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Question to abc home-I find it hard to pass stools.

I am a 72 year Male. I am severely constipated for the past few years. I have tried herbal laxatives without much success. This leads to Breathing problems. For your information I have Diabetes type 2 and Asthma/COPD. Diabetes is in good control. I use inhalers to get some relief.

I am a vegetarian. I take small quantities fruits daily. My daily food consists of South Indian Breakfast fast Idli, Dosa, Poha. Occasionally I take Bread too. My lunch consists of rice, sambar, rasam and curd 1 tsp diluted with water. For Dinner I take rice porridge or idli or dosa occasionally.
I am seeking help from learned Homeopaths in this forum. I can furnish more information about me as required.
  arulpra on 2019-12-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
How many days you don't go to the bathroom?
Do you feel urge to go or not at all?

And describe about your stools. Is it very hard and difficult to come out ?

Also if you are taking medication, it can cause constipation.
[Edited by Tui on 2019-12-16 20:10:12]
Tui 3 years ago
Thanks for your attention and quick reply.
I don't have the urge to visit bath room even for a week or more unless interveened by laxatives. Anuloma churnam 2 tabs.helps to some extent and sometimes not.
The stool is somewhat hard. I have been on limited medication for Diabetes2 and Asthma. Still I need to overcome the Constipation.Kindly help. Other suggestions with respect to life style changes is also welcome.
arulpra 3 years ago
try Alumina 30c three times a day for 7 days and see how you feel after that.
if it doesn't work at all, you may try Opium in the same way as Alumina.
1 dose is 2 pills or 2 drops.
Tui 3 years ago

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