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Hard stools. Taken laxatives, stool softners, bad nausea after passing bowels. Causes?

Hi, I been on sedating meds from years now and I have to take stool softener to go to the bathroom. I softener I been taking are not working well now so I starting double up on the dose and I still have a hard time going. SO I took a laxative yesterday after the stool softeners and now the stool is out of me and now when I eat I feel bad nausea .
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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Sedative cause the constipation. so need to consult your docter for the less side effect medicine for the constipation. and do have high fiber diet, plenty of water too. if there is long time constipation, there might be infection on stool. so have stool routine examination. and currently u can take anti emetic like domperidone. which also helps in increase of bowel movement
Answered: Mon, 23 Sep 2013
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