A bidet is a fixture that washes your bottom after you use the toilet. But is it safe and healthy to use? A gastroenterologist explains.
Wondering why you poop when you’re nervous? A gastroenterologist explains why it makes more sense than you might think.
Laxatives help you poop. Stool softeners are a type of laxative that increase the amount of water in your stool and make it easier to pass. Which is right for you?
After giving birth, you can experience many physical and emotional changes. Learn what you can expect from, and how to deal with, pooping in the postpartum time.
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