Lactulose + Ispaghula husk - Combining two drugs lactulose and ispaghula, both of which treat constipation, make lactulose + ispaghula. They use a variety of methods to draw water into the bowel and soften the stool and make the stool easier to pass.
This medication is given orally or intravenously to treat or prevent the consequences of liver disease. Although it doesn't solve the problem, it can help with mental health. Lactulose is a colonic acidifier that works by reducing the level of ammonia in the blood. It is a man-made sugar solution.
Ispaghula husk is a "laxative" used primarily to treat indigestion and constipation. A person experiences constipation when he has infrequent bowel movements and has difficulty in passing bowel movements. Indigestion, which causes abdominal pain and discomfort, is the inability to digest food.
Lactulose + Ispaghula is effective in treating indigestion and constipation. Lactulose + Ispaghula is a type of dietary fiber that is present. It is made from the seed coat of the Plantago ovate for plants. When Lactulose + Ispaghula and water are mixed, a gel-like substance is formed. The easier passage of this gel through the digestive tract results in increased water content in the stool. Lactulose + Ispaghula stimulates bowel movements even more while lubricating the intestine to facilitate the passage of stool. You can use it whenever you need to add more fiber to your diet. It helps in regularizing bowel movements by treating constipation without causing any discomfort or unusual urgency to have a bowel movement.