Constipation Advice

Suffering from constipation can be frustrating, especially if it's a persistent problem. Some people are more likely to suffer from constipation, like pregnant women and the elderly, but you are not alone! This series of articles tries to explain why you suffer from constipation and offers practical advice that you can take today.

  • Pregnancy & Constipation

    Being pregnant has its ups and downs, and one of the issues you might come across is being more prone to constipation. This is a common issue for a lot of pregnant women, and in this article we find out why, and also what you can do about it.

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  • Do I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

    Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common digestive condition which causes the intestines to spasm, leading to constipation and other digestive issues. It is often difficult to diagnose and the cause can be elusive. This article explores the relationship with IBS and constipation, and offers advice on relieving the symptoms of constipation.

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  • Child Constipation

    Constipation can occur frequently in children, and it can be particularly uncomfortable or painful for them. The earlier you can spot the symptoms of constipation the better, because there are some actions you can take to relieve your child’s constipation and to prevent it from re-occurring.

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  • Elderly Constipation

    If your a bit older and your body isn't working quite like it used to, and your digestion in particular is a bit slower, then don't worry because it is a very common issue. In this article we explore what you can do specifically to deal with constipation.

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  • Baby Constipation

    It's fairly common for babies to have periods of constipation, which can either be brief and temporary, or they can last for a while. Just like adults there is no hard and fast rule about how many times your baby will pass bowel motions. The regularity of their bowel movements will depend on the baby’s age, and whether breast-fed or bottle-fed.

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