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Pelvic Floor Dyssynergia

Incoordination in the muscles of the pelvic floor leads to a clinical condition known as pelvic floor dyssynergia. The symptoms of pelvic floor dyssynergia are constipation due to impaired bowel movements, difficulty in peeing, pain in the pelvic floor, pain in the lower back, etc. Treatment of the condition involves medication, therapies, acupuncture, etc.

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Why has my constipation problem worsened during pregnancy?

Query: Hello doctor, I am 20 years old, and currently, I am pregnant. I have had constipation issues since birth, but with pregnancy, it has got worsen. In the beginning, I go every few days, but it will be super uncomfortable if it was more than three days. I have a super bloated, sick feeling. So I woul...  Read Full »

Dr. Ajeet Kumar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Since you have constipation since birth, there is a possibility of Hirschsprung disease. Second, you might have functional constipation or pelvic dyssynergia. The latter is most likely. The pelvic dyssynergia is basically an incardinated mechanism of passing stool. T...  Read Full »

Why does constipation recur on stopping Miralax?

Query: Hi doctor, I had constipation for a few months after a pilonidal cyst last year, possibly due to the strong medications. It persisted from mild to severe throughout the year. I visited a gastroenterologist a month ago, and he recommended taking Miralax every day for a month. It seemed to have helpe...  Read Full »

Dr. Ajeet Kumar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Well, yes, you are right. Some degree of constipation usually follows after surgery because of pain medications, particularly opioid analgesics. But usually, that effect does not last more than a week. That maybe there are other components to your symptom of constipa...  Read Full »

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