... ng enough water, exercise, and having daily routine for moving our bowels. I can tell you from personal experience of years of having chronic constipation it was my own fault. Once I started eating healthier and drinking water, taking time each day to sit on the toilet to move my bowels, I no longer get constipated. ... (3 replies)
... years to be diagnosed. The cancer surgeon was able to save my life... ... (35 replies)
... ting more fruits and veggies and drinking a lot more water. During this I lost 35lb in 3 months. However the change in eating habits did something undesirable to my bowels. ... (0 replies)
... Have you noticed yet if the pain is associated to any particular food?
Have you talked to your parents about it? (3 replies)
... For the past few months my bowels have been hurting. It comes and goes every few weeks. I also have a lump on my right hip near to were it hurts. I'm only thirteen and i don't think its cancer. I don't get diarrhea or tummy pains at all. ... (3 replies)
... Your bowels are no where near your hip dear. Are you sure you are talking about the gas making factory? ... (3 replies)
... up when I am worried but they also do that when i don't feel worried. I really am making myself sick what could be wrong with me, oh yeah if i get really nervous my bowels will run. ... (2 replies)
... do it that way and had to do it as an open surgery. So now it has been 4.5 weeks. I'm scheduled to return to work September 9th. This gives me great anxiety. My situation mirrors yours, almost exactly. Right down to not being informed on what to expect with my recovery. ... (5 replies)
... I've been a long time reader of these forums, ever since I started having my lil problem. ... (5 replies)
... I'm 46 years old. I had a hysterectomy October 13, 2009. Since then my bowels haven't been the same. I've been constipated. My doctor told me to take stool softeners. It helped but when I stop the pills, I'm constipated again. I really don't get a lot of fiber in my diet. ... (2 replies)
... I have seen a specialist and wasn't any help. No. I don't have an allergy to any food.
I've tried and done everything that has been suggested and recommended. I drink lots of water and other fluids. (22 replies)
... have you been to a gastroenterologist yet? maybe you have an allergy to a food you are eating?
i would cut out diary products and stay away from doughy/bready foods until you can get to a specialist. both types of foods can be really binding.
also, i've read things like chocolate and soda pop and teas with caffeine can be binding too
and it can't hurt to eat a lot of... (22 replies)
... Talk to mom and dad...let them take you to the dr. (3 replies)
... and the day after I take the meds I do not have a bowel. My stomach does not hurt or anything, but I usually have one or two per day. ... (0 replies)
... When my bowels hurt, I most often get a facial rash, too. ... (0 replies)
... Well... my bowels have been a mess for a few years now... ... (1 replies)
... so i sat there lightly bearing down for a few minutes feeling like i was about to split... Finally a nugget of solid poo came out followed by about 6 others. It hurt but i breathed and thought, ok, its painful but not as i read. Mind you, i did feel like vomiting and thought i was going to black out a couple of times. ... (38 replies)
... I have had constipation problems all of my life and now have had irritable bowel syndrome. ... (3 replies)
... times a day. One of things I have had to do in addition to fiber and water intake to keep my bowels moving on a regular basis is have set time schedule on the toilet every day to move my bowels. ... (2 replies)
... I have had constipation problems all of my life and also have IBS. Try drinking an extra 8 oz. glass of water before each dose of Citrucel as well as one after each dose. ... (5 replies)