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... That is the description of my stools in the past and I did suffer from chronic ulcerative colitis, but then mine would finally turn to runny poo, blood and mucuos (3 replies)
... and ribbon like stools. ... (3 replies)
... D and was told that the flats stools are related to that! I have a very small amount of blood during my afternoon bm, with mucus, I should say the blood is in the mucus... ... (3 replies)

... I think the thin stool is because you don't intake enough water soluble fiber. It absorbs water and bulks up your stool and also makes you more regular. ... (2 replies)
... If you are taking in too much fiber with not enough water, you will become constipated and with thin ribbon like stools it sounds like there is some type of blockage.. and it could be the fiber. ... (5 replies)
... is that black water in the toilet and black bits in stool part of ibs too? ive been reading alot and i highly doubt, but then again cancer feature is stated consistent black stools, which i dont have, where is that black water from then? (14 replies)
... Like thin stools are typical of this. ... (14 replies)
... and I just had an easier bowel movement. No blood. But as I said before my stool is still in thinner pieces, not as thin as yesterday though. Does stool softeners cause that sometimes? ... (11 replies)
Could it be IBS?
Sep 15, 2011
... the last little bits I squeeze out usually have flattened sides. Almost like a triangle shape but the bottom is round, sometimes flat on top and bottom, but not thin like ribbon stools. My initial stool that I pass is normal looking. ... (0 replies)
... like stools for about 6 weeks often dark almost black in color. I have been very tired and washed out. ... (2 replies)
... For the past few months I have had flat thin ribbon like stools and am starting to get worried after reading that could be a sign of something bad like "C" and im having some bad anxiety over it. ... (1 replies)
... by mean flat? cause as i recall... ibs stools are recognized as small pellets or one long "string" stool (8 replies)
... As my GAstro put it, the colon is a big muscle. When you have spasms it is contracting and the contractions cause thin stools (8 replies)
... my chest when going to Bathroom...Sometime this resulted in a streak or two of blood on the stool...and mcuh tearing pain down below.... I attributed the darker stools to upper GI bleed associated with Esophogeal Cancer... Along with the fact that I could see blood in my sputum often.. ... (2 replies)
... I am hoping you guys can settle something. I have an argument going with someone that if someone had thin stools because of Colon Cancer and began taking Metamucil, the metamucil would not change the size of the stool because an obstruction would be causing the thin stools. ... (2 replies)
... never ribbon like stools. ... (7 replies)
... Blood in the stools ? ... (3 replies)
... I don't think you have anything to worry about because you don't have blood in your stool,the change in bowel habits is usually consistent over a two week period,your stools aren't pencil thin or ribbon-like in shape,no sudden weight loss or gain(from being severely constipated) no change in appetite. Sometimes our bowel movements change just because of what we have eaten and... (1 replies)
... hi all, this is embarrasing but the forum seems welcoming so i'll jump right in. For about 2 years now i've had many issues with my bowels that have made life very uncomfortable. 1. i am always constipated and unable to produce bms 2. sometimes a mucusy brownish, fatty looking goo comes out 3. my stool is often thin and flaky and ribbon-like in structure 4. i have a... (2 replies)
... a normal stool to me is round and similar to the type 4 on the scale. Does ribbon mean "flat and wide" as is a wide wrapping ribbon or a thin, string type ribbon? ... (0 replies)

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