You may be able to reduce your risk of some forms of bowel obstruction by modifying your diet and lifestyle. For example:
To help prevent colorectal cancer, eat a balanced diet low in fat with plenty of vegetables and fruits, don't smoke, and see your doctor for colorectal cancer screening once a year after age 50.
To help prevent hernias, avoid heavy lifting, which increases pressure inside the abdomen and may force a section of intestine to...
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Source: ADAM Encyclopedia
Intestinal pseudo-obstruction is a condition in which there are symptoms of intestinal blockage without any physical signs of a blockage. ... Read more »