Symptoms of Constipation
If a person’s general defecating habits alter from its natural path in the sense that he cannot pass stool for a long time, it becomes a primary symptom. It could develop into difficulty in bowel movements, pain in the abdomen and even rectal bleeding. Sometimes, in severe cases, it could lead to cramping of the abdominal region, nausea and vomiting. If it continues for a longer time, it could result in involuntary loss of weight.