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Does The Nuvaring Cause Constipation Or Problems Going To The Bathroom
Fiber and fluids: Simple constipation usually responds to a diet rich in fiber (bran, whole grain cereals, fruits, vegetables) and increased fluid intake (water is sufficient). Several significant causes of constipation other than bad diet should be investigated with the help of your doctor e.g. Hypothroidism, hirschprung's disease among others. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Unlikely but maybe.: Hormones, in general, can impact the gastrointestinal system. The natural cycle without medication can as well. It's unlikely that the NuvaRing specifically would cause costipation but if someone were susceptible, it could contribute. The fact that it is in the vagina and above the rectum would not lead to constipation. ...Read more
Took Plan B 12-8. Was then perscribed and started NuvaRing 12-13. Constant bloating, cramping, constipation, light brown discharge, lower back pains..
Its been four days, i could not go to bathroom.I had a constipation problem.It will pain thought.Please give me the best way to move it out without pa?
Constipation: I cannot see anything in your profile to tell me if you are on any medication or have any medical conditions. But, the first step would be to drink three liters of water in the next hour if that does not help you may need to get to your family medical clinic. ...Read more
Water, diet, doctor: Be sure you are properly hydrated - drink between between 1-2 liters of clean water a day. Some foods are helpful - prunes, other fruits and veggies too. I've found olive oil for cooking helps. Be active. Sitting too long is a problem. Never delay a desire to "go" because you're too busy or it is inconvenient. See a doctor if this is not enough. ...Read more
Can extreme anxiety and worry cause constipation? I'm constantly dwelling on my bathroom habits & I feel like that might make it worse. Possible?
How do you treat constipation caused by SIBO? I every time i go the bathroom, but i feel unfinished, and this is accompanied with bloating.
Change in bowel?: How do you define "constipation?" A medical definition is bowel infrequency (less than one bowel movement every 3-4 days).There are many excellent answers on Healthtap that will assist you in improving your ease of defecation while reducing your sense of bloating & gassiness. Why do think it's SIBO anyway? ...Read more
Am 13weeks pregnant&have bad constipation..Is pushing hard when in the bathroom could hurt the baby or cause a misscarriage?
Constipation: This is a common scenario and is unlikely to be any trouble for the baby. I am sure your prenatal guide book that you have to read during your pregnancy talks about this; and how to have normal or regular bowel movements. It is safe to soften your stool with fluids, fiber and fruits. ...Read more
I am having problems using the bathroom. Major constipation plus hemorrhoids. Any good treatments?
Constipation, vomitting, abdomal pain and tingling in hands and fingers I have been having issues with digestion with the better part of 15 years. Lack of insurance prevented me from looking into it. I have always had problems going the the bathroom and
The : The good news is that you have a doctor's apointment. The sooner a diagnosis is made, the sooner treatment can be initiated. It sounds like you are dealing with acid reflux disease; the blood in your stool can be due to hemorrhoids (external or internal) and/or a bleeding ulcer, and can be a sign of colon cancer. You will likely need a test of your upper and lower GI tract (endoscopy and colonoscopy). After a thorough history of your problem, and physical, diagnostic tests can be ordered. Try not to worry. Like i stated, it is good that you are now under a doctor's care. Best of luck. ...Read more
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