Suffering from severe constipation can put a serious damper on a person’s day-to-day life. At Houston Colon, we don’t want you to have to go through life dealing with intestinal orders without help from seasoned professionals. Our team of surgeons are all double board-certified and specialize in the diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment options for severe constipation. Though this condition is not always an indication that there is an underlying disease or issue, we will examine any root problems associated with your consistent constipation, so all bases are covered. Sometimes we find that severe constipation is merely a symptom conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), some sort of gastrointestinal disease, or fecal impaction. Don’t let severe constipation dictate your life, get the help you deserve today by contacting our compassionate team.
When Constipation is Considered an Emergency?
Though many people experience constipation as a short-term problem that can be resolved with self-care and time, sometimes constipation may require emergency medical attention. Severe constipation takes the more typical symptoms of constipation and adds symptoms you won’t likely be able to ignore. You may have experienced constipation in the past, but severe constipation is much more intense and can cause an array of colorectal issues when left untreated. If you’re experiencing prolonged constipation accompanied by any of the following symptoms, reach out to our team for the urgent care you need:
- Severe and constant abdominal pain
- Blood in stool or coming from rectum
- Unexplained vomiting
- Heavy bloating
The Relief You’ve Been Waiting For
At Houston Colon, we have the knowledge and technology to get to the bottom of your severe constipation issues. We will assess your condition and use our expertise to determine a cause to your discomfort and an individualized treatment plan to address it. Our minimally invasive treatment options make us more than capable of catering to your severe constipation or other underlying colorectal disorders. Contact us today to learn more about our robotic and laparoscopic surgical solutions.