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Constipation ~mysthania gravis

Hello,
My self sanjay,age,41,I am suffering from mysthania gravis from year 2005.Also underwent mitral valve replacement in year 2003. At present taking immunosuppressive drugs for mysthania gravis from Neurologist,Pune from Feb 2016 after .No any problem with heart or valve..These medicines are helping me and slowly. I am doing better
1 .Need help for severe constipation ,I guess it might be due medicines but not sure,it started from last 3 months with severe straning and difficulty with hard stool and it resulted in drop of bloods occasionally which stopped after 10daysI.
2.I took aseculus 200 ,4 pills for 8 days {same problem in Dec 14suggeste by homeopath),I also taking pilex tablet and abyaristha 2 spoon after lunch and creamaffim stool softnar at night ,i am doing it for last 2.5 months..3
3.Last two days I reduced creamaffim quantity just half teaspoon and again hard stool problem reoccurred.I see drop of blood again,I already suffering so many problems ,do not want it to lead again anything complex,,I take other medicines like omnacortil and blood thinners and calcium supplement 500mg/day for my above mentioned illness.

Please guide me

With regards
Sanjay Patil
 
  sanjydp75 on 2016-09-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
mr Patil:If constipation is your only problem at present, from what you have given, I suggest take NatMur12x morning and evening. Pls consider giving status after one week.
 
radhey1504 4 years ago

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