Constipation

Diminished ability of intestinal muscles to move feces (stool), often resulting in very hard stool. A common problem in Parkinson's.

Constipation

Constipation is London Cockney rhyming slang for a train station.
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constipation

[n] - irregular and infrequent or difficult evacuation of the bowels
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Constipation

Condition where it becomes difficult to empty faeces from the bowel.
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Constipation

A person is constipated when he/she has less than three bowel movements a week; has to strain severely in order to defecate; produces hard stools; produces less than 30 g (one ounce) of stool with each bowel movement.
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Constipation

Not having bowel movements as often as normal. Or difficulty opening your bowels .
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Constipation

difficult or infrequent bowel movements of hard, dry faeces
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Constipation

Constipation is when you pass stools less often than usual, or when you are having difficulty going to the toilet because your stools are hard and small.
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Constipation

Our Constipation Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Constipation Constipation: Infrequent (and frequently incomplete) bowel movements. The opposite of diarrhea, constipation is commonly caused by irritable bowel syndrome, diverticulosis, and medications (constipation can paradoxically be caused by overuse o...
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Constipation

Con`sti·pa'tion noun [ Latin constipatio a crowding together: confer French constipation .] 1. Act of crowding anything into a less compass, or the state of being crowded or pressed together; condensation. [ Obsolete] « Fullness of matter, or a pretty close constipation
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constipation

<gastroenterology> Infrequent or difficult evacuation of the faeces. ... Origin: L. Constipatio = a crowding together ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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constipation

irregularity noun irregular and infrequent or difficult evacuation of the bowels; can be a symptom of intestinal obstruction or diverticulitis
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constipation

(kon″stĭ-pa´shәn) a change in normal bowel habits with decreased frequency of defecation or passage of hard dry feces.
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Constipation

• (n.) A state of the bowels in which the evacuations are infrequent and difficult, or the intestines become filled with hardened faeces; costiveness. • (n.) Act of crowding anything into a less compass, or the state of being crowded or pressed together; condensation.
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constipation

delayed passage of waste through the lower portion of the large intestine, with the possible discharge of relatively dry, hardened feces from the ... [9 related articles]
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constipation

(L. constipatio a crowding together) infrequent or difficult evacuation of the faeces.
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Constipation

A condition in which the stool becomes hard, dry and difficult to pass, and bowel movements do not occur as frequently as they should. More than half of all pregnant women will suffer from constipation at some time during their pregnancy. Symptoms of constipation usually include painful bowel movements, a bloated feeling, a sense of being full an.....
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constipation

constipation, infrequent or difficult passage of feces. Constipation may be caused by the lack of adequate roughage or fluid in the diet, prolonged physical inactivity, certain drugs, or emotional disturbance. Sudden unexplained changes in bowel habits can be a symptom of a serious disorder (such as...
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Constipation

Constipation is irregular and insufficient evacuation of the bowels. The Victorians believed constipation to be caused by a sedentary lifestyle, excessive sleep and consuming stimulating drinks. It is now known that constipation is a symptom of many diseases and can be caused by various factors, most noticeably diet.
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constipation

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′sti-pā′shŭn Definitions: 1. A condition in which bowel movements are infrequent or incomplete. Synonyms: costiveness
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constipation

In medicine, the infrequent emptying of the bowel. The intestinal contents are propelled by peristaltic contractions of the intestine in the digestive process. The faecal residue collects in the rectum, distending it and promoting defecation. Constipation may be due to illness, alterations in food consumption, stress, or as an adverse effect of cer...
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Constipation

An inability to pass faeces, often characterised by straining. Fractures of the pelvis, old age and conditions where the colon does not move as it should (such as megacolon) can cause cats to become constipated.
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Constipation

is a feeling that you are not passing stools (faeces) as often as you normally do, or that you have to strain more than usual, or that you are unable to completely empty your bowels or that your stools are unusually hard
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constipation

A condition in which stool becomes hard, dry, and difficult to pass, and bowel movements don
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Constipation

Bowel movements are infrequent or incomplete.
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