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Which is the most suitable drug for curing constipation ?

i am taking cremalax daily for about three months for my costipation problem I am 50 years of age I am having problem of constipation for the last 12 to 15 years I also have to take entiacid regularly like rentadine
Asked On : Fri, 23 Mar 2012
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Chronic constipation is your problem ;It is more of preoccupation in mind as it does not any physical harm
No Drug ;Laxative to be cut down slowly as you are now dependent on it so gradually reduce it
The ant acid which you are taking will produce more of constipation feeling ;so to be stopped
Food stuff containing fiber to be increased
Green ;Vegetable potato ;rice; papaya Banana to be made regular part of your food intake
No juices
Rice and banana intake depends if you do not have Diabetes and BP issues
Physical exercise as morning walk may help
Take care of your other health issues if you have any
Do not worry too much of quantity of stool elimination
Dr Lal
Answered: Wed, 4 Dec 2013
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