A condition in which there is difficulty in emptying the bowels, usually associated with hardened feces,
A condition in which there is difficulty in emptying the bowels, usually associated with hardened feces
A high level of constraint or restriction; a pronounced lack of ease
irregular and infrequent or difficult evacuation of the bowels; can be a symptom of intestinal obstruction or diverticulitis
stultification: the act of making something futile and useless (as by routine)
(constipate) clog: impede with a clog or as if with a clog; "The market is being clogged by these operations"; "My mind is constipated today"
(constipate) cause to be constipated; "These foods tend to constipate you"
(constipated) have difficult or incomplete or infrequent evacuation of the bowels
Constipation (also known as costiveness , dyschezia, and dyssynergic defaecation) refers to bowel movements that are infrequent and hard to pass. Constipation is a common cause of painful defecation. Severe constipation includes obstipation and fecal impaction (see also Bowel obstruction).
Act of crowding anything into a lesser compass, or the state of being crowded or pressed together; condensation; A state of the bowels in which the evacuations are infrequent and difficult, or the intestines become filled with hardened faeces; costiveness
(constipated) The state of being unable to defecate
Reduced stool frequency, or hard stools, difficulty passing stools, or painful bowel movements.
condition in which the stool becomes hard and dry.
hard, dry stools that are difficult to pass in a bowel movement, or having fewer than three bowel movements per week.
Difficulty in passing a bowel motion. The motion may be hard and require straining.
A condition in which bowel movements are painful or difficult and are less frequent or smaller in quantity than normal.
A condition in which the contents of the large intestines (bowels) are discharged at long intervals or with difficulty.
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.
Constipation is when you can't go to the loo and feel blocked up. If you are constipated, try eating more high fibre foods like fruit, vegetables and cereals, and ensure you drink enough liquid (drinking a glass of water or other liquid with each meal is a good idea). ...
Infrequent and/or difficult passage of stools.
Constipation is difficulty passing stool. It can also refer to a decrease in the normal frequency of bowel movements. It may be accompanied by gas, pain, or pressure in the abdomen.
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.
Having bowel movements less often then every three days. Most often related to decreased colon activity.
Constipation is when your bowel movements (or poop) feel harder than usual. Sometimes this makes it difficult or uncomfortable to go to the bathroom. Constipation can sometimes be caused by the food you eat, or by not drinking enough water. ...
Decreased bowel movements; usually hard and sometimes painful.
Bowel movements are infrequent or incomplete.
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
Problems in passing stools from the bowel. ALmost 90% of all hepatic porphyria patients experience constipation during an acute attack.