Learn about constipation and its causes, symptoms, and treatments, including diet changes and other remedies.
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It happens to the best of us. Here’s how to know if you have this uncomfortable digestive symptom.
Most people will deal with constipation at some point, regardless of whether they have a known digestive health condition. Get the facts about this common symptom.
Recent research concluded that drugs used to treat chronic idiopathic constipation are comparable.
Changes in the frequency of your bowel movements, as well as other symptoms, may mean you’re constipated.
It wasn’t until I started seeing a gastroenterologist (GI) that I began having some of the most uncomfortable conversations of my life. After all, one of the most common conversations with GIs includes the question, “How’s your poop?” I always tried ...
If you use opioid medications for chronic pain, there's a good chance you also deal with opioid-induced constipation. Here's how you can stay regular.
For many people, constipation goes away after a week or two. However, if you experience it for months, you may have chronic—meaning consistent or recurring—constipation and should see your doctor.
Most people don’t even realize they’re constipated and often mistake their symptoms for something else. Here are five common symptoms of constipation you should know.
There are multiple known and unknown reasons why acid reflux and constipation often overlap.
Diet changes What you eat has a big impact on your gut health. Incorporate high-fiber foods known to help loosen and move your system along, such as cucumbers, celery, and apples. Drink plenty of water throughout the day, as fiber creates bulk in you...