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snurmdog

819d

TMI WARNING: does anyone else have bowel problems once their medicine kicks in? I take the extended release and it seriously messes with my BMs. sorry for TMI but I really have been having this problem and it makes me late for work sometimes in the morning. I know you're supposed to eat food with your meds but even when I do, especially when I do, it makes the BMs worse. I've tried fiber rich foods and it doesn't work either.

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    • Emmy1997

      808d

      I use Bently (Dicyclomine) it's a cheap prescription to improve bowel regularity! I wrestle with IBS and it has completely changed my life!!!

    • Emmy1997

      807d

      It does have gelatin:/

    • snurmdog

      808d

      Emmy is it vegetarian? I know some stuff has gelatin capsules so I wanna be safe before I buy it (I've been a pescetarian for 10+ years, don't wanna break my streak 😅)

    • Emmy1997

      808d

      I use Bently (Dicyclomine) it's a cheap prescription to improve bowel regularity! I wrestle with IBS and it has completely changed my life!!!

    • Tv

      818d

      Idk if there’s much we can do about it. My doctor said that that’s our body’s way of releasing the extra stuff we don’t need, combined with our stuff being sped up

    • Tv

      818d

      Yes and it represses my appetite too. That why I struggle to take it consistently.

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