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Done fistula operation. Have blood in stool, gas. Prescribed Cremaffin. Should I increase dosage?

Hi Doctor, I have gone for fistula operation 1month back and also would like to tell that i have gas problem and also as i m software engineer so i have sit for at least 8 hrs a day. Now, for few days i am getting blood in my stool and i think its because of constipation as my stool which came out is hard. I have consulted my doctor and he advised me to take 4 spoon cremaffin plus at bed time with hot water. But still after taking cremaffin plus i am seeing no progress. So please suggest should i increase dosage of cremaffin plus? Your suggestion will be of great help for me. Regards, Sanoj
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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Hello Sanoj, welcome to HCM,
Four teaspoon of cremaffin is sufficient as a laxative, what you need to do is to take sufficient amount of food proper bowel motion which you wont be doing because of pain and bleeding due to constipation. It would be better if the food is rich in fibre content like green leafy vegetables..
You can increase 2 more teaspoons of cremaffin, nothing harm in that or you can supplement cremaffin by adding an oral laxative...
With regards,
Answered: Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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