How To Cure Constipation In Diabetics?
, My mother has diabetes, she often has difficulty defecating. My mother has eaten as much fiber as possible, she diligently eats papaya every morning, eats dragon fruit, makes jelly, drinks lots of water, and is diligent in checking her sugar levels. The goal is so that he can defecate smoothly. Even the doctor from the hospital had given medicine so that my mother could defecate (the name of the medicine is Laxadine), but my mother still could not defecate as well. So, what’s the solution, so that my mother can defecate smoothly again?
Hello, thanks for the question.
Difficult CHAPTER or constipation can be caused by factors of food consumed (for example lacking fiber food, lack of water consumption, side effects of drugs, etc.), due to reduced intestinal peristalsis or movement, or due to a blockage in the digestive tract or intestine landfill / food waste final product. Constipation is said if the frequency of bowel movements is less than 3 times a week. If after consuming foods that are rich in fiber, such as fruits and vegetables, consume lots of water, and have already taken prescription drugs, complaints of constipation are still felt you should consult a doctor, the doctor will carry out examinations on patients and additional examinations if needed, such as blood tests, X-rays stomach, ultrasound, and so on to find out the causes of constipation experienced. Handling will be adjusted to the cause of the complaint that occurred. Your doctor may prescribe laxatives that are inserted through the lower or anus, and other medicines. To reduce complaints, you should continue to eat healthy and nutritious foods, increase your consumption of water, do physical activity or regular exercise, control diabetes, and avoid the habit of delaying bowel movements and trying to defecate regularly.
Thus, hopefully it helps.