Re: question for harry and everyone else
Yes, glycerine suppositories are ok to use if you are constipated, but surely it is better to make sure that you don't get constipated in the first place?
Eat plenty of fruit and veg and carbohydrate in your diet. Make sure you drink plenty of fluid, at least 2 litres daily and add in prune juice to keep your bowels working.
Add in a fiber supplement such as Metamucil/Citracel and take this regularly. Also, eat live yogurt or take Acidophilis caps regularly to keep the good bacteria in your gut going.
If all this then fails to produce an adequate BM, then yes, use glycerine suppositories. However, I cannot really believe that if you take all this that your bowels will not work normally?
I hope others may agree with me when I say, surely it is better to get your bowels working well and keep them working well so that you do not need to resort to suppositories to have a bowel movement in the first place?
Also, make sure you get enough exercise as this helps the peristaltic action of the bowels.
Now I understand why you were asking in your previous post about fat cells. If you have put on weight, this is due to not opening your bowels and not fat. Once you open your bowels, your weight should go back to normal.