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Dietary precautions and treatment for constipation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   How can i help you
User :   My stools are getting hard,
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   since when you have this
User :   Quite some timw more than 15 days, and also i have go for motion more than 3-4 times in a day
Doctor :   do oyu have loose motions
Doctor :   stomach pain
User :   no,
User :   no
Doctor :   stools will be hard mainly due to lack of intake of water, eating unhealthy junk foods
User :   and currently I am in XXXXX
User :   ok.
Doctor :   eating low fibre diest also causes
Doctor :   a few common-sense lifestyle changes, including getting more exercise, eating high-fiber foods and drinking plenty of water, can go a long way toward preventing or alleviating constipation.
User :   like.?
Doctor :   Eat fiber regular like fruits, vegetables, beans, whole grains, breads
Doctor :   Drink plenty of liquids.
Doctor :   Increase your physical activity. Engage in regular exercise, such as walking, biking or swimming, on most days.
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Doctor :   how can i help you
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