When bowel movements are infrequent and stools are hard to pass, constipation is present. Most often, it occurs as a result of changes in diet or routine, or when the inadequate fiber is consumed. Constipation that lasts longer than three weeks should be dealt with by a doctor if you have severe pain, blood in your stools, or severe pain in your bowels.


  • Consuming foods low in fiber.
  • Dehydration (not drinking enough water).
  • Exercise isn’t enough.
  • You might travel or eat or go to bed at a different time if your regular routine changes.
  • Having a lot of milk or cheese.
  • Stress.
  • Not having a bowel movement when you feel the urge.

Diagnosis and Treatment


Among the tests and procedures used by doctors to diagnose chronic constipation, include a general physical exam and a digital rectal exam. The majority of mild to moderate constipation cases can be treated at home. Making changes to your diet and drink is the first step to taking care of yourself.

Home remedies

  • Take a fiber supplement.

  •  Take a laxative stimulant

  •  Take a laxative stimulant

  • Use a stool softener

  •  Get in a squat position to poop

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