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My fathers motions are not coming free ?

i want know about my father problems He is diabetic and takes insulin. He is 62. now a days his motions are not coming free he is having BP. sometime 2 days or some time more than 4days also he dont get motions no gas pass and he struggles a lot done some many medications but all works for fews days more than 6 months. he feels un easyness when he dont get motion more than 2 days. He has take dufalex and cremalex also. and apart from alopathic tablets he has taken ayurvedic medication also his weight is also got increased we have done colonoscopy dr told that his intestine are weak due to diabeties and suggested Esupghol so we have given him ayur veda
Asked On : Wed, 3 Feb 2010
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isabgol is safe to take for longer term use he needs to take it regularly He can safely take isabgol - take it for a month continuosly in the mean while try to add a lot of salads like cucumber and green leafy veg into his diet
Answered: Wed, 3 Feb 2010
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make sure he has this jeera water- warm tell him it is a very good remedy and make sure he walks everyday as well
Answered: Wed, 3 Feb 2010
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