I recently met a 12-year-old boy in the clinic. His mother brought it. The main symptom was that in the past year or so, he had a lot of bowel movements, 3-4 times a day. The family was very anxious and felt very abnormal. I have seen it in other clinics, but I took the medicine for a week, but the effect was not obvious.
Indeed, it seems abnormal to have a bowel movement 3 or 4 times a day. After asking carefully, I found the details. The child likes to read books, and his mother is also very supportive. It is unambiguous to buy books for several hundred dollars at a time. As a result, every time the child goes to the bathroom, he never misses the opportunity to read. Staying in the toilet lasts 20 to 30 minutes. In fact, this habit is very bad. Under normal circumstances, most of us need 2-3 bowel movements to empty the stool. If after finishing a bowel movement, the rectal irritation is reduced after part of the stool is discharged, and then the attention is diverted, and the remaining part of the stool is not discharged. It may not take long, plus a certain amount of stimulation, to defecate. After a long period of time, the consciousness of defecation will be lost, which will cause constipation. By then, there will be no bowel movements for a few days, and the reading will also be unintentional.
I have told them the truth, and the child admitted that sometimes the bowel movement is not too strong, but it has become a habit. As long as you have eaten and want to relieve your bowels, you will squat with your book in the toilet. Sometimes I have relieved my stool in the morning and my classmates ask me to go out to play for a day. Recognizing the reason, the instruction given to him is to concentrate on defecation every morning after getting up or after breakfast, and make quick decisions. Never read books and play games in the toilet. At noon and night, if you want to solve it, but not strong, try to control it. This may gradually correct it.
The child's mother felt that she always had to prescribe some medicine when she came to see the doctor. I asked the child to do some calculations and asked him how much he spent on the medicine last time. He said more than sixty yuan. I happened to buy a few storybooks for my child yesterday, one for about 15 yuan. Ask him if he can stick to the method I said, save the medical expenses this time, let his mother buy him books. The child can buy four books as soon as he counts, and looks at his mother blankly. His mother readily agreed, and he went to buy a book immediately after seeing the illness. The child is happy, and I promise to have the confidence to change the bad habits according to my requirements. Then the mother and son left the consulting room easily.
In fact, it is more important to develop good habits than to get sick from bad habits and come to the hospital. Everyone may know that eating "more" peppers, drinking "more", barbecue eating "more", sitting "more" is prone to anal diseases such as hemorrhoids, why don't we care about ourselves, "less"? Good habits can not only exchange four books, but also a lifetime of health.