from straining when you have a bowelmovement. The way you describe it, would suggest visiting a doctor immediately, have a rectal check-up and probably colonoscopy. Watch your diet, so that your stool is soft and regular...
Much to the chagrin and embarrassment of CF patients everywhere, bowelmovements are an important part of our lives. In many ways our bowelmovements serve as a benchmark that lets us know how things...
Staying Regular with Regularityby
Brett - Sheer Balance
. This can eventually lead to constipation. In order to soften stool and maintain regularbowelmovements, drink plenty... .
Do you suffer from constipation? What do you do to avoid it and maintain regularbowelmovements?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperventilation Sorry but that's my thought, too. A vasovagal reaction can lead to loss of blood pressure (thus fainting, which luckily you didn't do) which could then lead to hyperventilation a
You'll likely have a more moving experience by eating greater amounts of deep, green, leafy vegetables, taking a bit of vitamin C, and adding a dash of psyllium seed husks to your glass of water before bedtime.
Read Dr. Myra Milani's response. Also, determine if your dog is ill. If so, see a vet.
If you determine the problem is not serious, add canned unsweetened pumpkin or baked yam to your dog's diet in moderate amounts for a fe