No rigid rules, labels or dogmas.... just REAL food, for your body, mind & soul!
I know there used to be one. I read her comments on a post a while back.
Im sure someone will contact you. I have had 4 colonics. So glad I did.
Yes ma'am...in the house!
Hello Pumpkin pie! The standard of care is no colonic for 6 months post abdominal surgery. And, yes I think you would do well with the Colenz board. Just a rule of thumb for you: I would let the water slowly enter and let that stimulate you instead of applying any pressure. Any pressure may not be good for the sigmoid resection as it could apply too much pressure and you would want to avoid that at all cost. There is a product called Cape Aloes that I would want to try before I subjected myself to Miralax or any laxative for that matter. Cape Aloe is gentle and is non cramping. If you do decide to take C.A. I would not take anything else along with it, i.e., Fleets, Miralax, or Magnesium. It is NOT for long term use, as with any stimulant it can be very addicting. Just make sure you would only use it to get you through a difficult time. Also, you want to avoid constipation at all costs, which includes straining. You may want to invest in a Squatty Potty....check out there website and watch the online video there. This was created to allow people the correct posture for defecation. It's a wonderful invention! Also, increase your fiber intake to 30 grams a day, make sure you are getting plenty of water along with the fiber, at least 2 quarts a day preferably more if you can.
Blessings in your journey ~ Rita