Findings underscore importance of prevention efforts
by Evalyn on Mon Jan 01, 2007 12:00 AM
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On 1/1/2007 Evalyn wrote:My mother continues to eat, but has not had a bowel movement in 3, almost 4 days. Is this a sign that things are shutting down??EL
My partner has simalar problems since being in bed a lot. she went 7 days without bowel movment so i gave here a bowl of bananas and pears for lunch two days in a row plus a few glasses of prune juice over two days and that cleared her bowels i always try to use naturel stuff before the medical forms i hope this helps. The nurse said to me that it was fine this way....
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