laxative and it is not habit forming but every body needs fiber for their intestines to work properly. ... (5 replies)
... I have a few questions for anyone who uses Citrucel for regularity. ... (5 replies)

... I can understand your pain and frustration as I had constipation problems all of my life since very early childhood. I have learned that I need to give myself 30 minutes on the toilet every morning before I even get into the shower to move my bowels. ... (2 replies)
... My husband is having fecal leakage. No warnings, just has leakage during various times of the day. He has gastric reflux fairly often and takes medication for that and I have read that could cause leaky bowels. Along with the leaky bowels he has constipation which to me seems a bit odd. ... (2 replies)
Dec 11, 2011
... How long has it been since you last had a bowel movement ? ... (2 replies)
... Try Citrate of Magnesia, only 1 at first. Make sure you follow the directions on the bottle and it should give you an idea how long it should take for it to work. If it doesn't work then call the drug store and ask the pharmicist if it's okay to take another bottle. ... (4 replies)
... Is there possible nerve damage that controls the peristalsis in the colon or even the rectal anal nerves that helps the muscles to contract and relax to allow the stool pass through the rectum and out of the anus ? ... (5 replies)
... Laxative products, including CITRUCEL shouldn't be used for longer than one week unless you're directed to do so by your physician. ... (5 replies)
Sep 8, 2013
... barium enema,and then colonoscopy. The only reason I can think of for doing a colonoscopy first is if the doctor felt something on the rectal exam that could possibly be causing a partial blockage in the rectum or sigmoid colon. ... (3 replies)
... weeks. By that I mean I went from CONSTANT pain to "twinges of pain" here and there, and I am now almost pain free. A lot of the pressure has disappeared and the puffiness has gone done. ... (5 replies)
Lazy Colon
Aug 7, 2013
... The doctor probably wants to rule out anything that might be causing a blockage like a polyp. A redundant colon can cause severe constipation. ... (3 replies)
Backed up poop
May 25, 2013
... Anal sphincter won't relax can't pass softs or liguid dont about if miralax will work anymore lower gut is in so much pain now I can feel it up to my chest now (2 replies)
... Well, here's an update! I'm a bit amazed how much rubber banding has helped treat internally. However, I could not entirely avoid the scalpel. ... (10 replies)
... Try using a glycerin suppository to soften any stool that is hard and dry stuck in your rectum and probably won't pass without excessively straining to force it out and aggravate the hemorrhoid. This can take as little time as 20 minutes to work and long as an hour. Drink lots of water like 64 oz. ... (3 replies)
... Try using a glycerin suppository to soften the stool that is in the rectum that you can't pass. This can take as little as 20 minutes to work or as long as an 1 hour. ... (2 replies)
... This the worst thing you can do is to hold in your bowel movements on purpose. Our bodies are made to get rid of waste products on a regular basis and that is what our bowel movements are made up of is waste. ... (11 replies)
... I have IBS with constipation and sometimes diarrhea. Back in early March of 2011 I started a bowel retraining program to keep from getting constipated. ... (1 replies)
... minutes until you feel a very strong urge to have a bowel movement. If you have gone more than 3 days without a bowel movement then the suppository may not work for an hour or at all then you may need to use a oil bases enema. ... (4 replies)
... Make sure you don't lie down after eating for at least 2 hours. some of the burping and vomiting could be acid reflux and the stomach ache and diarrhea could be IBS. ... (4 replies)

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