Fiber supplements (such as bran or psyllium)
Stool softeners (such as docusate, lactulose, or polyethylene glycol)
Fiber supplements add bulk to the stool and thus stimulate the natural contractions of the intestine. Fiber supplements and stool softeners help move food through the intestine more quickly.
Fullness in the stomach
These drugs stimulate contractions in the digestive tract and thus help move food through it more quickly.
These drugs increase the frequency, rigidity, and duration of erections.
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This drug helps the body retain salt and thus helps maintain blood volume and blood pressure.
These drugs cause small arteries (arterioles) to narrow (constrict) and thus helps maintain blood pressure.
These drugs relax the muscles of an overactive bladder.
This drug stimulates contractions of the bladder and thus helps the bladder empty.