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Sometimes you may feel bloated, gassy and have an abdominal pain. is quite common and it can affect people of all ages. So, What is constipation? is said to occur when a person has hard poop that is difficult to pass out. To simply state it objectively: if you poop less than 3 times in a week, you are constipated. Because we are all different, everyone passes stool differently. However, the normal range is from three times in a day to three times in a week. Constipation may not be very easy to identify, especially if you have had it on for a very long time, it starts to feel вnormalв. Identifying it correctly is very important because it is a common reason why people have tears in their anus causing pain, sometimes
or. How do you know itвs constipation? Apart from pooping less than three times in a week, constipation has other symptoms. Here are some: Straining to poop: If you have to regularly strain before you are able to pass feces, you are very likely constipated. Lower tummy pain or discomfort: Sometimes, constipation can present with a vague pain in the abdomen. Small hard stools: If stools are broken into small pellets or pieces, it could be a sign that you are constipated. This could also be associated with a feeling that you havenвt completely emptied your bowel after pooping. Swollen/enlarged tummy: People with constipation may have an enlarged tummy from their inability to pass poop. The enlargement may also be related to flatulence (the buildup of gas in their abdomen).

They are also likely to feel bloated and uncomfortable. Now that we have discussed the signs of constipation, letвs go on to debunk 5 popular lies that you might have heard about constipation: People who are physically active are less likely to have constipation when compared to those who arenвt. Bedridden and elderly people are usually constipated for this reason as well. Contrary to popular belief, laxatives should be the last management option when you feel constipated. Laxative abuse can lead to diarrhea and the. Diet modifications(especially high fiber diet) and increased activity can help prevent and treat constipation. It is important to note that other medical problems can cause constipation. If your constipation persists for over a week with diet and exercise changes, you should visit your doctor. It is not uncommon to see an increase in constipation as a person hits 60, 70 years. This can be attributed to changes in the digestive system, reduced activity, routine medication, dehydration and some other medical conditions. Older people are more likely to have constipation however, it can also be seen in people of all ages. You may be having constipation which is caused by your emotions, stress, anxiety or even depression. There are several ways by which your body physically manifests your thoughts and emotion. One of this is the feelings of anxiety you may experience just before an interview or a presentation.

While it is true that caffeine can stimulate the contraction of muscles in your digestive system, we know that caffeine is dehydrating. It is therefore not recommended for constipation. If you must drink coffee, use decaf. Read Also: What to do to prevent and relieve constipation You may be wondering what you can do to prevent and relieve constipation? Here are some tips: Drink plenty of fluids especially water. Eat fresh and dried fruits which contain fiber. Consume vegetables as they also have a high fiber content. Get active; exercise and move around. Use the restroom when you have the urge to and you can; donвt postpone defecation unnecessarily. Check your routine medications with your doctor for side effects. Constipation could be a side effect of certain medications. If youвre stressed, relax and spend time with family and friends. If constipation doesnвt stop or keeps recurring, visit a doctor as there may be a more serious underlying cause. Now, let us move on to hemorrhoids. 2. Hemorrhoids Most anal fissures donвt require extensive treatment. However, certain home remedies can help promote healing and relieve uncomfortable symptoms. You can treat an anal fissure at home by: using taking and eating more, such as raw fruits and vegetables taking warm baths called to relax the anal muscles, relieve irritation, and increase blood flow to the anorectal area applying a ointment to the anus to promote blood flow to the area or a cream, such as, to help with inflammation applying topical pain relievers, such as, to the anus to ease discomfort If your symptoms arenвt relieved within two weeks of treatment, see your doctor for further evaluation.

Your doctor can make sure you have the correct diagnosis and can recommend other treatments. A calcium channel blocker ointment can relax the sphincter muscles and allow the anal fissure to heal. Another possible treatment is Botox injections into the anal sphincter. The injections will prevent spasms in your anus by temporarily paralyzing the muscle. This allows the anal fissure to heal while preventing new fissures from forming. If your anal fissure fails to respond to other treatments, your doctor may recommend an anal sphincterotomy. This surgical procedure involves making a small incision in the anal sphincter to relax the muscle. Relaxing the muscle allows the anal fissure to heal. This is likely to be considered if less invasive therapies have failed. Not all anal fissures are a sign of low-fiber diets and constipation. Poorly healing fissures or those located in a position other than the posterior and midline portion of your anus may indicate an underlying disease such as tuberculosis, HIV, or anal cancer. If you have any concerns about a fissure thatвs not healing despite trying conservative, at-home remedies, contact your doctor to see if you need any additional tests.

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