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... Right afterwards I noticed my stools getting pale, and rarely any bowel movement. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, I have been having loose acidic stools with mucus. I usually don't have this all of the time. Sometimes I have what appear to be normal stools. ... (3 replies)
... post op. Also, C diff generally presents with very painful, watery, acidic stools that make you feel really bad. However, if he was on antibiotics, it wouldn't hurt to check. ... (12 replies)

... If you're lactose intolerant, you will have horrible acidic stools and will have horrible diarrhea ALL of the time. Plus you'll have pain and sometimes vomiting. ... (30 replies)
... you don't end up constipating yourself, Tea can be hard on the digestive system for some people. Try decaffenated tea or herbal teas. Try to stay away from very acidic foods as they can cause excess gas and burning sensation in your intestine and as the stool exits your anus. ... (1 replies)
... I too suffer from mucusy stools, having to push out poop every time I pee, and powdery acidic like liquid. I was just diagnosed with IBS. ... (1 replies)
... The large,thick,and hard stools are definately from being very constipated as well as lumpy and hard smalls balls. ... (1 replies)
Bowel problems!
Aug 7, 2012
... move my bowels a lot easier is to do slow deep breathing exercises. I not only relaxes my mind but it relaxes the sphincter muscles in the rectum and anus so the stools passes through much easier and so much less painful then having push and force the stool out. ... (1 replies)
... I have been healed now for several weeks and have reintroduced chicken, fish and turkey to my diet. But still no caffeine, alcohol, or acidic foods. ... (5 replies)
... grams a day,64 oz. or more a day of water. Lots of green leafy vegetables,squashes,nuts,beans. When your stools burns when moving your bowels that usually means your diet has a lot of acidic and gassy foods in it. ... (3 replies)
... tool. Try using a glycerin suppository to soften whatever hard stool that maybe stuck in your rectum or higher up in the colon. The burning may be caused by some acidic food that you may have eaten over the last couple of days. ... (3 replies)
IBS treatments
Jul 23, 2011
... I have had IBS-A since 1996. I alternate between constipation and explosive diarrhea. What I found that helps me the most is changing my diet to high in fiber,drinking lots of water, eating yogurt everyday, taking acidophillus at least once a day and up to 3 times a day when I am on antibiotics. Because I tend to get constipated if I don't have a bowel movement at least every... (8 replies)
... It sounds like the high fat content of the fast foods causes the mushy stools.It actually probably is causing constipation which is only allowing the mushy stool to go around the large hard dry stool that is trapped higher up in your colon. Don't be straining and forcing stool out. Drink 64 oz. a day of water and slowly add fiber to your diet. stay away from the fast food.... (5 replies)
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... re up with IBS symptoms of bloating,gas,and severe abdominal cramping before and after bowel movements. Foods that are high in fat content,gassy foods, spicy,and acidic foods all can cause a flare up of IBS symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... s that take place during our periods. If you are more sensitive to certain foods that can cause diarrhea during your period avoid them. Also,very spicy, gassy or acidic foods can also cause diarrhea. ... (2 replies)
... the clay helps put bulk into the stools which makes them soft and not runny. ... (7 replies)
... I have GERD, so i will tell you that i have a very acidic stomach and have taken Maalox with simethicone a lot. ... (0 replies)
... My stools are often sticky and difficult to pass. It sometimes feels like I am pooping around a corner. I read someone else mentioning toilet acrobatics. ... (3 replies)
... Not all of your symptoms seem intertwined to me. The stools very well are related to IBS which flares depending on stress, eating, hormones, etc. ... (5 replies)


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