The Cause Of Difficult BAB?
Doctor, why? I have been very difficult lately. I must force first to get out. And when I was in the chapter I would have pissed out simultaneously. I also can not fart must be forced too, even then sometimes if I force my fart urine out too. What happened?
Thank you for the question.
Difficulty defecating or constipation is a digestive disorder that often occurs, where a person defecates less than 3x in one week. The digestive tract functions to absorb water and nutrients and remove food scraps that have been formed into feces out of the body, and if the stools last too long in the digestive tract, it will be more difficult to get out and longer to get out.
Here are some things that can cause constipation:
Lack of fiber. Fiber is useful to soften the stool and make it easy to remove. Drinking less water or dehydration. Lack of exercise so that the activity of the digestive tract becomes slow. Often delay wanting to defecate. There is a change in lifestyle such as when he was out of town / country. Take certain medications such as antacids. Pregnancy Certain medical conditions such as diabetes mellitus, stroke, irritable bowel syndrome, and others. In addition, urinating or pee that comes out together while defecating or farting is actually a natural thing, because of straining so that the activity of the muscles in the buttocks or anus can also stimulate the muscles in the bladder, so that the feeling of wanting to defecate small.
Here are the things you can do to overcome the difficulty of defecation:
Use feces laxatives that can be purchased freely at pharmacies. Eating foods that contain lots of fiber and meet the minimum fluid needs of 2-3L per day. Reduce drinks that contain caffeine and alcohol. Take a supplement to increase fiber or probiotics. Regular exercise 3-5x per minute. Do not delay the urge to defecate. If difficult bowel movements occur more than 3 weeks, accompanied by severe abdominal pain, stool accompanied by blood, contact your doctor immediately. Hopefully this information can help and hopefully get well soon.