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Constipation Treatment in Pune

Constipation Treatment Center

Dr. Kamthe’s Piles Clinic where We Care and We Cure. We are Pune’s best clinic for constipation treatment. Dr. Kamthe is the constipation specialist and strives to deliver specialized care to the constipated patient. He has an excellent academic record and is excellent at managing constipation issues.

To resolve constipation, he takes the support of modern medicines, Ayurvedic medicines, and treatment procedures. By using profound skills and expertise, he tries to fix your problem painlessly. He tries to cure your problem with non-surgical procedures.

What is Constipation?

The constipation is the health problem may vary from person to person. The frequency of a bowel movement also ranges from 1 to 3 times in a day. Constipation is the condition where the rate of bowel movement reduces to 3 times a week. Also discharges hardened stools, or release with difficulties.

In some cases, constipation affects the person’s routine life. In some cases, it lasts for weeks if not treated properly. Generally, chronic constipation can cause severe pain and discomfort and disturbs a patient’s life.

Causes of Constipation

Here are the few causes of constipation include:

  • An improper diet with fewer fruits and water consumption.
  • Modern eating habits and lifestyle.
  • Delay in passing the stool.
  • Sedentary life style.
  • Hormonal changes at various stages of life.
  • Over-weight.
  • If the person has another disease like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Obstructed Defecation Syndrome (ODS), Hypothyroidism, Bowel cancer, Crohn’s disease, or Spinal cord injuries.

Symptoms of constipation

Following are the constipation symptoms

  • Person discharges bowel for 2 to 3 times in a week.
  • A person is unable to release stool without giving strain.
  • A person can feel the incomplete emptiness after evacuation.
  • The person feels pain and cramps in stomach.
  • A person looses his hunger.

How to diagnose Constipation?

Diagnosing constipation is necessary. Our doctor checks your medical history thoroughly and then performs following tests:

  • Dietary regime
  • Rectal Examination
  • Colonoscopy
  • Anal Manometry
  • MRI Defecography
  • Food Intolerance Test

Complications of Constipation

The repeated episodes of constipation give rise to severe complications like hemorrhoids, fissure, and anal fistula, rectal prolapse, fecal impaction, etc.

Treatment of Constipation

The non-surgical and traditional approach to treating constipation is always preferred. In this therapy, our expert uses medicines, diet, procedures of Ayurveda, and techniques in physiotherapy to give satisfactory results to the patient.

Surgical procedures

STARR surgery
It is the surgical procedure necessary in case of obstructed defecation syndrome. The process removes the prolapsed rectum and replaces it with a healthy one. STARR surgery requires general anesthesia. In this, two circular staplers are used to produce a circumferential trans-anal removal of the piece of the lower rectum. This two stapled resection removes the structural deformities related to ODS. The procedure is free of incisions and scars gives rapid relief from constipation. It requires less recovery time.

Prevention of Constipation

Simple changes in routine activities will help you to manage the mild type of constipation. Here are few points:

  • Stick to fibre-rich diet, i.e., eat fruits, vegetables, whole grains, etc.
  • Perform regular exercises to help the smooth discharge of stool through the colon.
  • Drink water in large quantities.
  • Do not neglect the urge of defecation.

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Constipation happens when waste material becomes so hard and dry that it moves through the intestines very slowly. You can cure constipation by using the following methods:

Drink plenty of water.

Consume a fiber-rich diet.

Engage in frequent physical activities.

Don’t ignore the urge to urinate.

Avoid sedentary behavior.

If you have trouble passing stools for more than a week, you should see a gastroenterologist.

If you experience any of the following symptoms, you should see a doctor:

Fewer than three bowel movements per week.

While passing stools, I started bleeding.

Cramps or stomach discomfort.

nauseousness or vomiting

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