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Opioids and Opioid-Induced Constipation (OIC) - Medical News Today

8/15/2014
01:27 | Author: Tyler James

Codeine constipation
Opioids and Opioid-Induced Constipation (OIC) - Medical News Today

They include substances such as morphine, codeine, oxycodone, and methadone. Opioids may be more easily recognized by drug names such as Kadian.

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Opioids may be classified as natural, semi-synthetic, fully synthetic, or endogenous. Natural opioids such as codeine and morphine are derived from opiate alkaloids contained in the resin of the opium poppy. Semi-synthetic opioids such as oxycodone and hydrocodone are created by chemically altering the natural opioids.

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Codeine constipation! What can I do? Mumsnet Discussion

6/14/2014
03:14 | Author: Emily Peterson

Codeine constipation
Codeine constipation! What can I do? Mumsnet Discussion

GP prescribed codeine, 15mg, I started it on Thursday and haven't been to the loo properly since Friday. I know he said it could cause constipation.

me (that should be). Not sure should recommend chocolate on a health board though.

Movicol works brilliantly but quite expensive, its the only one that doesn't give me bellyache. Use it for DS (cerebral palsy) also.

Mumsnet has not checked the qualifications of anyone posting here. If you have any medical concerns we suggest you consult your GP.

Kalidasa - try the orange juice thing with your Movicol. Means I only need 1 sachet a day to keep it all working. Oops - are you going to be on the codeine long term? If you are then ask your GP to prescribe Movicol/Laxido which you can take to keep constipation at bay.

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Constipation caused by Tylenol with codeine? - Yahoo Answers

4/13/2014
05:21 | Author: Tyler James

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Constipation caused by Tylenol with codeine? - Yahoo Answers

Well, to answer your actual question: yes, if you stop taking the Tylenol with codeine you will return to normal bowel habits in the following days or.

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Constipation in Adults. Constipation symptoms and

2/12/2014
07:48 | Author: Alex Watson

Codeine constipation
Constipation in Adults. Constipation symptoms and

Some medicines can cause constipation as a side-effect. Examples are painkillers (particularly those with codeine, such as co-codamol, or very strong.

Suppositories are pellet-shaped laxatives that are inserted into the the lowest part of the colon (the rectum), via the anus. Glycerol suppositories act as a stimulant within the rectum, encouraging the passing of poo (faeces, stools or motions). Sometimes, an enema is needed in severe constipation. An enema is a liquid that is inserted into the rectum and lower colon, via the anus. Enemas can be used to clear out the rectum in severe constipation.

Known causes include the following:

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Liquid paraffin used to be commonly used as a faecal softener.

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Could cough syrup be causing my constipation? ZocDoc Answers

10/21/2014
01:05 | Author: Sarah Gray

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Could cough syrup be causing my constipation? ZocDoc Answers

However, it has the nasty side effect of causing constipation. If your cough medicine contains codeine, then this is almost certainly the culprit. If it does not.

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