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I'm new to this site, so this question may have been addressed already. First,  hello to everyone.

Also I am wondering if anyone else has pelvic floor muscle dysfunction as the reason for chronic constipation?  I've been examined by many gastroenterologist's and most of them have advised me to have a bowel movement every day.  I DO have less abdominal pain when I do, but it's definitely not a cure. Still have to take Dicyclomine 20 mg at least 4x/day, which is contraindicated when one is suffering from constipation. It is a never ending vicious cycle and is this going to be how it is for the rest of my life? That's the most depressing thing about this condition. Thanks for your input. 



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  • Jeffrey Roberts changed the title to Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction
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I paid $1500 for three PT sessions to teach my muscles what to do (relax) and I mastered it (anal sphincter relaxation) on the meter that I rented, but because my C also has other factors, it was not the silver bullet I had hoped it might be.

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