Home Health : The lesser-known which in your

Parkinson’s disease: The lesser-known symptom which lies in your bowel movements

Constipation is a common complication of .

Many people who have Parkinson’s disease notice difficulties with constipation before they notice motor symptoms such as tremor or stiffness.

Constipation may appear years before other symptoms of Parkinson’s, and often appears before a diagnosis is made.

Signs and symptoms of constipation include having fewer than three per week, passing hard, dry or lumpy stools, having to push or strain to have a bowel movement, painful bowel , feeling as though the rectum is blocked or a feeling as though the rectum is full, even after having a bowel movement.

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