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Useful tips and resources for constipation

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Try these useful resources to find out more information about constipation.

  • National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
    digestive.niddk.nih.gov
    This site provides a good overview of constipation and how to deal with it.
     
  • HealthLink BC Files on managing constipation in adults
    www.healthlinkbc.ca
    Developed by the British Columbia Ministry of Health Services, the BC HealthFiles are a series of fact sheets on a variety of public and environmental health and safety issues.
     
  • Caring for Kids with constipation
    www.caringforkids.cps.ca
    This website for parents was developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society.
      
  • Canadian Society of Intestinal Research
    www.badgut.com
    The Canadian Society of Intestinal Research provides self-help support groups for people who suffer from an intestinal disease or disorder. Here you can find a support group dealing with constipation, provide and exchange information, offer or receive support, and share experiences and ways of dealing with constipation. To find out about a Support Group in your community, call 1-866-600-4875.
    E-Mail Address: info@badgut.com
     
  • Canadian Digestive Health Foundation
    www.cdhf.ca
    Telephone Number: 905-847-2002
    E-Mail Address: director@CDHF.ca
     
  • The Canadian Continence Foundation - National Office
    www.canadiancontinence.ca
    Toll Free Number: 1-800-265-9575
    E-Mail Address: help@canadiancontinence.ca
     
  • United Ostomy Association of Canada Inc. - National Office
    www.ostomycanada.ca
    Toll Free Number: 1-888-969-9698
    E-Mail Address: info1@ostomycanada.ca

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