13. Constipation can sometimes take a long time to get better. The doctors and nurses looking after you may call you to see how you feel. You and your family can also ask them questions about your treatment. It helps to find out information why it has happened and how you can feel better. There is information on the web and in leaflets. Your doctor or nurse can tell you where to find it

Respondent No.Responses
2That's good because they see that it's not impossible to solve the problem.
Notes from discussion groupYes, clear.
Computer games would be good so you learn about constipation and how to make it better while playing a game.

From: Appendix F, Involving children in guideline development

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Constipation in Children and Young People: Diagnosis and Management of Idiopathic Childhood Constipation in Primary and Secondary Care.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 99.
National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK).
London: RCOG Press; 2010.
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