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She's in the end stages of Parkinson's disease and was just released from the hospital a few days ago from an infection. She normally is very regular but it seems everytime she goes into the hospital she has trouble having bowel movements. Now that she's home I don't know what to do short of laxatives and it would be very difficult to give her an enema??

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My Mother's high blood pressure medicine makes her extremely constipated. Per our doctor she takes religiously 1 capful of Mirlax daily (we get this by perscription because it is less expensive). Works like a charm. We used to be at the hospital constantly not anymore
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Try Senna in a tablet form and Metamucil. We give that to my Mother, alternate days. Softener and fiber, Lots of water, fresh fruits and vegies. :) xo
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