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How to get a quick fix for constipation?
A diet high in fiber is one of the easiest ways to fix constipation aside from an over the counter laxative. Eating fruits such as pears, guava, oranges, papaya, and figs have been known to stimulate the bowels. In addition mix a glass of hot water, half a lime, and a teaspoon of salt together and drink for a cure.


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