Intestinal pseudoobstruction

What is Intestinal pseudoobstruction?

Clinical manifestations falsely suggesting obstruction of the small intestine, usually occurring in patients with multiple jejunal diverticula.

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My doc told me that I'm having Intestinal pseudoobstruction & advised using enema fleet once every 3-4days. Btw, I'm a tetraplegia due to spinal...

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Yes, it is fine to use the suppositories once in a while, e.g. a few times a week. In your case, you just have to find a balance that you...

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My nephew is 2 years old. He had a surgery related to intestinal obstruction six months back. During that time the doctor had cut the appendictis....

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Thanks for posting your query.
Intestinal obstruction is a condition which can arise due to various causes some infective , some congenital...

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My father is 67 and has undergone angioplasty six months back. He is since suffering from constipation, on and off. He takes enema which is very...

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Constipation is a known accompaniment of heart disease. It is detrimental to the heart as straining at stools...

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