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Fisher problem from post delivery time, difficulty in passing urine as well as bowel movement, normal delivery - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Please proceed with your query
User :   OK
User :   I have been suffering from Fisher problem post my delivery
User :   I have gr8 difficulty in passing motion everyday, but I am almost left in tears because of this
Doctor :   I understand
User :   My baby is 4month old now
User :   I have been advised to take Azithral-500 and Dulcolax
Doctor :   Ok, You mean to say you have both problem in passing urine as well as in passing motions?
Doctor :   Those medications are good and fine
User :   AZITHRAL is advised once daily after dinner for three days to heel the cut which i have
Doctor :   Is this your first delivery?
User :   yes and my baby is totally dependent on my feed
Doctor :   May I know the mode of delivery? was it a normal delivery or CS?
User :   i just wanted to make sure that it should not have any side effects on the baby
User :   it was a normal delivery
Doctor :   ok, Azithral is very safe in the post -delivery period
Doctor :   Do not worry, it will not affect the baby
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   The course of Azithral will be over in 3 days
Doctor :   It will take some time for you to gain control over your bladder and bowel again
Doctor :   Drink plenty of fluids and take lot of fibres in your diet
Doctor :   Are you there Vibha?
User :   dulcolax is advised just one day three tablet uh
User :   sorry there was a technical problem
User :   Dulcolax three tablets together after 5:00 p.m.
Doctor :   You can take it every night or as and when required, depending on your comfort level
Doctor :   Dulcolax softens the stool and helps in easy passage
User :   dulcolax is suggested after 5:00 p.m. 3 tablets together and azithral once daily after dinner for three days
Doctor :   Preferably you can take 2 tablets every night before going to bed.
User :   every night for how many days
Doctor :   You can take Azithral at night as told by your doctor
User :   okay and as per your suggestion dulcolax also in the night
Doctor :   Azithral for 3 days, and Dulcolax for 3 to 4 days
User :   okay my doc said dulcolax only for one day
Doctor :   Yes, Dulcolax to be taken at night before going to bed for 3 to 4 days after food
Doctor :   As I said , It depends on your symptoms
User :   okay doc so if i summarize dulcolax and azithral both after dinner
Doctor :   If you still feel difficulty in passing stools everyday , you can take it for another 2-3 days
Doctor :   But do not take it on a regular basis
User :   okay thanks a ton doc
Doctor :   Instead drink lot of water and include fibre in your diet
Doctor :   You are welcome anytime
Doctor :   Is there anything else I may help you with?
User :   no thanks alot doc i wanted to make sure that these medicines will not have any side effects on the baby]
Doctor :   Do not worry, You and your baby are safe.
Doctor :   Happy motherhood
User :   thanks bye
Doctor :   Bye for now,
Doctor :   Take care
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