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Eating Your Way Through Constipation

Steve Gregg

Being constipated is a very uncomfortable situation, leaving many people stressed and impatient. For some, constipation further aggravates bladder control issues and for others, the problem is merely uncomfortable. Regardless of how your bladder is affected, the impatience and stress caused by constipation only makes the whole situation worse.

Thankfully, constipation is usually a situation fixed by better eating habits and/or a change in medication. Talk to your doctor about your constipation and consider bringing in a bowel diary of how often you pass a bowel movement.

If medication is the sole catalyst, your doctor should be able to advise a healthy alternative. And if eating a more fibrous diet is in the books for you, consider trying these ten constipation-fighting foods.

      Popcorn
      Nuts
      Beans and Legumes
      Grapes
      Broccoli
      Flax Seeds
      Pineapple Juice
      Bran
      Figs
      Prunes

What foods or drinks do you use to combat constipation?