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  1. Constipation is when you are passing stools less often than you normally do. Your stool may become ... provider to help you take care of your constipation.
  2. Constipation in infants and children occurs when they have hard stools or have problems passing stools. A ... Constipation is common in children. However, normal bowel movements are different for each child. In the first ...
  3. The child may have constipation . The stool is hard, dry, and stuck in the colon (called fecal impaction ). The child then passes only wet or ...
  4. Constipation is when you do not pass stool as often as you normally do. Your stool may ... bowel movement pattern, so that you can keep constipation from getting worse.
  5. Constipation is when you are not passing stool as often or as easily as is normal for ... impaction often occurs in people who have had constipation for a long time and have been using ...
  6. ... habits. Can have either diarrhea (IBS-D), or constipation (IBS-C). Pain and other symptoms will often ... IBS may go back and forth between having constipation and diarrhea or have or mostly have one ...
  7. ... High fiber diets can also help with both constipation and diarrhea. Fiber also may help lower your ... enough fluids. Not getting enough fluids may make constipation worse instead of better. Ask your health care ...
  8. ... mouth sores, or a stiff or painful jaw Constipation, which is fewer bowel movements than usual or ... member of the health care team if nausea, constipation, or pain cannot be managed.
  9. ... not being able to control bowel movements. Severe constipation . These problems may be caused by: Brain and ... Elsevier; 2021:chap 131. Iturrino JC, Lembo AJ. Constipation. In: Feldman M, Friedman LS, Brandt LJ, eds. ...
  10. ... weight control. Fiber aids digestion and helps prevent constipation . It is sometimes used for the treatment of ...
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