Unfortunally, I have some medical training. And I hate the ever so unfortunate part on saying the doctor was right on about fiber. How? Fiber works TWO ways, increase the fiber when constapated= movement, Lower the fiber when too loose= solid. Its an old natural trick. Now another natural trick (ok get ready to laugh folks) is dairy on lactose intolerants. Seriously. After my surgery they would not release me til I had a bowel movement ( one week later I still have no movement). I refused stool softerner and asked for a milkshake. They thought I was nuts and told me I'd get sick (I'm lactose intolerant LOL). I drank a small milkshake and within an hour....."Nurse, I had a BM" Next day... Released from hospital LOL. Ironically, I've tried the "dairy" approach a few other times, and I still got results. Go figure, sometimes being lactose intolerant can be useful instead of a drag LOL!
DX: Wegener's Disease, Migraines, Diabetese Type II, PCOS, Lactose Intolerant, Benign Heart Murmer, Depression, Asthma, Asperger's Syndrome, Necrotizing Gramultous Inflamation in eye, A.D.D., Acid Reflux, Tumor Behind the Eye, Carpal Tunnel, Fibromyolgia, Clasterphobic, Arthritis
Medications: Tri Nessa, Percocet, Metformin, Prilosec, Protonix, Zantac, Advair, Cingulair, Albuterol, Calcium + Vitamin D, Pro-Air, Pepcid, Rolaids, Zofran, Compuzeen, Refresh Plus Eye Drops PRN: Epi-Pen, Albuterol Nebulizer, Benedryl
Undergoing Radiation Taking Lorazepam (Ativan) on Radiation Days