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... So sorry your having problems with constipation. Just recently we had a lengthy thread about this very problem. It was called, "constipation with oxycodone" started by Carlos. It's on the very next page of threads. There was some great advice in that thread. ... (18 replies)
... days ago and my 18 month problem with severe constipation from oxycodone for pain is completely over. I took the diphen. to try to end a three week old problem with fall rash and itching which is the worst I ever have experienced. ... (1 replies)
... However, some have had very good success with it. ... (13 replies)

... This is why I have a bit of an issue with the Miralax. However, Metmucil is pure husk fiber....Very natural. But, if the blueberries work for you, then all the better. ... (29 replies)
... someone else told me about the blueberries. All this along with the Kashi waffles and more veggies in my diet. ... (29 replies)
... Best of luck to you with this. I'm sure it's not fun. ... (29 replies)
... One has to be very careful with any type of fiber pills....You have to drink a ton of water to get them to work. If you don't, they will actually stop you up. ... (29 replies)
... honest with the guy when explaining my problem. ... (29 replies)
... No problem....Glad I could help. Try to take the Metamucil @ night sometime after dinner. Maybe on a full stomach, you'll have less gas. I've never tried it any other time of day, so I wouldn't know. As I mentioned previously, I always take it about 8pm or two hours after dinner. I think once you get stabilized, and you body gets used to it, the gas will go away. ... (29 replies)
... Thanks for the advice, I really don't want to stuff with peristalsis any more than I have to, therefore I'd prefer to use laxatives like senna. They tend to give me terrible cramps anyway. ... (29 replies)
... Yes, I started with one. And when I say move slow, I mean add very small increments...Such as 1 t spoon, then a fraction of another, then a fraction of another and so on. ... (29 replies)
... oz glass of water each evening and drink it quick, before it thickens up. If I were new to it, I would start with one tablespoon and then go from there. ... (29 replies)
... When another CP'er told me about Miralax, I thought I had finally found the solution to the constipation problem; it worked really well - far better than the senna i had been using before. However, I started seeing a new doctor about a month ago and he told me Miralax was *not* something I wanted to put in my body on a regular (or even irregular) basis. Not only does it... (29 replies)
... I am someone who has NEVER had a problem with constipation in my life....in fact, I tended to have irritable bowel syndrome with diahhrea....until I started taking the LA opiates. Then I would go for days without a bowel movement..to the point I was getting very sick and vomiting. ... (29 replies)
... and it helps the Miralax work better! I would highly suggest trying both! As an aside I have been on pain meds for nearly six years so I definitely need the help with constipation! ... (29 replies)
... I am so sorry for all that you've been through. I've been there with Mr. Fissure...In fact, he's sent his cousin Hemi to join the existing colonization. NO ONE knows the pain unless they've lived it. ... (3 replies)
... Its also best to combine opiate pain meds with other therapies, so I hope your doctor works with you on that too. I think you had mentioned they wanted to get you some pain relief first though. ... (8 replies)
... Read the pharmacy insert so you know what to look out for. Most common would probably be constipation, which is dose/frequency related. Its common to need to take a laxative and/or stool softener. Miralax is my favorite. Sedation isn't as likely with oxycodone as some of the others; some folks find it actually stimulating. Give it a try and see what you think. The med... (37 replies)
... Read the pharmacy insert so you know what to look out for. Most common would probably be constipation, which is dose/frequency related. Its common to need to take a laxative and/or stool softener. Miralax is my favorite. Sedation isn't as likely with oxycodone as some of the others; some folks find it actually stimulating. Give it a try and see what you think. The med... (37 replies)
... Thanks for the info! I've honestly never ever heard of that drug being used for that purpose. Please let us know how things go down the road. It's amazing what pops up on these boards. Again, thanks for the info and good luck in the future. (6 replies)


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