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Can Constipation Cause Fever ?

One of the most common questions can constipation cause fever? Let’s discover it throughout the article why and how.

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In the last few days people ask me, can constipation cause fever? Yes, according to an international survey, 2 out of 100 patients can get low-grade fever due to constipation. Constipation is the sensation of incomplete bowel evacuation. Although constipation is not so serious and everyone can go through it sooner or later and can easily come back to their normal body track. Usually, babies can get low-grade fever due to constipation. Constipation itself does not cause fever but other factors regarding constipation like chill, body pain etc can cause fever in babies and toddlers.

Usually, there are two types of constipation experienced by people. One is occasional constipation and the other is chronic constipation. Occasional constipation is very common and does not have any complicated symptoms while chronic constipation may lead to several complications and stomach or abdominal diseases.

 

Babies are more suffered from constipation than adults and the reason is that they only intake milk and dairy products which can easily cause constipation. However, in adults stress is more common among the causes of constipation because it causes low muscle contraction of the colon and delays our urge to pass.

 

In America (USA), around 42 Million people are suffering from constipation and it is the most common digestive disorder in all over the world. Usually, constipation can easily be cured by few medicines or even by using some home remedies. However, sometimes constipation may lead to some serious conditions. These conditions include nausea, headache, fever, chills, stomach discomforts and much more. If you are facing these symptoms you need to visit your doctor as soon as possible because it may be not just constipation. All the above symbols tend to lead towards some very serious stomach or abdominal disorders.

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