Lactulose

What is Lactulose?

Lactulose is a synthetic, non-digestible sugar (a disaccharide of fructose and galactose) used in treatment of chronic constipation and hepatic encephalopathy. It is an osmotic laxative.

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Hi my 6 years old daughter can't pass stool easily all comes after 5-8 days with alot of pain, screeming and some bleeding. it is been like this...

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Hi...Thank you for consulting in Health Care magic. I think your kid is having habitual constipation. I have certain questions and suggestions for...

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I am suffering from chronic constipation. After taking Cremaffin plus for three days, I have started Lactulose, 30 ml in the morning and 15 ml in...

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I will suggest you to drink luke warm milk with MUNAKKA at bed time .
Drink only warm water 10 to12 glass.
some time you can...

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Sir,I am a 21yr old male.I am a juvenile diabetic since 11yrs.I underwent anal sphincterotomy last month. SInce then I have been using cremaffin...

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Lactulose is a sugar so obviously it is going to cause a steep rise in blood sugar. the same applies to cremaffin plus which contains sweetening...

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