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... It tends to be the soluble fiber that absorbs water and bulks up the stool; Soluble fiber is the inner part of grains that absorb fluids --like corn, rice, oats, barley and wheat. Also, the inner parts of beans and peas. The root veggies like potatos including sweet potatos, carrots, beets, and turnips -- including chicory root that is called Inulin. But you are right, I had... (4 replies)
Loose Orange Stool
Nov 29, 2012
... Vegetables high in beta carotene like carrots,butternut squash, acorn squash,sweet potatoes,pumpkin,and yams. Maybe you're eating too much of these foods in a day,you might want to consider cutting out 1-2 servings. This could possibly be causing some of your abdominal pain issues. Keep track of what you eat and write down how it affects you like severe cramps abdominal... (2 replies)
... The stool was very thing, like always, and very gooey. I scheduled a GI appointment, but they can't get me in until three weeks from now. ... (1 replies)

... The stool was very thing, like always, and very gooey. I scheduled a GI appointment, but they can't get me in until three weeks from now. ... (1 replies)
Black in Stool
Sep 28, 2009
... I normally work 36 hours a week at my other job sitting behind a desk all day, I try to get up and on my breaks go for walks and eat a couple baby carrots instead of something unhealthy. ... (0 replies)
... Soluble fiber is the type that bulks the stool up by absorbing water and make it larger. Of course you have to drink 6 to 8 glasses of water daily. ... (6 replies)
... Hello Rick, Bright red specks that look like blood --- probably are. As you may know if it is bright means it is fresh and not had a chance to oxidize-- that will turn it darker. The rectum is about 8" long so I think the blood could only be coming from there or your anus. The most probable things are hemorrhoids a fissure. I certainly think all rectal blood should be... (2 replies)
Carrots
Nov 15, 2005
... I can't seem to digest carrots. I have had them the last few nights and I find them in my stool the next day. Is that something that is common or is it a problem? ... (0 replies)
... What does blood in the stool look like? ... (2 replies)
... Hi AB, You are right about the insoluble fiber -- include green leafy veggies. The soluble fiber is all grains that absorb fluid like rice, oatmeal, corn w/o husk(grits), cream of wheat, etc--- beans & peas like lima, red, pinto, blackeye peas, greeen peas, etc and most all root veggies like potatoes, carrots, turnips, beets. I like chelated minerals best that are made... (7 replies)
... which only alters the consistency and coloration. I drink plenty of water, eat brocolli, beans and carrots on a "regular" basis. Have noticed that eggs and apples tend to have a "rocketing" effect, of late... ... (2 replies)
Stool question
Sep 19, 2002
... cooked carrots, brown rice, and cooked spinach. My stool seems to be well formed and passes easily. ... (3 replies)
... Well, I've been back to work for two 10 hour days and everything is going SMOOOOTHLY! I have not had any other blood or blood loss. After reading older post I honestly believe it was the scabbing and old blood clots finally passing. That happened Saturday night, Sunday I had no BM and on both Monday and Tuesday I had very soft, easy BM's that had no pain or discomfort... (41 replies)
... Why do you think you have blood in your stool ? ... (3 replies)
Hard Stools
Dec 17, 2012
... ombination of hard stools,straining and forcing to pass the hard stools,not moving your bowels every day. When you have to strain and force that hard to push the stool out it causes a tiny tear inside your rectum. ... (1 replies)
Bowel problems!
Aug 7, 2012
... 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)
Colonic Inertia?
Jul 18, 2012
... You could possibly avoid surgery by getting at least 30 minutes a day of exercising,taking Citrucel or Metamucil 3 times a day,drink at least 64 oz. a day of water,eat pears.prunes,apricots,pumpkin or acorn or butternut squash,yams,carrots. All these foods are high in fiber. eat oatmeal at breakfast with ground flax seed,6 stewed apricots or prunes. I have battled with... (1 replies)
Don't understand
Jul 1, 2012
... the cereal eat 6 stewed prunes or apricots, for lunch have a salad and a piece of fruit like an apple or pears,dinner a green vegetable and orange vegetable like carrots or sweet potato,butternut squash,pumpkin and some fruit like strawberries,watermelon 3. ... (10 replies)
Bowel Issues
Feb 22, 2012
... C and menopause. Cooked carrots for some people can be constipating. But if you're having to strain every time you need to move your bowels then you're constipated. ... (1 replies)
Bowel Issues
Feb 21, 2012
... ll those years, I am truly blessed. It's been almost 2 yrs since Ive had night sweats, but the hot flashes come daily. The past 3 days, I consumed a lb of cooked carrots with meals. This morning I got up, after about 20 mins. ... (1 replies)


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