Constipation Treatment in Homeopathy
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Constipation Treatment in Homeopathy

Constipation is the most common gastrointestinal disease, responsible for 2.5 million doctor visits each year. Under normal circumstances, if the number of defecations per week is less than 3 times or defecation is difficult, there is constipation. In total, about 16% of the population suffers from constipation. When constipation is bothersome (and sometimes uncomfortable), it is considered a symptom rather than a disease. So, constipation treatment in homeopathy can be helpful.

It is important to know that normal bowel movements vary from person to person, some people may have bowel movements several times a day; Others once or twice a week. Constipation, like other symptoms, becomes a problem when it causes stress or anxiety in patients and affects their daily lives.

Whatever your bowel movements are, one thing is certain: the longer it takes to have a bowel movement before “poop,” the harder it will be to pass stool.

For most people, these symptoms are short-lived and have no significant impact on life. For some people, sudden constipation may be the first sign of bowel disease such as obstruction (eg, tumour, adhesions) or inflammation (eg, intestinal infection).


Common Symptoms of Constipation

Under normal circumstances, if the number of defecations per week is less than 3 times or defecation is difficult, there is constipation. Some of the common symptoms of constipation include: 

loss of appetite

Loss of Appetite

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Bowel Movement Symptoms of Constipation

Difficulty in Bowel Movement

Abdominal Pain

Abdominal Pain




Causes of Constipation

Constipation can have many causes – lifestyle choices, medications, medical conditions, and pregnancy.

  • Eating foods that don’t contain a lot of fibre.
  • Not drinking enough water (dehydration).
  • Insufficient exercise.
  • Changes in your job, such as travelling, eating differently or sleeping.
  • Eating large amounts of milk or cheese.
  • Stress suppresses the need for bowel movement.
  • Endocrine conditions such as hypothyroidism, diabetes, uremia, and hypercalcemia.
  • Stomach cancer.
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
  • Diverticular disease.
  • Output dysfunction constipation. (Failure of the abdominal muscles. These muscles support the organs in the abdomen and pelvis. They are needed to aid digestion.)
  • Diseases of the nervous system, including spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and stroke.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome. Intestinal dysfunction and stool retention.
  • Intestinal obstruction.
  • Gastrointestinal features (eg, fistula, colonic atresia, volvulus, intussusception, anal atresia, or malrotation).
  • Multiple organ diseases such as amyloidosis, lupus, and scleroderma.
  • Pregnancy.

Complications in Constipation

If constipation is left untreated, it can cause many problems, from tissue damage to infection. The dangers of poor bowel movement are:

HaemorrhoidsWhen you have frequent bowel movements, this can cause swelling of the anus and/or the muscles in and around the anus. These swollen blood vessels are called haemorrhoids or haemorrhoids and can cause pain, itching and bleeding from the anus.
Anal fissuresWhen hard stools pass through the anus regularly, they can break the skin. Constipation, known as anal fissure, is another cause of abdominal pain and inflammation.
Stool entrapmentWhen stool does not pass normally, it enters the bowel, rectum, and anus. Fecal impaction occurs when hard stools form and cannot leave the body.
DiverticulitisDiseases associated with constipation can also lead to diverticular disease or the formation of small pouches along the colon wall. If the stool blast fills the sacs with stool, the stool can cause infection and pain in the area. This condition is called diverticulitis.
IncontinenceStraining to have bowel movements puts too much pressure on the bladder or the muscles that control the bladder. When the body moves to the bladder or bowel this can cause stress, incontinence or urination.

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FAQs for Constipation Treatment in Homeopathy

The effectiveness of homeopathy for chronic constipation is not supported by strong scientific evidence, and results may vary depending on individual cases. 

Yes, homeopathy has the ability to treat chronic constipation at the roots and eventually make it go away.

  • Eat foods high in fibre. 
  • Eat whole grains or add whole grains to other foods like soups and yoghurt. People with constipation should eat 18 to 30 grams of fibre per day.
  • Drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day. 
  • Liquids containing caffeine, such as coffee and soda, can leave you dehydrated. You may need to stop consuming these products until your intestines return to normal.
  • Exercise regularly. 
  • Pre-prepared foods, Fast food
  • Fried Food
  • Dairy products
  • Alcohol 
  • White bread
  • Eggs
  • Meat
  • Sweets

The duration of constipation depends on the symptoms and the treatment type a person opts for. Constipation can last from a few days to weeks. 


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