Is Citrucel Good To Take For Diarrhea After Whipple Surgery

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sharon Says:


Whipple surgery done 2015,prob w diarrhea,given citrucel is this a good source to take to correct diarrhea in this case




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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sharon! How are you?

Citrucel is usually used to induce bowel movements, not stop them. The FDA lists its typical side effects as abdominal fullness and bloating.

Did your surgeon prescribe this?

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Still no in-depth answers about Whipple surgery and I suppose its so rare that no out there has had it. I did read the one comment posted but that's not my concern. I just wanted know if it is a safe and if it will ake care of my problem. Thanks

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pancreatic cancer has been ruled out. The reason for the.Whipple. surgery is that the duodenum has a tendency to flip over. Yes I have had 3 opinions and only 1 Dr feels safe for me if he performs the procedure, 1 Dr told me he would not touch me and the other 1 that I originally seen when I started having the flipping horrible pain says he will support what I decide to do however he doesn't want to perform the surgery himself. The pain is unbearable and I'm really scared. All feedback is welcome whether negative or positive.is welcome. Thanks

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