Locked Bowels?

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Locked bowels is a term used for constipation, a condition where someone has no or few bowel movements. Bowel movements can also be frequent but difficult to pass. There are many different things that can cause a person to get locked bowels. A person should have at least one bowel movement every three days. Going longer than three days without passing stool can be a serious issue and make it even harder to have a bowel movement. A doctor can be consulted to determine the reason for locked bowels and set a treatment plan in motion to relieve the condition.
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locked bowels
NOUN [CHIEFLY SOUTH MIDLAND AND SOUTHERN U.S.]
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Older Use. appendicitis
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