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7,651 Possible Causes for Constipation, Crying, wanjiku

  • Depression

    Thus, some TCAs can produce dry mouth, blurred vision, constipation, and dizziness upon standing.[] […] throat and I’d cry for a week.[] […] pains Weight loss or gain Decreased or increased appetite Psychomotor agitation or retardation Emotional Pain of Depression Prolonged sadness Unexplained, uncontrollable crying[]

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  • Constipation

    The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) break constipation in adults into two categories - chronic constipation of unknown cause and constipation due to[] They may also be fussy and cry when having a bowel movement.[] Crying while straining may be a sign of constipation. When a child is constipated, the stool in the intestines has backed up more than it should.[]

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  • Endogenous Depression

    In the zimeldine group, increased sweating and headache were more pronounced, while the amitriptyline patients more often reported dry mouth and constipation.[] It also includes apathy and almost constant crying. The third category is an impact on a person's feelings.[] They increasingly sleep later, have difficulty waking up, cry for unknown reasons, and complain of physical ailments like headaches.[]

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  • Umbilical Hernia

    During the period of observation, care needs to be taken to see that the common causes for straining like coughing, constipation, straining to pass urine are kept at a minimum[] Sometimes it is hard to tell if the hernia is causing the child to cry or if the child’s crying is causing the hernia to pop out.[] Fiber may prevent constipation and straining during a bowel movement. This can prevent your hernia from getting bigger.[]

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  • Toddler's Diarrhea

    I discuss infant and toddler constipation in these two videos: Why Is My Infant Constipated? and Why Is My Toddler Suddenly Constipated?[] […] your child complains of extreme abdominal pain, develops a fever of more than 102 degrees F or displays the following symptoms of dehydration: moodiness, no tears while crying[] , sunken eyes, or dry mouth Fussiness or crying that cannot be soothed Unusual drowsiness New rash More than 8 diarrhea stools within 8 hours Diarrhea lasts more than 1 week[]

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  • Indirect Inguinal Hernia

    They can become symptomatic and the common features of this are as follows: Pain – particularly when coughing or stooping Change in bowel habit Constipation Burning sensation[] An indirect hernia in an infant may be most noticeable when the baby is crying.[] Other risk factors include aging, frequent coughing such as from smoking, straining from constipation or heavy lifting, and family history.[]

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  • Stroke

    Loss of bowel control or constipation also may occur after a stroke.[] Aliya Naheed, Kovin S Naidoo, Vinay Nangia, Jamal T Nasher, Gopalakrishnan Natarajan, Dumessa Edessa Negasa, Ionut Negoi, Ruxandra Irina Negoi, Charles R Newton, Josephine Wanjiku[] Psychological impact The two most common psychological conditions found in people after a stroke are: depression: many people experience intense bouts of crying and feel hopeless[]

  • Direct Inguinal Hernia

    Prostate enlargement, chronic constipation and chronic pulmonary disorders are among the most frequently observed primary diseases that contribute to hernia formation.[] An indirect hernia in an infant may be most noticeable when the baby is crying.[] COPD, bladder outflow obstruction, chronic constipation etc.[]

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  • Hernia

    Chronic constipation. Constipation causes straining during bowel movements. Pregnancy.[] Sometimes the hernia may be visible only when an infant is crying, coughing or straining during a bowel movement.[] The hernia (bulge) may not be obvious in infants and children, except when the child is crying or coughing. What is the treatment for hernias?[]

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  • Infantile Colic

    Infantile colic, gastroesophageal reflux, and constipation are the most common FGIDs that lead to referral to a pediatrician during the first 6 months of life and are often[] Infantile colic and prolonged crying were defined as excessive crying as reported by the mothers 2 and 6 months after delivery, and at the same time the mothers completed[] Main Outcomes and Measures Reduction of daily crying time, regurgitation, and constipation during the first 3 months of life.[]

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