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What to do on Holiday

Postby anyway » 15 Sep 2015, 22:18

I have fissures and roids but am doing a lot better with no spasms, just a bit of pain and a lot of management with toileting etc. I am going on a cruise in a couple of months but last time we went I got very constipated even though I was eating fruit and veges and drinking water. It set me back a long way. I have a routine that works well - or should I say, allows things to work well, including taking Magnesium and a stool softener. I didn't want to change the amount of medicating until things were better but after 10 months of having this and slow progress, I fear I won't be 'better' enough by the cruise. If I increase the magnesium things might get too loose and that can cause problems as well. Does anyone have any hints to survive 'out of routine'.
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Re: What to do on Holiday

Postby hopefull » 16 Sep 2015, 03:13

Hi, it's definitely tricky traveling with these high needs bottoms. What I did when I was away was take an extra magnesium on days when I thought I'd had a bit much white carbs or protein. How reliable do you find your stool softener?
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