It’s up to you, but as they say, “This, too, shall pass.” (Forgive the pun. )
Things will settle down eventually. I find that salt intake affects my bowel movements. Too little, and I get constipated, too much, and I get diarrhoea. But after I went full keto, my elimination schedule shifted from every day to every few days, and that is not affected by the salt. It makes sense; I am eating a lot less roughage, so there is much less waste.
My mother did her nursing training in the 1940’s, before commercial laxatives came on the market and the manufacturers started touting “regularity” as a way to sell their product. Mom was therefore very big on letting the body do its thing. It normally settles into a pattern, but that pattern can very well shift as our diet changes. It’s no big deal, in the long run. Of course, the adjustment period can be annoying.
So, if by “regular” you mean one bowel movement a day (and at a specific time, as some people want), forget it. But if by “regular” you mean a consistent pattern of bowel movements, whatever that may be, you can certainly expect that, eventually.