Sitting on the toilet the right way can help make it easier to poop. Here's how to get into the best pooping position.
Occasional constipation is typically not something to worry about and usually resolves on its own. But if constipation lasts for weeks or you have other symptoms such as nausea, bloating, or unexplained weight loss, it may be time to speak with a doctor.
Eating plenty of fiber can help prevent or relieve constipation, but not all fiber affects the digestive system the same way.
Diet, underlying health conditions, and certain medications are some of factors that may cause chronic constipation. Getting to the root of what's causing your constipation is the first step toward managing it.
Sex may be the last thing on your mind if you're dealing with irritable bowel syndrome symptoms such as gas and bloating. But there are steps you can take to maintain an enjoyable dating and sex life.
Plus, what to eat instead.
Here's how to get things moving.
Plus, how to find relief.
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Constipation happens to all of us (and it's kind of the worst), but we spoke to the experts to find out the best ways to relieve it (and avoid it in the future).