Consumption Of Lactulose When Difficult To Defecate?
Hello! I have hemorrhoids, it came out too. Finally I checked it was entered std. 3 and seems to have surgery. But I was afraid, so I chose to postpone it. For digestion, so far I have tried to defecate regularly every 3 days (on the 3rd day) even though the discharge is a little, because it is not possible if the bowel movement every day, every morning. I also have reflexology therapy once a week. At the time of reflection it was stated that, there is dry dirt and fat that clings to the intestine. This is because I rarely CHAPTER. For the last 2 months, I have always been helped by Lactulose. Because if I don’t drink Lactulose, then I will have great difficulty defecating, not even bowing for more than 3 days. So, for 3 days (when going to defecate), I drink 15ml of Lactulose after breakfast. Is that safe for me? And what should I do with my condition? Especially so that my digestion is smooth. I’ve tried fruits like papaya, but it’s not very effective. And I don’t like to drink carrot juice + tomatoes, what should I do? Please help, thank you.
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Lactolase is one of the drugs to treat difficult conditions for bowel movements, and can be used for conditions that interfere with the liver where it works by helping to drain fluid into the intestine. The use should be done twice with about 15 to 20 ml, then the maximum is 45 ml per day and should not exceed. Because some side effects that can be experienced are
Dehydration Nausea and vomiting Abdominal pain Electrolyte disturbances This use should also be avoided if it has been running for more than 6 months because there can be more severe side effects, related to high-fiber foods that can help to defecate like
Berries Apples pears and manga Peanuts Wheat bread Green vegetables But still the main treatment to treat if up to grade 3 is surgery that should be consulted with a specialist surgeon.
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