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22 Apr 2009
If you currently take Senokot granules, if you do not know already, you will soon find out that Reckitt Benckiser the manufacturer has ceased production of Senokot granules, however, it will continue to manufacture Senokot tablets. The customer services representative of Reckitt Benckiser, on two occasions, has suggested that 2 Senokot tablets are equal to a 5 mL of granules. For somebody that takes a single dosage between 15 mL-20 mL of granules, I find that the proposed equivalent is excessive, as it were require a dosage between 6-8 Senokot tablets.
So, if you are taking or had experience with taking Senokot tablets, I would appreciate some information/suggestion on what is a fair and reasonable dosage to get things moving (so to speak). I understand that everybody is an individual and has different body size and weight, metabolism, diet, fluid intake etc but any feedback is appreciated.
I've been looking around for a set of cordless home telephones with a long battery life that I can keep one with me while I up in my wheelchair during the day and the second phone with me while in bed at night. It also needs to have a speakerphone facility for hands-free communication. I look forward to any responses.
I'm currently in the process of searching for a new mobile phone which does not need all the bells and whistles but I would like the on/off button to be on the keypad. My current Sony Ericsson has a small on/off button at the top which is extremely difficult to operate. Also I was wondering how easy it is to use those blue tooth earpieces and are some easier to operate than others? All suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Regards, hotfoot.
Any recommendations for a podiatrist who does home visits in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs?
I have been using an airflow ripple mattress on my bed for many years with great success and have never had a pressure sore, however, it is getting old and unreliable requiring a number of repairs. Although I have always used an airflow ripple mattress on my bed, and a ROHO cushion on my wheelchair, I would consider using a ROHO mattress section on my bed but I am unsure how effective and/or how comfortable they are. I would be grateful for some feedback with any pros and cons.
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