Bowel movement problems are caused by a person's diet, bacterial infections, stress, certain medications and some cancers, states WebMD. People may have infrequent or difficult passing of bowel movements or experience co... More »

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Dry bowel movements, also known as constipation, can be caused by the colon absorbing too much water or by the inadequacy of dietary fiber, according to Prevention Magazine. It is a condition in which a person experience... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, excessive bowel movements have many causes, including celiac disease, Crohn's disease, hyperthyroidism, irritable bowel syndrome, side effects of drugs and ulcerative colitis. What constitut... More »

There can be various causes for pale stools in children, including diet, medications, biliary problems and hepatitis. Normal stool colors are typically different shades of brown. Pale stool colors that range from white t... More »

Causes of stomach growling other than hunger include movement of air or food in the intestines, a blood clot, a blockage of the bowel, hernia and reduction in blood potassium, according to Healthline. Stomach growling oc... More »

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Some throat problems include tonsillitis, cancers and pharyngitis. The throat's main function is to carry food to the esophagus and allow air to pass into the lungs. Throat problems are quite common with most people expe... More »

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Hard stools are often treated with lifestyle changes that relieve constipation and encourage frequent bowel movements, such as adding fiber to the diet, increasing fluid intake to at least eight glasses of water each day... More »