Laxative warning prompts advice on constipation relief
Constipation is a common and often distressing problem, but the first line of attack should not be a laxative and especially not the type of laxative that prompted warnings from the FDA.
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#2 Jan 13, 2014
Most people are aware that you can use an enema to help with constipation but obviously you canít do this every time. Another approach is to use a Hand Bidet Sprayer. Primarily used for cleaning up after pooping it can also be used to shoot a quick shot of water up the pipes. This helps get things looser and moving; fast, conveniently and without discomfort. It also works great the same way on the opposite problem of diarrhea. See www.bathroomsprayers.com .
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