How to treat constipation?

Fluids and fiber. Increase fluids/water and increase your fiber intake. If this doesn't work, talk to your doctor about whether a more extensive bowel regiment is indicated.

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How to treat constipation?

Constipation. Please send more information. E.G. What age group are you asking about and what other symptoms are present? How long has the condition lasted and what has been tried in the past? Read more...
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How can I treat constipation?

Diet. Changes are first answer. Drink more water (1 oz for every 2 lbs body weight). Eat more p-fruits (peach pear plum prune papaya pineapple pumpkin peas pomegranate all make you poop. Stop dairy. More exercise if you are sedentary (walking can be helpful). If none of these help then see your doctor for a more detailed evaluation and other options. Read more...
Change your diet and. Fluids. Eat a high fiber diet between 20-25 grams per day, regular meal times and drink 80-100 oz of caffeine free alcohol free fluids daily. If you exercise and should add 20 oz per 30 minutes of strenuous exercise. Some meds contribute to constipation so take the meds with full glass of fluid instead of a sip in addition to the above recommended fluids. Read more...

How do you treat constipation?

Fiber fluid excersis. Start with getting plenty of fiber, (25 gm/day, ) fluid (50 oz/day) and exercise if persist use MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) depending on symptoms may need work up. Read more...

How can I treat constipation without meds?

Diet. It's best to treat constipation with diet and lifestyle changes instead of medications. Slowly increasing your fresh fruit & vegetable intake is a good way to increase your fiber intake which naturally helps. Regular exercise will help as well. There are many causes of constipation. If these don't help, see your doctor for other suggestions that may help. . Read more...

How do I treat constipation caused by combodart?

PEG. I have found daily polyethylene glycol (peg) to be an effective treatment for chronic constipation in my patients. It is sold in the us as a branded or generic over the counter powder. Acute constipation may require suppository, enema or other stronger oral treatment. Adding fiber and fluids to the diet can also be helpful and may be all that is necessary long term. Read more...

How can I treat constipation during pregnancy?

Constipation remedies. Increase your fiber intake and drink plenty of water. You can also try prune juice, Fibercon, Colace, Dulcolax, Milk of Magnesia, (magnesium hydroxide) Metamucil, or Fiber One Bars. All of these are safe for most pregnant women. Read more...