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... but if you just want to bypass straight to the questions, just look down at the end of the post. ... (0 replies)
... This will most likely be a long post, thank you for your patience. Sorry it took me a bit to check in, kind of had to get in yet a "different" type of bathroom routine. ... (116 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)

... 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)
... This the worst thing you can do is to hold in your bowel movements on purpose. ... (11 replies)
... s recommended that you take stool softeners that contain fiber to help BM. ... (2 replies)
... Take a stool softener such as Metamucil or Citrucel for a few days prior and after the procedure. ... (131 replies)
... Thank you in advance for your help! ... (2 replies)
... and I tried to give a reasonable timeline of how the average person recovers from surgery from the posts I read. ... (2 replies)
... Whatever you do, do not stop the fiber. Your body requires both soluble and insoluble fiber. ... (1 replies)
... By taking the enema and laxatives you got rid of only what was in your rectum and sigmoid colon which is the lower part of the colon. Drink 64 oz. ... (5 replies)
... l motility. I told him in detail what my problems are, apparently my first doctor did not fill him in on any of the details. His first question to me was why are you here and whay did you have a colonoscopy. I was floored. I said I was told I needed to have a colonoscopy before I came to see you. ... (10 replies)
... Your body needs food to heal. Review the Food section above. Frequent meals throughout the day seems to have better results than one meal a day. You should be drinking plenty of water. ... (2 replies)
Prunes
Dec 11, 2011
... How long has it been since you last had a bowel movement ? ... (2 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)
Backed up poop
May 19, 2013
... I haven't done this but I heard it works, take 2 tablespoons of olive oil at and in the morning. It helps lubricate the colon to push the stool through the large intestine. ... (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)
... I will echo LucyLucy. I think that your bowel gets used to the laxative and forgets how to go on its own. So if you can, take the laxative only long enough to get back to a normal routine. That said, for those of us who can't go normally anyway, it might be necessary to use a laxative forever. ... (10 replies)
... A meaning you alternate between severe constipation to bouts of explosive diarrhea that can't be controlled sometimes. It also sounds you may have some acid reflux as well. ... (1 replies)
Colonoscopy
Sep 8, 2013
... I don't know how long you are going without moving your bowels. ... (3 replies)


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