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... days after the food has been eaten. They include wind, bloating, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting diarrhoea or constipation. Food intolerances are never directly life threatening. However, if the missing ...
... that upset your stomach, cause diarrhoea or constipation your pharmacist will be able to recommend an alternative or advise you to take the supplement at a different time. If you are on other medicines, ...
We all know a good diet is vital to keep us in the best of health. Not only does it make us feel well, it also reduces our risk of developing many conditions such as heart disease, cancer, constipation, ...
... which often results in constipation or diarrhoea Female hormones - experts have found that symptoms can be worse when a woman has her period, which suggests hormones play a role in the ...
The most common cause of an anal fissure is constipation. Straining to pass large or hard faeces over-stretches the skin surrounding the anus causing it to tear. In children, the severe pain associated ...
... bed wetting has been linked to other causes such as a urinary tract infection, constipation or the lack of a hormone ADHthat controls the production of urine.  ...
...  Constipation Constipation is a condition where bowel movements become...Learn more Contraception Contraception is the precautions ...
Typhoid fever is recognised by the onset of fever, severe headache, nausea, fatigue and loss of appetite. It is sometimes accompanied by delirium, bloody stools, constipation, and diarrhoea. ...
... rare cases, bed wetting has been linked to other causes such as a urinary tract infection, constipation or the lack of a hormone ADH that controls the production of urine.  ...
... days after the food has been eaten. They include wind, bloating, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting diarrhoea or constipation. Food intolerances are never directly life threatening. However, if the missing ...
... more fibre than other fruits and can relieve and prevent constipation. TIP: Slice off the top and eat with a spoon, boiled egg-style for a great vitamin boost.  ...
Gastrointestinal system
...  way into breast milk, upsetting the baby's tummy. A similar effect can occur if the mother takes laxatives such as senna tablets to relieve her constipation. Small amounts of the laxative can end up ...
... rich in fresh fruit and vegetables can reduce the risk of constipation which is thought to make period pain worse by a full bowel pressing on the uterus and by creating feelings of listlessness. When ...
Constipation is the most common cause of piles. Straining when going to the toilet in an attempt to pass large hard stools damages the lining of the anal passage and increases the pressure in the blood ...
... constipation or the lack of a hormone called ADH that controls the production of urine.  ...
... leading to problems like constipation, diarrhoea, stomach upsets and viral infections. Even some prescribed medicines such as antibiotics can cause problems, as they destroy good bacteria in the gut, as ...
... a feeling of needing to go immediately (urgency) and incomplete emptying of the bladder. The most common bowel problem is constipation, although problems controlling bowel movements can also occur.  ...
...  temporary diarrhoea or constipation you will be advised to visit your doctor. If you do have bowel cancer, it is important that you let your pharmacist know what medicines you are receiving, particularly ...
...  have diarrhoea, some have constipation, while in others bowel habits may alternate between diarrhoea and constipation. IBS is an extremely common condition, estimated to affect about a third of ...
Constipation is the most common cause of piles. Straining when going to the toilet in an attempt to pass large hard stools damages the lining of the anal passage and increases the pressure in the blood ...
... constipation, a common occurrence in those following a gluten-free diet that may lack fibre.  ...
... bowel movements, avoid constipation and so avoid straining when in the toilet. Reviewed on 6 June 2010 ...
Gastrointestinal system
Gastrointestinal system
... background pain particularly in the hands and feet, specific episodes of severe pain (known as Fabry's crises), inability to sweat or control body temperature, bowel problems such as alternating constipation, ...
... fresh fruit and vegetables can reduce the risk of constipation which is thought to make period pain worse by a full bowel pressing on the uterus and by creating feelings of listlessness. When period ...
... blocked nose. Decongestant for children. Disposable gloves to protect against infection. Hydrocortisone cream for bites & stings. Mild laxatives to counter constipation. ...
... especially those containing saturated fat or cholesterol, such as butter and cheese. Drink at least eight glasses of water every day: it aids digestion, reduces the risk of constipation and makes ...