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Headache, back, neck and shoulder pain accompanied with constipation. Any ideas ?

Hi I don t. Know. What one. Thing has to do with another lately. I have been feeling. Very sick. But I have had a headache backaches and neck. And shoulder pain accompanied. With constipation . When I have a bowel movement . It is soft sticky and stinky. I feel immediate. Relief. Of pressure. But it. Come. Back soon. Please. Help
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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hello..please check your vitamin D3 and b12 levels as deficiency can cause body ache.. take supplements for same if they are low..for constipation you need to eat high fiber foods like oats, fruits, nuts, salads, whole grains.. avoid burgers, pizzas, fried and sweets like parties, doughnuts..drink vegetable juices..have 2-3 cups pf green tea daily.. drink 2-3 litres water daily to help flush out.. go for brisk walks for 40 minutes daily as this will stimulate bowel movements.. you can also take fiber supplements to help release well and be happy..
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