Pelvic Floor and Incontinence Program
Having a bowel movement less than three times per week can be defined as constipation, a disorder of the digestive system. Oftentimes, feces are hard and difficult to expel. There are many causes for constipation, including, but not limited to lack of fiber in your diet, inadequate exercise, depression, eating disorders and not drinking enough water.
Treatment for Constipation
The Pelvic Floor and Incontinence Program at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital offers a wide range of treatment options for constipation, which may include dietary and lifestyle changes, as well as medications. In addition, the program offers diagnostic testing that may be used to manage sever cases of constipation.
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