Constipation in the Elderly
Infrequent bowel movements or difficulty passing stool persisting for several weeks.
Caring for a Senior with Chronic Constipation
It is normal to be constipated from time to time, but when this condition lasts for a prolonged period or worsens significantly, it can be extremely uncomfortable and even require medical attention.2 Comments
The Bedtime Combo that Keeps Me "Regular"
I hate being constipated, and I suspect you feel that way, too. Here's my secret recipe that spells R-E-L-I-E-F.5 Comments
Constipation: What Causes It and How Is It Treated?
Constipation is defined as having a bowel movement fewer than three times per week. Why do elderly people get constipated and what can be done to alleviate it?0 Comments
Caring for a Loved One with Fecal Incontinence
Millions of adults have bowel control problems, but most are reluctant to talk about this condition and seek help. Get the information you need to start the discussion, explore treatment options and help your loved one improve their quality of life.8 Comments
Verbal abuse by patient. How on earth am I supposed to be a caregiver, sick myself, and be abused on top of it?12 Comments
How hard is it to get approved for Medicaid in Texas?3 Comments
What are natural protocols to create daily bowel movements in paralized elders without requiring bulking up stool or rushing transit time?4 Comments
I am the primary caregiver for my 86-year-old mother. I'm at the point that I need overnight care. Where do I start?3 Comments