A 35-year-old female asked:
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been eating vry little last 3 days as a side effect of starting zoloft (sertraline). taking psyllium w/cal supp.5 tabs 2xday. not pooping much & not bulky. am i constipated again or is it bc of little food intake?

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Dr. Robert Killian
28 years experience General Practice
Please Drink Water: It is most likely not eating enough. That is quite a large amount of fiber. I would hope you have drunk one to two liters of water to flush that through.
Answered on Sep 27, 2013
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Dr. Andrew Reeves
30 years experience Neurology
Could be: If you're not eating much, not much will come out.
Answered on Aug 5, 2018

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