Get an ECG and use xylocaine viscous gel syrup...Consult nearest physician for further help...add fibres to your diet Foods that are fiber-rich include beans, fruits, whole grains, beans
and vegetables. Increase Liquids
An inadequate amount of liquid in your diet can cause your stool to
become dry and impacted. Drink plenty of water, fruit juice, herbal tea and soup broth. Avoid certain beverages that contain alcohol or caffeine because these substances can dehydrate your body, leaving it
depleted of water and salts...Consult surgeon for further help.
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