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Suffering from acute constipation, great difficulty in passing stools. Taking isabgol. Cure?

Sir I am an old aged person who is suffering from acute constipation since 4-5 years and bound to take tab cremalax 10 mg per day before evening meal. Position is so alarming that if I do not take the tablet I can not fresh even applying full force. I am very much worried about the unnatural condition. I do not know how long I will survive in this situation. The effect of fiber , use of excessive water and isabgol etc are of no use. Please please....
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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hello... first of all i would suggest stop applying extreme pressure as that can lead to problems later on like piles, fissures etc.. just start with walks daily for40 mins, eat small meals every 2-3 hours like fruits, nuts, boiled salads.. avoid breads, refined foods, junk and fried.. have oats, brown rice, ragi pancakes etc.. you can drink 1 yakult daily...drink green tea, coconut water and veggies juices...dont take isabgol, instead take fibril which is finer..sleep well.. you can also do yoga to improve digestion...
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