Starting the conversation

Talking to your doctor about constipation can be difficult or even embarrassing, but it’s an important first step to managing your Chronic Idiopathic Constipation (CIC). Asking the right questions at the right time can help you and your doctor get closer to finding a treatment plan that works for you. To help start the conversation with your doctor, take a moment to answer a couple of quick questions to identify your goals for CIC treatment.

Question 1Have you been diagnosed with CIC by a healthcare professional?

Question How long have you been dealing with constipation
CIC
?

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Question Which of the following symptoms have you experienced? (Select all that apply.)

Question Which picture best describes your stool if you don’t take anything for constipation
CIC
?

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Question What treatments have you tried in the past that you no longer use? (Select all that apply.)

Question Why did you stop? (Select all that apply.)

Question What are you doing currently to help with your constipation
CIC
? (Select all that apply.)

Question Which picture best describes your stool while taking your current treatment?

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Question How satisfied are you with your current constipation
CIC
treatment?

Question Why are you not satisfied with your current constipation
CIC
treatment?

Question What are you looking to get out of your constipation
CIC
treatment? (Select all that apply.)

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