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... I haven't felt any pain other than some mild discomfort in my bowels which went away this morning. I have not yet had a proper bowel movement however I have had a yellow watery discharge along with some minor bleeding. Is this something to be concerned about? ... (1 replies)
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... I'm 21 years old and I've been experiencing pretty bad bloating for the last couple of weeks and abdominal pain. I've had a bit of blood on the toilet paper after a bowel movement, but that's only happened once a couple days ago. ... (2 replies)

... I usually have 1 movement right when I wake up in the morning, especially if I snack later in the evening. And I always have a movement while or after I drink my morning coffee. So I have two BM's in the morning close together usually. ... (2 replies)
Jul 12, 2015
... I lost my cousin to bowel cancer two years ago and he was 28. I am now 27 and female. ... (1 replies)
... Does anyone know approximately how long it takes to have a normal bowel movement after a colonoscopy? ... (1 replies)
... I had a colonoscopy on May 15. Results showed diverticulosis, hemmorroids and nine biopsies were taken. One was precancerous so the next colonoscopy will be in 5 years. ... (1 replies)
... After my colonoscopy it was a good week before I went. My system was completely empty and it took all those days and alot of air stuck in my abdomen causing pain. ... (1 replies)
... I had 2 small sessile polyps removed yesterday during a routine "I am 50 now" colonoscopy and had my 1st bowel movement this AM. Firm, normal, but bloody. No abdominal pain or other discomfort. Is this normal and how long can I expect these bowel movements to be like this? ... (0 replies)
... My issues started 15 days after having my appendix removed. Prior to that, I had no issues at all. The issues started 15 days post surgery and have been going on for six months now. ... (0 replies)
... I might just have to do with what you're eating in your diet the day before. If you're eating a high fiber diet and drinking lots of water you will have more bowel movements per day. ... (3 replies)
... I'm 25 years old and have had irregular bowel movements for a little over a year. I used to go to the bathroom every few days but now i have to go every day or i feel awful. ... (6 replies)
... ally eventually fades after I go to the bathroom, but very slowly over the next few hours, so there are times when i don't really feel nauseous, but its not long after that that i then have to go the bathroom again anyway. ... (5 replies)
... I think the incomplete bowel movement is related to the muscle strength in the lower colon. ... (16 replies)
... For me, the key to keeping out of pain after surgery is figuring our proper 'stool maintenance'. I have figured out a few things that I'll share. ... (0 replies)
... grams of dietary fiber. If your stools are still hard and dry even after the increased water intake don't let yourself go more than 2 days without a bowel movement. ... (4 replies)
... The past few years I have been dealing with discomfort after a bowel movement as if I haven't fully gone. My stool is always hard and dry at the beginning and changes to soft and sticky. I have tried numerous supplements with no luck. ... (5 replies)
... Along with clots. For about the past month. The blood is darker red and there is lots of it and it often comes out at the end of the bowel movement. Anyone ever heard of this? ... (1 replies)
... how long after the reversal of a colonoscopy should you have a normal bowel movement (0 replies)
... He was probably pumped with air to open up the colon , could be a whole lot of gas! could be a air pocket , try charcoal tablets or mintec , ask your chemist .: (1 replies)

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