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Lubowel capsules, constipation, pankrioflut tablet, diabetes, hypertension, ecosprine

1.Lubowel capsules prescribed for constipation how does it work? 2.What is the role of Pankrioflut tablet in constipation? 3. which of the following laxatives/purgatives will regulate the bowels for motion in an old male suffering from diabetes(controlled by insulin ), hypertension (controlled by telmasarten-H) and he is also taking ecosprine=150mgm for thinning the blood:- 1.LUBOWEL 2MOZA PLUS 3pANKRIOFLUT 4EZLAX SACHET 5TAB.CREMALAX 6SYR.SMOOTH
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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Hello Mr, I think constipation is common problem most face. Decreased bowel frequency - constipation , could be due to many causes like motility disorder , food habits , psychological issues, drug induced etc. Here , in this I would suggest Moza plus (combination of moza pride which increases motility and pantoprazole - decreases the gastric acidity ) for diabetic , hypertensive old Male on Ecospirin who probably has high chance of having motility problem due long standing diabetes. Also he is on Ecospirin for which this drug would do better.
Lubowel tab - increases the bowel movement alone
pancreoflat - increases the digestive enzyme effect thereby decrease accumulation of gas within the tract .
Hope you would get relieved of this constipation soon.
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