Where Should I Check If It’s Been 1-2 Weeks The Chapter Is Always Incomplete?
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Constipation or difficulty in bowel movements can also be called constipation. Constipation is a condition where the frequency of bowel movements is less than 3 times a week. The occurrence of bowel movements can be caused by several things including an unbalanced diet, or the presence of a disease that causes constipation. There are several possible causes of constipation, including:
Poor diet, lack of fibrous food. Lack of physical activity. Diseases of the digestive tract such as the intestine and anus. Disorders of the nervous system. This disorder inhibits the movement of feces through the intestine. Muscle motor disorders that move the intestine. Impaired hormonal balance which functions to balance the fluids in the body. Disturbances in this hormone can make fluid in the body unstable so that it triggers constipation. Side effects of drug consumption, for example antacid drugs, diuretics, iron-containing supplements. Mental and psychological disorders. The symptoms that are accompanied by flatulence also indicate an excessive gas content in the digestive system, can be characterized by frequent bowel movements and frequent belching. This can be caused by dyspepsia syndrome, impaired gastric acid balance. In this condition it is necessary to see a doctor first if your symptoms are only 1-2 weeks. Anamnesis needs to be done, physical examination including rectal plugs to examine the anus and rectum, supporting examination if necessary. Treatment can be given in the form of laxatives if bowel difficulties continue.
Things that can be done at home include maintaining a regular and balanced diet of nutritional and fiber content, consuming fruits such as papaya and vegetables regularly, drinking enough water, resting enough, not holding bowel movements, doing regular physical activities.
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