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Do heating pads help with constipation

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Suggest treatment for severe constipation

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Suggest treatment for severe constipation

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Suggest remedy for constipation post knee replacement surgery

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What is wrong if I have constipation despite taking laxatives?

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Will taking Movicol be safe for constipation?

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Suggest treatment for constipation

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can heat help with constipation by applying a heat pad to the ab region
Not usually. It is better to take high fibre diet. Also, medicines like naturolax and lactulose would help you relieve constipation. Best wishes, Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM
 
how to treat constipation
Fiber rich diet or dulcolax could help.
 
how to treat constipation
plenty of fluids, soft fibrous diet, good hygiene, toilet habits, use of laxatives, seeking gastro enterologist help. thats how
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