Have you ever heard about having old feces in the intestine? Have you ever been constipated? Is this a recurring issue in your life?
Staying two or more days without going to the toilet can be a nuisance, right?
According to the experts, going to the bathroom 2 to 3 times a day or even twice a week are both completely normal situations.
Someone who goes to the toilet more than once a day and someone who only goes twice a week can be both considered healthy and not constipated.
However, when constipation comes accompanied by abdominal pain, bloating, and gas it might be diverticulitis. Have you ever heard about it?
Bbesides a diet poor in fiber, a sedentary lifestyle, obesity, smoking, and being over 40 years old are other risk factors for causing this issue.
Some of the symptoms of diverticulitis are abdominal pain, sensitivity, especially in the lower left part of the abdomen, bloating or gas, fever and shivers, nausea, vomiting, lack of appetite, and insufficient eating.
Watch the video to learn how to prevent diverticulitis and clean your intestines.
In serious cases, when diverticulitis evolves to issues like peritonitis and infections, you might need antibiotics and, sometimes, surgery.
If you tried all the changes we mentioned above and still don’t see any improvements in your case, go to the doctor so they can diagnose the cause of your issue.
0:00 How Long Can You Go Without Pooping
0:43 What is Diverticulitis?
0:56 How are the Diverticula Formed?
1:21 Diverticulitis Causes and Risk Factors
1:31 Diverticulitis Symptoms
1:58 How To Prevent Diverticulitis
2:11 How to Clean Old Feces in your Intestine
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