About Constipaion Treatment

The term constipation may have a different meaning from person to person. The frequency of a bowel movement varies considerably among people, ranging from 1-3 times/day to once in 3 days. Therefore, it is difficult to have a precise definition for constipation that would stand true for all. Thus, constipation is generally described as having fewer than three bowel movements a week. It also means passing stools very infrequently, passing hard stools, or having any kind of difficulty in evacuating the bowel. Though occasional constipation is very common, some people experience chronic constipation that can interfere with their ability to go about their daily tasks. Typically lasting for more than several weeks, chronic constipation can cause significant pain and discomfort and affect one’s quality of life.


Constipation basically occurs when the waste matter moves very slowly through the large intestines, causing it to become hard and dry. Some of the common causes of constipation include:

1. A diet that is poor in fiber ( fruits, vegetables, cereals )
2. A change in your routine such as a change in your eating habits
3. Ignoring the urge to pass stool ( common in children )
4. Not drinking enough fluids


1. Less than three bowel movements per week
2. Straining more than 25% of the time
3. Feeling of incomplete evacuation more than 25% of the time
4. Stomach ache and cramps
5. Feeling of bloating
6. Hard and lumpy stools more than 25% of the time

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