The Cause Of Difficult BAB?
I want to ask, why do people go back and forth to the bathroom wanting to defecate but only a little comes out and still want BAB? How can I not be difficult to defecate again ??
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Difficulty defecating (BAB) or this condition is also called constipation. Where by definition constipation is a change in the pattern of bowel movements to be less frequent or less than usual. But usually humans at least defecate 3 times a week. Symptoms that can occur in constipation include:
The main symptoms of constipation are other constipation symptoms including:
Must push when defecating
Feeling incomplete when finished BAB
Hard stool consistency
It feels like something is up when you finish a bowel movement
This condition occurs due to several factors, for example:
Lifestyle factors such as diet, lack of activity. Poor eating patterns, for example, consume less fiber and consume less drinking water every day. Activities that rarely do sports for example can cause constipation. Or everyday activities that require you to sit for a long time.
Diseases of the intestine or rectum, for example intestinal obstruction, colon cancer, and rectal cancer.
Nerve disorders.This disorder inhibits the movement of feces through the intestine, and usually occurs in people with Parkinson's disease
Hormone disorders such as diabetes, pregnancy, or hypothyroidism.
Side effects of drug consumption, for example are antacids, anticonvulsants, calcium antagonists, diuretics, iron supplements, drugs for Parkinson's disease, and antidepressants.
Ignore the urge to defecate.
Most causes of constipation are a factor in the unhealthy lifestyle as described previously, poor diet and lack of activity. The following steps and tips can be taken to prevent or reduce the occurrence of constipation, for example:
Change your diet to high in fiber consumption of fruits and vegetables that contain fiber can help smooth bowel movements
Consumption of water at least 2 liters per day
Regular exercise, at least do daily activities with lots of movement
Do not ignore or delay the desire to defecate.
Maintain ideal body weight
Manage stress well
However, if the complaint does not improve with changing lifestyles should consult with a doctor for further examination. In addition, if constipation is accompanied by symptoms of abdominal pain or abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting should immediately contact a doctor at the nearest sheshage facility.
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