How To Deal With Hard Stools And Constipation?
I have typhus, before being diagnosed with typhus I have quite severe constipation, the phases are so hard that I have to push very hard, after I recover from typhoid I was able to smooth the phases not hard but after a few weeks the fases returned hard until my anus was sick and took out a little blood even though every day I defecate even sometimes twice a day. How can I make my fases not hard even though I have recovered from typhus?
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Constipation or constipation is a condition in which the frequency of bowel movements is reduced, the time needed to pass stool is longer, or the stool is expelled to be hard. Constipation can be caused by many factors. The factors that most often cause this condition are poor diet and lifestyle, for example eating less fibrous food, lack of drinking, and lack of physical activity. Too much consumption of milk or other dairy products and excessive consumption of caffeine and alcohol can also cause constipation. Some other factors that cause constipation include:
disorders of the intestine, such as intestinal obstruction, anal fissure, intestinal infections, IBS, cancer of the intestine or cancer of the organs around the intestine that cause pressure to the intestine
neurological disorders, such as autonomic neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, stroke, etc.
other disorders, such as diabetes, hypothyroidism, hyperparathyroidism, diabetes, etc.
side effects of certain drugs
The following are some things you can do:
Try to eat more fiber, for example from vegetables, fruits, seeds, or whole grains
Drink plenty of water, drink at least 2-3 liters a day
Increase your physical activity, don't sit too much throughout the day
Defecate regularly every day, if necessary try to remove it 2 or 3 times a day
Reduce alcohol consumption and caffeinated drinks (including soft drinks)
If your anus feels pain during bowel movements that causes you to be afraid of bowel movements, check with your doctor so that you can be given medicine to treat pain in the anus and also drugs that can help soften your stool.
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