Constipation in children may continue into adulthood

06/9/2010 | Yahoo!

Dutch research found 25% of children with chronic constipation continued to have symptoms as young adults 11 years later. The study in Pediatrics showed factors such as constipation that started later in childhood and longer gaps between first symptoms and treatment referral raised the chances of persistent constipation.

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