Each individual sufferer of constipation may very well experience his or her own combination of constipation symptoms. For instance, there is no set number of daily bowel movements one should have, and mitigating factors can play a role in frequency of bowel movements. There are common constipation symptoms though, such as fewer or infrequent bowel movements, straining or passing hard stools, bloated stomach and discomfort, or loss of appetite. If you have at least three of the constipation symptoms in the information section, it is very likely that you have constipation.
If you have at least three of these symptoms it is very likely that you have constipation