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What is Constipation?

Constipation occurs when a person's bowel movements are uncomfortable or infrequent. Constipation is characterised as bowel movements that are less than three times per week and generate little amounts of firm, dry stool. Normal stool elimination, on the other hand, might occur three times per day or three times per week, depending on the individual.

You are not alone if you have constipation. According to Abbott, constipation affects 22% of the adult Indian population, with 13% having severe constipation. Constipation affects 6% of the Indian population and is associated with a variety of health problems.

What are the symptoms?

If your constipation does not improve with self-care or if you have been constipated for an extended period of time, see a doctor.

Constipation can cause the following signs and symptoms :

  • You only have three bowel motions every week.
  • Your stools are lumpy, dry, and firm.
  • It's tough or unpleasant for you to pass stools.
  • You're experiencing stomach pains or cramps.
  • You're bloated and sick to your stomach.
  • After a bowel movement, you get the feeling that you haven't entirely emptied your bowels.
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Constipation can be caused by a number of things, including nutrition, medication, medical conditions, and pregnancy.

Constipation can be caused by a number of things, including :

  • Consumption of low-fibre foods.
  • A lack of hydration (dehydration).
  • Physical activity is insufficient.
  • Traveling, eating, and sleeping at strange hours, as well as deviations from your usual routine.
  • cheese or milk consumption that is excessive
  • Stress.
  • I'm fighting the need to go to the restroom.
  • Antacids, pain relievers, diuretics, and certain Parkinson's disease therapies are examples of medications

Constipation can result from a number of medical and health conditions, including :

  • Endocrine disorders include hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid gland), diabetes, uremia, and hypercalcemia.
  • Colorectal cancer starts in the colon and spreads to other parts of the body.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a kind of irritable bowel syndrome that affects the intestines (IBS).
  • Diverticular disease affects the intestines and is a kind of malignancy.
  • You may get constipation as a result of a faulty outlet. (It's a coordination issue with the pelvic floor muscles.) These muscles support the organs in the pelvis and lower abdomen. Stool discharge necessitates their application.)
  • Neurological disorders include spinal cord damage, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, and stroke..
  • Organ diseases include amyloidosis, lupus, and scleroderma, to name a few.
  • Pregnancy.


Although constipation is generally straightforward to diagnose, testing may be required to discover the underlying cause in chronic cases. Your doctor may order one or more of the following tests after a comprehensive review of your bowel habits, overall health, and lifestyle :

  • Rectal examination or Proctoscopy - This can be performed with a lubricated gloved finger or a Proctoscope.
  • Colonoscopy is a technique that looks at the colon's bottom part. During the test, a long flexible tube with a light and camera at the end is inserted via the anus. On a computer screen, your doctor may examine the insides of your intestines.
  • Anal Manometry is putting a small device into your rectum and attaching it to a machine that measures pressure while your rectum muscles are pinched, relaxed, and pushed. This reflects how well the nerves and muscles of the rectum are working.
  • MRI Defecography - MRI defecography is a non-invasive technique that employs magnetic resonance imaging to get images at various phases of defecation in order to examine how well the pelvic muscles are reacting and provide insight into rectal function. It's used to determine what's causing incontinence, constipation, and other feces-flow issues, such as pelvic organ prolapse.
  • Thyroid function tests, B12, D3, and calcium levels in the blood should all be monitored.
  • Testing for food intolerance

Risk Factor

Constipation is a condition in which bowel motions are difficult or infrequent. Some of the risk factors are as follows :

  • Consume 20 to 35 grams of dietary fibre every day.
  • Due to a lack of water, faeces become dry.
  • Insufficient physical exercise
  • Avoid passing bowel movements when you have a need.
  • Using opiates or other opioids as a recreational drug.
  • A significant life or habit change, such as a pregnancy or a travel, is taking place.
  • To mention a few diseases or disorders, there is diabetes, lupus, and multiple sclerosis.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome, a blockage, or a colon tumour are all possibilities.



Dr. Ashwin Porwal, who has treated hundreds of patients with piles and severe constipation, popularized the MCDPA phrase "SAY NO TO SURGERY." Many of these people did not require surgery, he realised. In these circumstances, caution and lifestyle modifications are essential. He devised the MCDPA treatment technique based on these findings ( Medicines-Constac-Diet-Physiotherapy-Ayurveda ). It's a ground-breaking blend of modern science, traditional Ayurveda, and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy that ensures a multidimensional approach to the problem, considerably increasing the likelihood of a successful treatment. The pillars of MCDPA are the delivery of recognised scientific therapies and complete patient care.


To restore control of the rectal muscles, biofeedback is performed. Reduced rectal muscle activity, as previously mentioned, is a key factor in persistent constipation, especially in Obstructed Defecation Syndrome, which causes faeces evacuation issues. A probe is inserted into the rectum, and the muscle activation is recorded on a computer screen in this non-invasive treatment. After that, a physiotherapist will coach and educate you how to enhance your defecation effort.


Surgical intervention in the form of STARR Surgery may be required in situations with Obstructed Defecation Syndrome or Chronic Constipation that has resulted in rectal prolapse. The technique involves replacing a blocked or prolapsed rectum segment with a healthy portion of the remaining rectum. Two circular staplers are utilised to generate a circumferential trans-anal full thickness resection of the lower rectum during STARR surgery, which is performed under general anaesthetic. The structural anomalies associated with ODS are eliminated when the two stapled resections are combined.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

When waste gets too hard and dry to travel through the intestines rapidly, constipation ensues. As a result, the following methods can assist you in overcoming constipation:

  • Check to see whether you are receiving enough water.
  • Consume a high-fiber diet.
  • Maintain a regular physical exercise schedule.
  • Don't ignore the impulse to go to the bathroom.
  • Sedentary behaviour should be avoided at all costs.

If you've been experiencing trouble passing stools for more than a week, you should see a gastroenterologist.

You should visit a doctor if you experience any of the following symptoms :

  • Having only three bowel movements each week.
  • I began bleeding when passing stools.
  • Pains or discomfort in the stomach.
  • Nausea or vomiting

Patient Resources

Constipation : Its Causes and Cure

Testimonial of Bao Xue from China After Non - Surgical Treatment of Constipation.

Patient Suffering from Severe Constipation Successfully Treated at Healing Hands Clinic

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