What Can You Do When Constipation Won't Go Away?

We've all suffered with constipation from time to time, but if you've been living with constipation symptoms that won't go away, you're not alone.

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Constipation and Menopause: Are You a No-Go?

Constipation may become a problem in menopause, and, yes, hormones may be to blame. So, what can you do about it?

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What You Need to Know About Constipation

If you're having a hard time going to the bathroom, you may be suffering from constipation. And you're not alone. Here are some tips to help you go more regularly.

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Constipation: An Exclusive Q&A

If you have fewer than three bowel movements a week, then you may have chronic constipation.

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Belly Bloat? It Could Be Something More Serious

While everyone has intestinal gas, some people have severe bloating that causes discomfort and other problems. The Mayo Clinic mentions these warning signs that you may need to see a doctor.

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Health Facts: Constipation

Constipation is generally defined as a condition in which a person has fewer than three bowel movements per week, difficulty passing bowel movements, or a combination of both. Constipation that keeps coming back may indicate a chronic condition, such as chronic idiopathic constipation (CIC) or irritable bowel syndrome with constipation (IBS-C).

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