Don't worry about answering the question. I can not take it. It has lactose in it & I can not have anything with lactose in it. I guess the name should have told me but I read up on it to make sure. Thanks AlbertaView Thread
I went back to see my doctor. Nothing is wrong with me. ThankGod. He did change my meds though. He put me Lactulose 2x a day. Does anyone know anything about this?I have not taken any of it yet. So please hurry & answer. AlbertaView Thread
I know this sounds crazy but I think my rectum will not open to allow anything to come out. Has anyone ever heard of this? I had a colonoscopy 2 weeks ago. I eat fiber all time, drink alot of water, also drink the meds the doc gave me twice a day & nothing. I am lactose intolerant also but I think I will eat something with dairy in it tonight just to see if that will help. I hate being in pain but I can not stand feeling this way. Please help. AlbertaView Thread
A little about me... I had a stroke 8 years ago. I am 45 years old. And I need your help. I am on the stroke board.
I had to have a colonoscopy done last week. Because of not having a bowel movement for about 2 months before. The doc said there was no blockages, he also said I should have have a BM within 3 days of having that done.It has been over a week & still nothing. I do not go back to the doctor until March 4. Is there anything I can do before then? Thanks AlbertaView Thread
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