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constipation after c-section

my wife is having constipation after c section delivery. during her pregnancy she had liver problems for which doctor gave zinetac. her stool is getting too hard and unable to pass. the baby is feeding but he too passes a lot of gas and burp very less
 
  fizspace on 2017-01-05
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Give her one dose Sepia 200.
Do not repeat medicine.
Avoid sour food and drinks.
 
telescope 4 years ago
given her sepia 200 but no avail, her constipation is worsening with hard stools with blood. she had constipation history but after delivery she is having much trouble passing stool. she is taking milk with psyllium husk but its not helping too. every stool brings pain and blood

she is feeding our 2 month child
[message edited by fizspace on Sun, 15 Jan 2017 17:49:10 UTC]
 
fizspace 4 years ago
Pl give
COllinsonia-30 6 pills twice a day for one week and then give feedback

Homeo helper
 
homeo_helper 4 years ago
Collinsonia was helpful and now she is better, thanks

what can she take for long to overcome the weakness due to c section ?
 
fizspace 4 years ago

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