Can’t poop? It’s not just you! According to the Mayo Clinic, constipation is defined as having fewer than three bowel motions per week and affects about 4 million Americans often. While occasional blockages are common, a variety of painful symptoms can result from constipation and chronic constipation. Pratima Dibba, MD, a board-certified gastroenterologist identifies some of the medications and supplements that can cause constipation. She also explains how to tell if your constipation is acute or chronic. Read the article here.