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Will oxycontin cause my bowels to stop working regular?

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20 Sep 2010

Yes, any opiate based pain medicine can cause constipation. Drink more water, eat more fresh fruit and if you can, walk or do some type of exercise and this will help alot with constipation due to pain meds.

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