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Fecal impaction done, passed a huge mass after taking enema, stomach seems to be fine now. Am I ok now?

Hi so glad your here to help. Ok so I had a fecal impaction . Took an enema about 6:00 and passed a huge mass. After that I went some more not a lot but some. Just wondering if I m okay now. My stomach is no longer bloated. I hadn t eaten in 3 days bc I have felt so bad. I m on a opitate for chronic pain . I will begin to take Colace daily now I won t let this happen again it was awful. My question is do u think I m okay now since I passed that? YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
I think some of us from health care magic has adressed your problem.
If you have passed stools after enama feeling better.It is OK.Drugs for chronic constipation do cause constipation and you should take lot od dietary fiber along with laxative.
You are feeling better now that means now your O K.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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