constipated


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  • adj

Antonyms for constipated

have difficult or incomplete or infrequent evacuation of the bowels

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Some subjects who were not classified as constipated reported experiencing at least one symptom associated with functional constipation.
If you suspect that your child is constipated, you should change their diet to include more fibre.
When you're constipated, your body does not eliminate the daily toxins; and instead they end up going back into circulation and causing more damage.
This is not only for people who are constipated," added Rolle.
On the one hand that indicates an ongoing unease in government over how the banks are operating, and suggests that past efforts have failed and that the banking system remains constipated.
A feasibility study of probiotics pretreatment as a bowel preparation for colonoscopy in constipated patients.
It is especially important to have plenty of water if you're constipated because fluids will help to keep things moving
The same author[3] presented data from a double-blind, placebo-controlled study which evaluated the safety and tolerability of prucalopride in frail constipated elderly patients in nursing homes.
I am 66 years old and have been constipated all my life.
So feel free to smart away at this ridiculously constipated bureaucratic hotchpotch.
Nearly everyone becomes constipated at one time or another.
Mr Doyle told police his friend had been complaining for a few days of being constipated.
Those who score more than five points are considered constipated.
fact is, you're not constipated if you don't move your bowels every day.
I was almost destroyed when I was young by some Russian teacher who said, "You look like a constipated pigeon.