Constipation is a condition of the digestive system where an individual has hard feces that are difficult to expel. The main symptoms of constipation are increased difficulty and straining when passing stools. Passing fewer stools than usual can be a sign of constipation.
- stomach ache
- stomach cramps
- feeling bloated and nauseous
- losing appetite
- Hand burning sensation
- Eyes always heated or more redness
- Pain above little fingure
Medical factor :
- Neurological disorders: Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease, stroke, spinal cord injuries, and chronic idiopathic intestinal pseudo-obstruction can lead to constipation.
- Endocrine and metabolic conditions: Uremia, diabetes, hypercalcemia, poor glycemic control, and hypothyroidism.
- Systemic diseases: These are diseases that affect a number of organs and tissues, or affect the body as a whole, they include lupus, scleroderma, amyloidosis.
- Cancer: Constipation occurs in people with cancer, mainly due to pain medications and chemotherapy. Also, if a tumor blocks or squeezes the digestive system.
Dealing with constipation before it becomes worst conditions can prevent further discomfort. Visit our clinic for more details.