You could try using a laxative combined with a stool softener. That way, when the laxative takes effect, you should pass your stools without too much discomfort until your system is back to normal. If this is a regular occurrence, see your doctor for professional advice.
Nothing - although defecation should not be painful. It could be simple constipation - but you should see your medical professional if the condition is persistent.
Yes, fibre does help with preventing constipation and making healthier bowel movements. Fibre can be found in many fruits and vegetables. Some of the best foods to eat if you are experiencing constipation are prunes, figs, papaya, beans, cabbage, brussel sprouts, and whole grain breads and cereals. Fibre supplements are also available from supermarkets and health food stores. Soluble fibre will help soften the stool. Should constipation last for an extended period of time or become painful, you may require a laxative.
yes it is extremely painful
the feeling of dying is painful...very painful
Excruciating... "Out of the cross"... Crucifixion was so incredibly painful, they actually invented a new term for such suffering...
the word meansextremely painfulit is an adjectiveIt means extremely painful, causing intense suffering and mental anguish
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The correct spelling is "excruciating" (very painful).
You are probably think of excruciating, i.e. extremely painful.
The medical prefix for painful is 'dys-' so if the patient was suffering from something such as painful swallowing, it would be known as dysphagia.
Not unless you have constipation or fibroids. Talk to your doctor or midwife about it if it is painful for you.
Yes, they are one of the most painful experiences on the planet. It is so excruciating there is absolutely no shame if even a fully grown man where to cry while taking one.
A natural death due to advanced age, is not painful. If you are suffering from a lethal disease, painkillers, such as morphine, will help the passing to be less painful.
Yes, of course. That's point of torture is subject the victim to excruciating pain - usually in order to obtain a confession or information.