Here’s what works—and what doesn’t—for irritable bowel syndrome with constipation (IBS-C) and chronic constipation.
Changes in the frequency of your bowel movements, as well as other symptoms, may mean you’re constipated.
For most adults, constipation isn’t a serious problem. However, left untreated, constipation can significantly affect quality of life and lead to complications.
You’ve heard about it on TV, but what is it and how is it different from regular constipation?
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.