Constipation? -how do you deal with it?

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HeroOfHyrule
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24 Sep 2021, 1:26 pm

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Was looking quite yellow this morning. Managed to go this afternoon. Facial colour is back to normal.

You looked yellow? Are you possibly having issues with your liver or something related to it? The liver produces a lot of enzymes and stuff that help people digest food, and you can get constipated if it's not working properly.


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24 Sep 2021, 4:00 pm

HeroOfHyrule wrote:
firemonkey wrote:
Was looking quite yellow this morning. Managed to go this afternoon. Facial colour is back to normal.

You looked yellow? Are you possibly having issues with your liver or something related to it? The liver produces a lot of enzymes and stuff that help people digest food, and you can get constipated if it's not working properly.


I've had it several times before. The one that stands out most was on the day of a granddaughter's christening nearly 30 years ago. I think it might be Gilbert's syndrome.


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