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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2010 11:28 am 
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hey does any one get the rabbit little ball shit when there conctispated casue ive had this for the past 2 months i havent shit a log in for ever it alwsy the little ball shits and it sucks casue its from getting contispated from subxone


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Yea b4 i realized i was getting really backed up from sub this is how all my shits were.


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Gross!

Tips on constipation....

- make certain you are well hydrated-- lots of water.
- develop a taste for dried fruits, like dried apricots and dried plums (prunes), dates, and raisins.
- Consider adding Senokot to your daily routine- a syrup that can be added to juice or food.

Classes of medications:

- over the counter dulcolax stool softeners
- over the counter laxatives-- use dulcolax, not the more stimulating ones like ex-lax
- over the counter suppositories or enemas for emergencies

If you need more, your doc can prescribe amitiza, which increases fluid in distal intestine.
Methylnaltrexone (Relistor) induces 'withdrawal' in the intestine without inducing it in the brain. Sounds scary...

Consider lowering your daily dose of buprenorphine. At some point you should get to a dose where some bowel activity starts to kick in, at the end of each dosing interval.

Try this link for more ideas: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/info/oi ... pation.php


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