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Constipation, chronic problem. Taking cremadiet, movolax, samproz l, some relief. Recurring after stopping medication. What should I do?

I have been constipated for more than 8 months. Doctor prescribed me the following medicines cremadiet,movolax,samproz l,fibotab,cintapro,evion Bowel movement was good. I continued the medication for 15 days and later i stopped. After i stopped the constipation problem started. Kindly advise me what food should be taken and what should not be taken.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Chronic constipation needs investigation more than the medication or the diet. YOu should meet a Gastroenterologist.

General diet precautions include home food only rich in fibre. It includes green leaves, whole grains, all vegetables. two fruit a day.

Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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