help for pain

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Sat Oct 20 17:31:15 2012

From: [] On Behalf Of Al N. Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 8:42 PM To: Subject: Re: help for pain

The problem with that is that your body becomes dependent on laxatives, even something as simple as Magnesium.  It will work great for a few years but then what?   Also, Magnesium can cause muscle pain if you take too much.  I know this from experience.   Katie  

  > Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 19:15:33 -0500
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> I have had 7 bowel obstructions in 3 years. The last time I was in the
> hospital my surgeon told me to keep my bowels loose so put me on Colace
> and Senakot 2 of each every night before bed. This has made a huge
> difference, no obstructions since! The other issue is exercise. Be VERY
> gentle! I overdid stretching in the pool, thought I was being gentle and
> almost ended up in the hospital the next day! Walking is great and very
> gentle stretching. Acupuncture can help with the pain in some people. I
> also see a cranio-sacral specialist who is gentle. Helps somewhat. If
> you don't want to try the colace and senakot try magnesium. Up the dose
> til your bowel movements are loose, usually 3-4 pills a day. Magnesium
> is also good for you, most of us are lacking in it. Hope this helps.

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