Suggest medicines for white bump at the back of the tongue .
I spotted a white bump near the back of my tongue that had a white appearance at the dot. The bump is raised and does not hurt or bleed. I want to receive your opinion. I also noticed other bumps in back of tongue but they do not have the same appearance as this one bump that sits on a stretch of...
Cause for the bumps on the tongue along with nausea?
Hi I have a friend who has bumps on both sides of her tongue, and who has nausea, do you know what is wrong with her. Oh and also she hasn t brushed her teeth in a while, or bathed because she been through a horrible break up. I ve been trying to get her help but she won t go any where. Please...
What causes bumps in the back of tongue?
Hi I recently started to get a sore throat. Not a severe one though. It also feels as though I have something (like food) stuck in the back of my throat and my throat seems tight, like my airways are closing up. When I looked in the mirror to investigate my throat I noticed that the back of my...
Lifestyle changes that may help chronic constipation.
Increase your daily intake of fibre to 18-30g of fibre a day. High-fibre foods include fruit, vegetables and cereals.
Add wheat bran, to your diet. These will help make your stools softer and easier to pass.
Avoid dehydration by drinking plenty of water.
Get more exercise.
When you need to open your bowels, do not delay.
Dr K A Pottinger
This depends on the reason for constipation. At 19 years, if constipation is present then needs to be evaluated for any organ/hormonal pathology. If you can tell us more information on your problem like any associated symptoms or problem, then we can help you.
You may have to exclude organic causes for the constipation after consulting a specialist. You can alter your food habits and start taking more of fiber-rich diet along with plenty of water. Regular daily exercise especially with stress on perineal exercises helps often. Laxatives may be used to facilitate easy stool passage. Hope you find this information useful. Take care.
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