Constipation is considered the most common digestive complaint . In most cases, constipation doesn’t lead to dangerous complications.
However, some high-risk groups may experience some complications due to constipation.
No urge to poop in 3 days can be normal or a sign of diseases such as constipation or stool impaction. The significance of this condition depends on the presence of other symptoms, your previous history of chronic constipation, and others.
A sense of too big stool that is hard to come is a sign of severe constipation or stool impaction. It is better to relax your sphincters and to take a proper laxative or enema to pass stool without hurting your anal canal.
Gallstones are not known to cause constipation. However, in a very rare condition, a large gallstone reaching the bowel may obstruct the bowel and cause acute constipation and symptoms of bowel obstruction.
Possible causes of constipation with pancreatitis include opioid analgesics, paralytic ileus, bowel obstruction, dehydration, hypercalcemia, and cystic fibrosis. Occasional constipation can also occur with chronic pancreatitis.
Impaction of the stool occurs when a hardened stool mass is retained inside the last part of the colon or in the rectum. The best laxative for proximally impacted stool is Polyethylene glycol (MiraLAX®)
You can use the Bristol Stool Form Scale is a Miralax poop chart. Miralax poop chart helps you to decide whether you need to take Miralax or not. Also, it can help you to check the response of your bowel to MiraLAX.