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'''Constipation''' is difficulty or inability to defecate.  While occasional irregularity is commonplace, individuals with severe constipation should see a doctor.  If there is no underlying illness, then having a diet with a healthy consumption of [[fruit]]s, [[vegetable]]s, or other things rich in [[fiber]] is better than taking laxatives.
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'''Constipation''' is difficulty or inability to defecate.  While occasional irregularity is commonplace, individuals with severe constipation should see a doctor.  If there is no underlying illness, then having a diet with a healthy consumption of [[fruit]]s, [[vegetable]]s, or other things rich in [[fiber]] is better than taking laxatives.  People with underlying illness need advice from doctors or nurses.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:42, March 28, 2008

Constipation is difficulty or inability to defecate. While occasional irregularity is commonplace, individuals with severe constipation should see a doctor. If there is no underlying illness, then having a diet with a healthy consumption of fruits, vegetables, or other things rich in fiber is better than taking laxatives. People with underlying illness need advice from doctors or nurses.