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This section deals with laxative use.

Q899

On average, how often do you use over-the-counter herbal / chemical agents as a stimulant laxative/cathartic? Stimulant laxatives include aloe, Senna, cascara, castor oil, Fleet Laxative (Bisacodyl) and others.
  • Never / don't know
  • Less than once per week
  • 1-4 times per week
  • Approximately daily
  • More than once daily

Q900

Osmotic Laxatives. Do you use oral laxatives that work by drawing water into your colon? Examples include Epsom salts, Milk of Magnesia, GoLYTELY and CoLyte.
  • Don't know
  • No
  • Frequent use (1 to 4 times per week) or less
  • Approximately daily
  • More than once daily

Q901

Suppositories. Do you regularly use suppositories to effect a bowel movement?
  • Don't know
  • No
  • Frequently (1 to 4 times per week) or less
  • Almost daily
  • More than once daily

Q902

Bulk Forming Agents. Do you use preparations made up primarily of psyllium seed husks? Some common product names include Metamucil, Fiberall, Fibercon, Hydrocil Instant, Konsyl, Serutan, Colodyne, etc.
  • No, never
  • In the past only
  • I currently use under 1 tablespoon (15cc) per day
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons (15-30cc) per day
  • More than 2 tablespoons (30cc) per day

Q903

Do fiber products such as bran or psyllium seed disturb your digestion? Symptoms include gas, cramping, bloating, flatulence.
  • I don't use these products / don't know
  • No
  • Sometimes
  • Yes, but it takes a lot to do that
  • Yes, even in small quantities

Q904

Do you routinely use water enemas?
  • Don't know
  • No
  • Several times per week or less
  • Approximately daily
  • More than once daily

Q905

Are you currently using coffee enemas?
  • No / don't know
  • Occasionally
  • Frequently (1 to 4 times per week)
  • Almost daily
  • More than once daily