Don't be disappointed keep continue with your exercise schedule and also don't force your body to work hard which may harm you so design your workout plan and stick on it, you will get result very soon and all its depend on body structure so everyone's body takes own time to show result so be patients and continue whatever you are doing... View Thread
From your question it looks like you have problem with digestion or may be any colon problem and so result is getting difficuilty in passing stool.
Best natural way to resolve this problem is drink lots of fresh water and food contains fibre which will increase your colon health but this is continuous process and you'll get result definitely.
But for now in urgent you need medical help because 5 days without passing stool is very dangerous for health so it requires fast supplement to release it. I can recommended you Colopril for that it gives you instant relief and also you can continue with this product for better health View Thread
yes i heard about Lipozene but not actual sure about it really works on weight loss because everybody has there own body response and don't think so Lipozene work effectively work so if you want to try it all is is on your own
so i recommend you to go for natural product and healthy diet planView Thread
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