is fybogel ok to use for number two proplems lol

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  1. chefjustin

    chefjustin Full Member

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    just wanted to check it was ok to use as its what the pharmeses gave me to take but not herd of anyone taking it on here cheers for aNY respons:confused:
     
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    BlackRose Gold Member

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    I'm not entirely sure but I think some here have taken the 'original' flavoured stuff. You'd need to check again tho because there's so much talk of laxatives on this forum that I don't know which witch is which anymore lol

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    Fibregel is a preventative rather than a laxative so don't take it if you have problems as it can make it worse.

    Laxatives shouldn't be taken regularly, but preventatives can be taken daily without a problem :)

    So...if you are bunged up, take senokot to unplug it :D, then use fibregel/fibreclear/fibresure/psyllium husks etc to prevent it happening again :)

    Stick to the original fibregel though :)

    BTW, people often mention using ducolax on here to removed offending stuff :D Just a warning, ducolax is a bit too strong to use when on any VLCD. Senokot is safer :)
     
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    Well, have to say I don't have any trouble with my number 2's, but only "empty" every 3 days or so....but I have got a packet of Dulcolax just in case.....will probably go out of date before I need them!
     
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    Fibreclear can be bought from your chemist and doesnt interfere with ketosis but i think fibreclear does I was told this by my chemist anyway
     
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