Why Haven’t You Defecated For Several Days And Always Burp?
I have not been able to defecate for several days, but I have not had any complaints from the body.
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Difficult bowel movements and often belching is likely to indicate interference with the digestive system. The digestive disorders referred to here can be very varied, including:
Dyspepsia (increased stomach acid)
Food intolerance or malabsorption
Digestive system infections
Irritable bowel syndrome
Benign or malignant tumors, and so on
As a result of the discomfort that the body feels due to digestive disorders, the production of stress hormones can increase, and eventually metabolism and sweat production also increases. This condition is likely to make your body become feverish and also feel cold.
Aside from indigestion, your complaints can also be caused by many other factors, such as viral or bacterial infections, drug side effects, excessive anxiety disorders, hormonal fluctuations (in women, for example when menstruation or early pregnancy), and so on.
If your complaint feels mild and only lasted a few days, you can first do the following steps so that your complaint improves:
Eat more often, small portions
Don't eat snacks too far, don't eat foods that are too spicy, oily, fatty, and drinks that contain caffeine and soda
Expand foods that are easily digested and drink water
Not taking drugs carelessly
Do not smoke
However, if within 3 days your complaint does not improve, we recommend that you go see yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. With an in-depth evaluation, or coupled with supporting examinations, such as ultrasound, endoscopy, laboratory, etc., often the doctor is able to give you the best management.
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