CONSTIPATION (Medications that can Cause Constipation)

There is a long list of medications that can cause constipation, are you taking one? Doctors often forget that constipation can be a side effect of the medicine you are taking, and thus don’t warn you. Many people think their constipation is caused by something else, never thinking their daily medication could be the cause.

Meds that can cause constipation:
— Antihistamines: most brands
— Antacids containing Aluminum or Calcium
— Opioid pain meds: all of them
— Blood Pressure meds: Diuretics, beta-Blockers, Calcium Channel Blockers
— Tricyclic Antidepressants
— Urinary Incontinence meds
— NSAIDS: most brands

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