Hirschsprung’s Disease (HD) is referred to as a condition, which impacts the large intestine, resulting in irregular bowel movements and constipation. This condition can be caused by factors such as a family history of this condition, history of suffering from other conditions such as Down syndrome and heart disease, or when the nerve cells in the colon have not developed properly. A person affected by this condition should get surgery. Moreover, maintaining a healthy diet that comprises of fresh vegetables is important after surgery.
HOW IS HIRSCHSPRUNG'S DISEASE DIAGNOSED?
FACT: The signs and symptoms of this disease are loss of appetite and a swollen belly.