Chronic constipation refers to infrequent bowel movements or difficulties in evacuating stools that last several weeks or more. Constipation is usually characterized by several bowel movements, rough and small, less than three per week. Although occasional constipation is very common. Some people develop chronic constipation that can interfere with their ability to perform daily tasks.
Generally, the doctor uses a treatment of chronic constipation through laxatives. Moreover, this does not prevent that in some cases, surgery is required.
- People suffering from real intestinal and/or ano-rectal motor dysfunction
- Individuals affected by diverticulosis, chronic inflammatory bowel disease
- People with colorectal cancer
- Patients whose attempts at conservative correction have not led to the desired results
- The procedure lasts about 30 minutes
- A two-day hospital stay
- Normal activity resumes in one week
- 95% to 98 %.