If constipation becomes chronic, don't keep playing laxative roulette. See your doctor for an exam. Occasional irregularity is a fact of life, but you can minimize it with some basic steps. But when you do have constipation, start with the gentlest and safest option, like a bulk-forming laxative. If laxatives don't work, ask for help.
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While you are breastfeeding, the remnants of your pregnancy symptoms can sometimes resurface. And, one such recurring symptom is constipation. There are many herbs that help treat constipation at this time, and Senna is one of them.