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Re: polysporin to the rescue?

Postby Savaici » 28 Nov 2020, 19:17

Rectiv is the name. You will need to get a prescription for it so suggest you ask your doctor.

The most unpleasant side effects of Rectiv Ointment can be headaches.

I can't help you with polysporin, but here is a link on the forum to read about it. I have never had surgery.

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Re: polysporin to the rescue?

Postby Yishai » 08 Mar 2021, 01:41

Hi folks, pretty late to the game but I'm wondering if y'all were still using these methods to success, especially Lin and the prune/miralax combo. As a fellow Cananadian I'm also interested in specialists in Toronto or eastern half of the GTA. After talking to a GI by phone earlier this week, all that's on the horizon for me is a flex-sigmoidoscopy on the 31st of this month, which would of course be followed by more waiting to see anyone else...that is too much waiting! Anything I could do in the meantime to suffer less would be brilliant. Had a better week with oral diltiazem but as of today I'm convinced it has me stopped up (never don't have a BM in a day), so unless tomorrow magically doesn't destroy me I'm quitting the stuff. Thanks in advance!
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