Laxative advice (no thanks to iron supplements)
Posted 10 December 2020 - 08:07 PM
Obviously I want to avoid this and tried every “easy on the stomach” iron supplement available and have finally found one. That being said, I’m now suffering from the side effects of taking a fuck ton on iron daily. I legitimately need a laxative of some sort to get things moving again but all of the old favourites aren’t doing the trick. I’ve drank gallons of water, had copious amounts of coffee/espresso, and have used senna. And yet, nada.
I’d prefer to avoid the dulcolax route, however if it’s necessary, it’s necessary. I’m still taking senna but it’s doing nothing. So... suggestions? Help? Please??!?
Posted 11 December 2020 - 01:41 AM
I don't have lax recommendations but I do have iron supplement recommendations. I don't know if this type of iron might help the constipation. It is botanical based , here is a link to Amazon. I have also had issues with iron supplements but this worked a bit better.
Posted 11 December 2020 - 10:40 PM
Anywho, for "more natural" lax recs I'd suggest taking a dose of magnesium (large though still within the recommendation for your weight before going to bed, as well as a dose of vit c. In the mourning drink some strong coffee, and if your smoke cigs, now's the time (but otherwise DON'T).
I've also heard castor oil being recommended, but I dunno anything about it really.
Hope it gets better, dear, and for goodness' sake - keep taking your iron supplement!! (Speaking from a perspective of someone who's taking 3g (yes, whole grammes) of potassium a day). You've gotta keep that heart healthy before all else.
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