Constipation is a symptom, not a disease. You may be constipated if you are having fewer pooh passing movements than usual, it takes a long time to pass pooh, and the pooh are hard. What are the causes of constipation? A person with a poor diet, physically inactive, or consuming laxatives too often may increase the risk of constipation. Signs and symptoms of constipation such as a distended, swollen abdomen, vomiting, blood in stool, weight loss, and new/worsening severe constipation in older people. There are many ways to prevent constipation.
So, are you concerned about constipation? Let’s ask yourself these questions below.
Did you answer “yes” to one or more of these questions? If so, you may have a constipation problem which is a sign of an unhealthy gut. Otherwise, you are not constipated, and you have a healthy gut!
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